Seek Girl V is a lewd top-down puzzle game about moving crates and getting the girl.
(FxM, FxFxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
Download as DLC.
Find hidden crystals and get the girl by pushing boxes and avoiding potholes. Every level is a puzzle, and boxes are a precious resource — there are seldom enough boxes to fill every hole on-screen. Don’t be afraid to suicide if you done goofed. . . getting back to where you were is a breeze with the snappy controls and quick gameplay.
If you’re in it for the story (and not he game), hit “K” to auto-complete any level!
There is no story (and I’m not making one up).
The titlescreen is nicely rendered and formatted, though I would have liked to have seen some animation. You may adjust audio, display, language and resolution preferences from “Option” and credits from “Other”. There is no dedicated gallery, but CGs can be reviewed from the level-select screen. The on-game visuals are simplistic and appealing, though distinctly lacking in variety. The levels are mostly samey, despite each CG clearly taking place in a different environment.
There are twelve animated CGs to see, each with three variants showing undress and orgasm. In addition, there is a static (clothed) CG for each lady. The art and animation are super awesome, and I loved the moneyshots which come with every waifu. A wide range of ladies are represented, including fantasy and modern-styled waifus (with some BDSM sprinkled in for good measure!)
Yep, I recommend this game — the artwork alone easily justifies the full price, and the puzzles are quick and fun. The Seek Girl series continues to impress me with robust, high-quality artwork and decent gameplay at a steal of a price.