Naked Puzzle: Girls is a lewd game where you rotate tiles to unscramble an image.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
Yes, female nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
Forty-five minutes.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.



Gameplay

. . . in a nutshell

Naked Puzzle: Girls is like a less fun swippy-swappy game. There’s no swippin’ or swappin’, just spinnin’. It gets old really fast.

out the shell. . .

Each stage is comprised of an image, which is divided into tiles. Each tile is randomly rotated, and the goal is to rotate each tile to recomplete the image. When a tile is rotated into the right position, a burst of starry confetti will emerge from behind. Stages become progressively harder (or tedious, depending how you look at the gameplay), steeply increasing the number of tiles that must be rotated.

Story

There is no story (and I’m not making one up).

Visuals

I wasn’t fond of the user-interface. For starters, the titlescreen (not the title menu) would appear everytime I exited the gallery or a level, forcing me to click through it every time I wanted to continue the game. The titlemenu looked serviceable, but I didn’t understand the woodland aesthetic when nature played no part in the game. The developers went absolutely overboard with particle/special effects, which I imagine would off-put many users.

For the record, I liked them, but they should be adjustable to suit the users’ desire.

The Goods

The artwork is serviceable, but upon closer inspection it appears to be unrefined. If you zoom into the artwork (from the gallery), you will notice a great deal of rough coloring and line work. The final image is the sauciest, which sports a lady spreadin’ her goodies. Other than that, the rest of the images simply sport bare skin.

. . . expect basic female nudity. 

Verdict

I don’t recommend this game. The gameplay is different, but monotonous. The artwork is good, but not saucy. The gallery sucks, and overall I’d recommend that you purchase an equally priced slider or swippy-swappy puzzle game.