My Territory Was Witches’ Island!? is a lewd tower-defense game about a nobleman on a hostile island.
(FxM) Sexual content.
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Manage money and supplies and thwart raids! You must build your town from nothing, managing finances and military power. If you don’t pay your due to the empire, it’s game-over — but if your people are killed, it’s also game-over. Combat is not unlike a tower-defense game, where you may set-up the playing the field as enemies approach in a striaght line. As you manage gold, supplies and troops, you’ll have to periodically attend to civilian matters. Your actions affect your reputation. If you lose your reputation, well it’s game-over. Sometimes, named characters will offer their services to you. If you talk with them enough, they’ll have sex with you (woot!) At the end of the year, your performance is rated, and then it’s game over (whether you like it or not!)
Having served his knightly duties, the main protagonist has been given an island. It’s said that “witches live there”, and “trees on the island suck women’s breasts.” Disregarding the rumors, he intends on fulfilling his dreams as a ruler (no matter what happens!) He may be alone in his pursuit, but as long as he pays his taxes and protects his people, his dreams may come true.
Spoiler alert: you don’t ever get to see the trees that “suck women’s breasts.” Bummer!
The titlescreen looks decent (but it suggests there’s more to the game than there actually is). Audio can be adjusted from “Option”. Unlocked CGs can be reviewed from “Gallery”, but the user-interface can’t be hidden. I couldn’t figure out a way to borderless fullscreen the application. Overall the game does not look impressive. The aesthetic reminds me of Scribblenauts — that’s not a bad thing, but outside the animated CGs there’s nothing sexy about the game.
The Goods (2/5★)
There are thirty animated bases, some with a variation for progression. Unfortunately, there are no climaxes. The animations lack backgrounds, which means they’ll be imposed on whatever screen you view them from. Most sexual-content revolves the protagonist and his harem, but there are variety of rape scenes (where his harem is taken by his foes.) The artwork is high-quality and the animation is decent, but I disappointed by the lack of orgasms and interactivity.
Wait for a strong sale. Sure, this game has a lot of CGs to offer, but they’re censored and the gameplay is bland. You’re encouraged to replay this game again and again (and hope you see new content). Once you’ve played fifteen, twenty minutes, you’ve seen just about everything this game has to offer. During my playthrough, I asked myself “when does this game end?” Once my town was decked-out, the spent the rest of my playthrough watching annoying battles and clicking “skip”. I just wanted to finish the game for the sake of this review. The AI is frustratingly dumb, and it’s difficult to control your people. My Territory Was Witches’ Island!? is almost fun the first time around, but it needs some updates before it’ll be worth buying.