Chapter One: Introduction
Seek Girl is a lewd hidden object game available on Steam. To experience the complete game with adult content, Seek Girl Ⅳ – Patch must be installed. This article will strictly discuss the patched version of the game.
I took me about twenty minutes to complete the game without using hints.
Chapter Two: Gameplay (3/5★)
Section One: Overview
To undress the women on screen, you must match shapes from the shown images to provided silhouettes. When all shapes are found, a cum-covered animation is unlocked.
Section Two: Balance
This game seemingly has more obvious silhouettes to recreate than Seek Girl Ⅲ. In the previous Seek Girl entry, I had to think a lot harder to figure out what two parts of the animation I needed to click on to progress. In this game, I felt like I was playing a toddler’s game. If DSGame was worried about the game being too hard, why did they bother with a “hint” button?
Chapter Three: Sexual Content (4/5★)
Section One: Content
There are twelve unlockable animations. Compared to previous releases, it appears DSGame has toned down the sexual content. I think that’s a good idea, because anyone interested in tentacles or animal sex probably isn’t buying theses game to view what is predominantly vanilla content. In this game, I saw nudity, penetration and BDSM — the usual.
Section Two: Implementation
As you uncover hidden shapes, the subjects are undressed and in some cases, fucked. Completing levels unlocks animations with toggleable settings.
Section Three: Interactivity
Animations may be toggled and characters can be undressed — or overlaid with excessive cum. I hoping Seek Girl Ⅳ would have had more meaningful interactivity, but what can you do?
Section Four: Quality
The artwork and animation in this game is on par with Seek Girl Ⅲ; high-quality, with only occasional errors. I enjoyed the experimentation with cosplay and crotch-revealing angles.
Chapter Four: Story (1/5★)
Section One: Overview
There is no “story” and no recurring characters.
Chapter Five: Sound (3/5★)
Section One: Soundtrack
Each girl has her own track to maintain musical variety. I didn’t enjoy the music in this game as much as I did in previous Seek Girl entries. It felt more stock than original (although to be fair, I doubt any of the music is original in these games).
It’s just when I heard YouTube’s dumb ass survey beat in this game I loss my suspension of belief.
Section Two: Sound Effects
The gameplay is still quiet — no surprises here. Clicking on stuff won’t play sounds.
Section Three: Voice Acting
The voice acting is more annoying in the game than Seek Girl Ⅲ. I think part of the problem is that is plays constantly, instead of waiting for sexual content to be displayed. I hated hearing the voice acting every time it looped.
Chapter Six: Visuals (4/5★)
Section One: User-interface
This time, I knew not to try to “play” the main-menu. Now I know it’s not what the gameplay looks like! I wish DSGame would make it look more like a level-select screen and less like a platformer — but the animation for completing stages is still super cute!
The user-interface is unchanged, but that’s okay because it looks nice and it works.
Section Two: Graphics
Just like the last game, the gallery doubles as the playable levels. Sex is fun to watch.
Chapter Seven: Verdict (3/5★)
In terms of gameplay, Seek Girl Ⅳ is a copy of Seek Girl Ⅲ. But that’s fine by me, because Seek Girl Ⅱ and Seek Girl are the weakest games in the series so far. Unfortunately, if you’ve purchased Seek Girl Ⅲ and were hoping for a interesting successor you may be disappointed — although there’s new art to see, the gameplay is dumbed-down. I think DSGame dropped the ball by not increasing the difficulty, but Seek Girl Ⅳ is another solid, casual game from the studio.