Neko Neko is an above-average, erotic swippy-swappy puzzle-game.
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Hours of Game-play?
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This article is pending review. It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.
. . . in a nutshell
I need to make some revisions.
out the shell. . .
This game is yet-another swippy-swappy puzzle. You have a set of scrambled tiles, and you need to swap them around a board to assemble an image. As game progresses, the boards get bigger-and-bigger, increasing the challenge. Each stage features a lady in five stages of undress, each one a solvable puzzle. There are twelve stages total, which means that there is sixty total puzzles to solve. Not bad!
However, you only have to solve a single stage of undress before moving on (and unlocking all of them in the Gallery). So, to unlock the (seventy-two) images, you only need to solve a total of twelve puzzles.
There is no story.
I was pleasantly surprised by the images this game has to offer. There are twelve ladies to unlock, each with five stages of undress. They are not animated, but they all look great. Though there is no sexual content, some of what I saw was a bit. . . saucy. Let’s just say I saw my share of liquids. The interface looks good. The gallery and main-game are all easy to navigate, so overall this game’s visuals gain a win.
Most swippy-swappy puzzles totally suck, but this one is definitely a step-above the competition. Swippy-swappy puzzles are very easy to solve, so don’t buy this game unless you like the art or want to “relax”. This game is definitely worth a buck or two.