Naughty Memories: Asian Beauty is a lewd memory game with an “asian” theme.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Flip cards and find matching pairs in a race against time! There are fifteen levels total, with progressive difficulty. As the game progresses, less and less duplicate pairs will be provided; you’ll have to build a stronger memory to find each pair in time. You have a minute and fifteen to complete each stage, but each match garners three additional seconds. There is no “skip” button, but I think some users would appreciate one!
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
There is no titlescreen — it’s straight to the level-select screen, which doubles as a gallery. The user-interface is alright, though I don’t understand the grungy, neon aesthetic. You can mute audio from main menu, but there doesn’t appear to be any display settings. Apparently, the developers still haven’t figured out how to incorporate Steam UI. When viewing CGs, they cannot be fullscreened, and the user-interface isn’t hidden.
There are fifteen static CGs featuring naked, Asian ladies. They are imposed onto portrait-style canvases (rather than interesting backdrops); they are rendered using 3D models, not unlike those of Daz Studio. I found them to be average, rather than “super model hot”. But that’s okay — not all of us like hourglass bod’s!
If you’ve nothing better to play, Naughty Memories: Asian Beauty isn’t a bad buy. This game has meaningful gameplay (which isn’t saying much), but the artwork is below average. With that in mind, this game will only appeal to gamers that thoroughly enjoy memory games (and want to see the offhand boobie). I don’t think Naughty Memories: Asian Beauty represents a siginficant improvement on the developers’ behalf. They have been improving on the quality of their models — but at the end of the day, Naughty Memories: Asian Beauty is another memory game with subpar content.