Pingin is a swippy-swappy puzzle with a generic hentai theme.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
Female sexual content.

Censorship?
Yes, mosaic’d genitalia.

Hours of Game-play?
Half-an-hour.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.



Gameplay

. . . 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.

Story

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

Visuals

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.

The Goods

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.

Verdict

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.