Seek Girl Ⅱ Review (2.5/5★)

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Introduction

Seek Girl is a lewd cursor-based puzzle game available on Steam. To experience the complete game with adult content, Seek Girl Ⅱ – Patch must be installed. This article will strictly discuss the patched version of the game.

I was able to complete the game in less than twenty minutes.

Chapter Two: Gameplay (2/5★)

Section One: Overview

The goal of the game is to eat rabbits by dragging your cursor over all icons without overlapping. It’s kind of like playing Snake without stressing about food pellets.

Section Two: Balance

The difficulty is increased as the game progresses, but the increase in difficulty is marginal. It took me around ten to fifteen minutes to complete the game just by guessing.

Chapter Three: Sexual Content (4/5★)

Section One: Content

The base game offers twelve animations and the Seek Girl Ⅱ: Fresh DLC adds another twelve. The gallery is a mix of general nudity and penetration. A handful of scenes have BDSM, and one (weirdly out of place) piece is a rapey tentacle situation.

Section Two: Implementation

Completing levels unlocks new entries in the gallery.

Section Three: Interactivity

Just like Seek Girl, animations may be toggled and characters can be undressed. However, this game also offers a “cum” button which drenches the subject in bukkake-levels of jizz.

Section Four: Quality

Compared to Seek Girl, Seek Girl Ⅱ features massively improved animations. The artwork is nice and sharp with smoother animations and interesting angles. I like how this game has a higher proportion of animations with sexual content, as opposed to general nudity.

Chapter Four: Story (1/5★)

There is no “story” and there are no recurring characters.

Chapter Five: Sound (2/5★)

Section One: Soundtrack

Every level has a different track — a huge improvement compared to Seek Girl (which only played new music while viewing animations). The music is unremarkable, but acceptable.

Section Two: Sound Effects

Interestingly, I didn’t hear any sound effects while playing the game. I thought I fucked with my settings but it turns out the game is supposed to sound borked (e.g. silent).

Section Three: Voice Acting

By golly, there is so much moaning and panting — every second of gameplay is a smorgasbord of lewd voice acting. I enjoyed the excessive acting, but I suspect many players may be annoying after a few minutes.

Chapter Six: Visuals (4/5★)

Section One: User-interface

Navigation is pleasant with bright colors and fun buttons.

Section Two: Graphics

I enjoyed the fun mouse cursor and rabbit icons. I feel as though hovering over rabbits could have had more fun visual effects though.

Chapter Seven: Verdict (2.5/5★)

Like the first game, Seek Girl Ⅱ is “one of those titles you buy just for the “gallery”, and not for meaningful gameplay.” With maybe fifteen minutes of disinteresting gameplay, I only recommend this game for art or achievement collectors.

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