OnlyGame: Working Girls is a lewd jigsaw puzzle game with a “working girl” theme.
(F) sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
Gameplay: published November 28th, 2021 (3/5★)
There are five puzzles to solve with adjustable difficulty; you may choose between eighty-one, one-hundred-ninety-six, and three-hundred-sixty-one pieces. The idea is to unscramble an image by putting them together. Though I found the first option to be reasonably challenging, I wish there was an easier setting. You may reveal the completed image at anytime, but it’ll only last for a few seconds. However, I found that a few seconds was all I needed whenever I was stumped! There’s also a handy “help mode” button if you’re really stumped (or just totally disinterested in the gameplay).
Sexual Content: published November 28th, 2021 (3/5★)
I loved the artwork! However, I didn’t enjoy the portrait-style aspect ratio. The images are more suitable for a mobile device than a PC. There’s a few images with light female masturbation, but there’s only six CGs — and each of them is a new girl in cosplay.
Story: published November 28th, 2021 (1/5★)
There is no dialogue or exposition. Black Hole calls the cast “working girls”, but I have a feeling their “work” doesn’t has nothing to do with what they’re wearing!
Sound: published November 28th, 2021 (1/5★)
There are a few tracks to hear, but only one is used while putting puzzles together. It’s not awful, but you’ll have to hear quite a lot of loops on a single level — I had enough after one listen. The sound effects are alright
Visuals: published November 28th, 2021 (1/5★)
The game looks and feels rough. Navigation is a guessing game with unlabeled icons. Instead of offering buttons to progress between screens, for some reason Black Hole opted for key-presses. Considering OnlyGame: Working Girls doesn’t use a single key for gameplay, that’s pretty dumb. There is no gallery, but unlocked CGs can be downloaded onto your PC. I like the option, but I hate being forced to download images that should be viewable in-game. To make up for the weirdly formatted puzzles, Black Hole coded a wonderfully generic screen-saver to distract you from your “working girls” and shoddy visuals.
Verdict: published November 28th, 2021 (2/5★)
For what you get, I think the price the right — but I still find it difficult to recommend this game. OnlyGame: Working Girls is a functioning game with pretty artwork, but the interface is lacking and the art is unsuitable for modern screens. If you thoroughly enjoy jigsaw puzzles, you may enjoy an afternoon with the women of OnlyGame: Working Girls. If you’re an achievement hunter, there’s a cheating button. If you don’t fit in the aforementioned categories, I really recommend that you pass on this game.