Magical Girl is a lewd swippy-swappy puzzle game about a lusty magic lady.
(FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
I was given a free copy of this game from the developer(s). They said, “Keep doing your honest reviews, I love them!” Thanks!
There are two modes to choose from, “Story Mode” and “Free Mode”. In Story Mode, you are able to unlock each puzzle in chronological order with preset difficulty. “Free Mode” is unlocked after completing Story Mode, and it allows you to revisit any puzzle with your choice of difficulty or time limit. The number of pieces per puzzle can range from twenty-five to sixty-four; to my knowledge, there is no “auto-solve” or “skip” button. Between puzzles is a drawing minigame, where you must navigate a puzzle through a winding path within forty-seconds.
The whole game revolves around a single magic lady, and uh. . . well, I guess she’s super horny, and she needs a lil’ somethin’ somethin’ to keep her magic a comin’.
I dig the titlescreen — It’s nicely formatted, and the animated waifu is a welcome sight. From “Options”, you may adjust audio, display and language preferences. You can review CGs from the Gallery, though the whole interface can’t be hidden when doing so. Overall, the user-interface and visual effects are a delight! I appreciate the effect that plays when placing a puzzle piece in the correct location, as many pieces are no more than subtlety different patches of bare skin. However, the effects are a bit much in the drawing minigame, as they can make it difficult to understand where your cursor is at all times.
There are eight animated CGs to unlock. Generally speaking, the animations are good; however, the one in which the protagonist spreads her legs moved like jelly. Of the eight CGs, five feature nudity, and two feature sexual content. The final CG showcases a very yummy money shot. The artwork is very good, and the protagonist is a very likeable, busty woman with a hairy patch down there.
This downloadable content adds eight static CGs to your install directory. They are the same as the in-game, animated versions, but accessible as 1920×1080 JPG files for personal use.
I definitely recommend this game! The artwork is good, and the though the gameplay is nothing special Magical Girl is an above-average swippy-swappy puzzle game. This title is significantly more polished than the shovelware games you typically find on the Steam Store. For a few dollars, I don’t think you can go wrong with Magical Girl — if you catch this game on sale, you’re in for a bargain!