Pingin is a swippy-swappy puzzle with a generic hentai theme.
Female sexual content.
Yes, mosaic’d genitalia.
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
. . . in a nutshell
Consult my article on “swippy-swappy” puzzles.
out the shell. . .
There are a total of thirty stages, each of the same difficulty. All puzzles are comprised of thirty total pieces.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up).
The title-menu looks promising — though it doesn’t lead onto any adult activity. Audio, display, and resolution preferences can be adjusted from “Setting”. However, the game cannot be be one-hundred percent muted. “CG” functions as a gallery, where you can review previously unlocked images. You can toggle between “normal” and “special” images, the latter providing nudity and generous bodily fluids. The user-interface is hidden by default.
There are fifteen (animated and static) CGs to unlock, each CG with a “SFW” and NSFW variant. The quality of each CG is inconsistent, and the animations are strictly okay. There was quite a bit of jiggly bits that shouldn’t have jiggled, such as faces and boney parts.
. . . expect female sexual content.
I recommend this title if you don’t mind censorship, and you’ve run out of swippy-swappy puzzles to solve on Steam (good luck). The animations aren’t the worst I’ve seen, but they did leave a little to be desired. I would have liked to have seen less static CGs, and more animation.