Published March 27th, 2021
Oppai Muse is a lewd “strip-’em-up” where you collect hearts to undress OPPAI muses!
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Collect stars and avoid the dreaded red squares to undress the girls! Each stage will have you collecting colored stars, which are translated to “points”. It takes a lot of points to progress, so you’ll need to keep an eye out for green hearts to multiply the rate at which you collect them! If you touch any read squares, you’ll lose those multipliers — so you know, don’t!
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen is wonderfully arranged — it looks premium. However, the settings-menu can’t be accessed from main-menu. Audio, censorship, display, and language preferences can be adjusted via the gearbox icon. The level-select screen doubles a gallery. The user-interface can be hidden in-game, but an “Oppai Muse” watermark will show up. Alternatively, you may save images as 1920×1080 PNGs (which don’t come with the mark). These images can be found in Oppai Muse‘s installation folder:
D:\Steam\steamapps\common\Oppai Muse\Oppai Muse_Data\Screenshots
The Goods (3/5★)
There are seven animated “muses” to unlock. The artwork and animation are very high-quality, but there is no sexual content. You’re able to mix and match pieces of their respective outfits (not unlike a “dress up” game.)
Maybe wait for a sale? Like I said in my first review, “the gameplay gets old fast”. It does. Some people may find dragging a mouse cursor to be “relaxing”, I find it boring. The artwork is high quality, but I don’t think I agree that “the artwork absolutely justifies the price” anymore. Don’t get me wrong, it’s super high quality — and it’d make a nice set of wallpapers — but they’re just naked ladies. Oppai Muse is a suitable game for a lazy afternoon for achievement hunters. Unless the artwork or gameplay really speaks to you, I find it difficult to recommend this game. It might be worth a try on a good sale though!