OnlyGame: Gamer Girls (2/5★)


OnlyGame: Gamer Girls is a lewd jigsaw puzzle game with assorted “gamer bags”.

Adult Content?
(F) nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Two hours.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.


Foreword


I received a free copy of this game for review purposes — thanks Black Hole XXX!



Gameplay: overview (3/5★)


Unscramble lewd artwork by assembling puzzle pieces! You may choose between eighty-one, one-hundred ninety-six, and three-hundred sixty-one pieces. It makes no difference which difficulty you choose (it’s simply preferences). If you’re ever stuck, you have the option to auto-solve the image piece-by-piece! Oftentimes, it only takes one or two pieces to pull yourself out of a dry spell.



Sexual Content: overview (3/5★)


There are five static CGs. The artwork is a little amateurish, but I enjoyed the cast of the stereotypical “gamer girls”. Everybody looks like characters from an amateur porn flick or “OnlyFans” account. They’re facial expressions are spot-on, just what I’d expect from online “influencers”. The artwork is rendered in a variety of aspect ratios, making it impossible to fullscreen your “rewards”.




Story: overview (1/5★)


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



Sound: overview (NA/5★)


I played this game muted (so I won’t be judging it by sound).



Visuals: overview (1/5★)


The titlescreen is mediocre. The artwork is okay, but the background produces an off-perspective. The art and title are poorly composed. I wasn’t able to find any sort of “settings” menu to adjust audio or display preferences. There is no way to review CGs from puzzles you’ve already solved (there isn’t even a “skip” button). The user-interface is otherwise serviceable — but it can never be hidden. Not only are CGs unable to fullscreened, they are marred by the words “Press Any Key”.



Verdict: I think I prefer P0rnHUb (2/5★)


Meh — I’m glad I didn’t pay for this game. OnlyGame: Gamer Girls is missing basic features all puzzle games should have, such as a gallery or “settings” menu. The gameplay is functional, but unremarkable (wo-o-o another puzzle game!) It’s nice to see adjustable difficulty, but eighty-one pieces (the lowest setting) is more work than I’m willing to invest into this game (bless the Divines for “help mode”). I enjoyed the artwork, but you can get better bang for your buck. OnlyGame: Gamer Girls fails to stand amongst the sea of like-games and shovelware. If the artwork interests you, I would wait for some sort of “artbook” or “wallpaper” DLC.