Moloko is a lewd jigsaw game with an assortment of generic babes.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
One or two hours.
No, not necessary.
Reassemble an image from assorted pieces. You may choose between “Easy”, “Hard”, or “Epic” mode; each difficulty setting dramatically increases the number of pieces you’ll have to put together. There is no save system, which is a big no-no for any puzzle game that offers “epic” levels of difficulty.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen looks pretty good — save for the empty spot in the main-menu. That’s the kind of thing that drives some people crazy. From “Settings”, you may adjust audio, display and language preferences. The “Settings” option is three choices down; I feel the need to point this out because the games initially starts in (what I think is) Russian. You can review CGs from the “Gallery”, but none of them can be fullscreened. Beyond the titlescreen, the user-interface is super-boring.
The Goods (2/5★)
There are ten static CGs to see, nine with a nude variation. the whole gallery is unlocked from the get-go (which means you won’t have to waste anytime before fappy-fappin’!) The artwork is okay. It’s stylistically distinct, but it strikes me as low-budget. There is no sexual content, and the nudity isn’t exactly “spicy”. Hilariously, many of images are stretched. Did anybody see the “gallery” before this game was sold on Steam?
What an awful game. I really have a knack for picking crap; even if the developers addressed all of the problems I had with this game, it’d be a mediocre puzzle game at best. The puzzle pieces often “stick”, and it’s difficulty to get them to “snap” together. There is no save functionality, and the images are warped (and even if they weren’t, they aren’t that impressive to begin with). Three dollars isn’t much, but it’s on the high-end for cheap jigsaw puzzle games. . . and Moloko isn’t high-end. It’s bottom of the barrel. They developers couldn’t be bothered to correctly scale the images. Such fail — don’t buy.