Puzzle Girls: Alexa

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Puzzle Girls: Alexa is a lewd swippy-swappy game.


(Adult) Content?
(F, FxF, FxM) Sexual content.

No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
Two hours.

Modding Support?

Patch Available?
Download from Steam.



This article is pending review. It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something Iā€™m not proud of.


. . . in a nutshell

I need to make some revisions.

out the shell. . .

You start with an image that is divided into tiles. Those tiles are scrambled, and you’re to unscramble them by “swapping” their positions. There are five game modes to choose from. In “Campaign Mode”, you solve each puzzle with a progressively harder difficulty setting. “Relaxing Mode” is a stupid easy mode, where no more than six tiles are required to be moved to solve each puzzle. “Random Mode” takes the traditional swippy-swappy puzzle a step further. In addition to being scrambled, they are also flipped and rotated (increasing difficulty). It is also the only non-linear mode to choose from. “Insanity Mode” is basically “Random Mode”, minus the randomization and with tons more tiles.

And then, there’s “Impossible Mode”. Take a wild feckin’ guess what that means.

Interestingly, this is a linear swippy-swappy puzzle game. Most modes require that you play the game in a certain order. I think that this should have been reserved for “Campaign Mode”, and incentivised with textual story. This game would benefit from a “stage select” screen of sorts.


There isn’t much of a story to go off of, but there are four consistant characters that are shown in each artwor. There are two ladies and two men, both engaged in a sort of “swippy-swappy” relationship. The dudes share ladies, and the ladies share each other.


The title menu is a bit of a mess, with conflicting visuals, excess information, and blatent developer advertising. I also noticed a jarring visual error on background. The gallery is easy to navigate, and there are twelve “base game” illustrations. There is no lewd content in the base game, but the images are really, really well drawn.

The Goods

Assuming you purchased the DLC content, a whole new gallery will open up. In it, sixteen new selections will appear. These selections are not single images, rather they are small sets of images showing the beginning and end of sexual encounters. They feature gratuitous money shots, and were shockingly high quality. I was honestly impressed. Expect a variety of basic male and female intercourse.


The game’s free, and sports a very high quality gallery and a variety of modes to entertain both easy-going and hardcore players. The paid DLC is chock full of deliciously lewd content, and well worth the buy. I highly recommend this title if you are a fan of swippy-swappy puzzles, or find the artwork attractive.

Questions, requests or comments?