Morph Space is a lewd puzzle platformer with a marble minigame.
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Collect facial expressions to unlock platforms and become a marble to unlock suggestive statues. . . no, I didn’t make any of that up. You’ll have to navigate a maze to collect the necessary expressions to progress; alternatively, you may engage a marble game to collect “points” and purchase rotating copies of the player character. Unfortunately, the marble game is rather buggy — I had to restart the game three times just to collect the points I needed to unlock a single item.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen is actually the game — when you click “Start”, you will immediately assume control of the character. Cool! From “Option”, you may adjust graphical preferences. . . but not audio. . . shouldn’t that come standard in all games?
The Goods (1/5★)
I don’t think there’s really nudity in this game. Then again, I couldn’t be bothered to unlock all content. The the store page would lead you to believe there is nudity (and it was censored to pass Steam moderation), but in-game nudity is censored by semi-translucent clothing. All of the “nudity” is just the player character in a different pose, and it’s rather uncanny.
To be fair, the store page did list “nudity” as a form of in-game “mature content”!
Wow, such awful. I figured I was in for a bad game, but this game isn’t just bad. . . it’s thievery. At least memeware usually has some redeeming quality. . . but not Morph Space. The gameplay is slow and tedious, the “puzzles” are strictly memorization. You shouldn’t be encouraged to reboot an application because the developers can’t code. That’s right, instead of programming a functional game, the developers think having players restart is a good solution. What an insult — and to add a little more salt to the wound, WCH thinks this is a five dollar game. Morph Space is not fun, and it’s not funny. I don’t recommend.