Sex with Hand is a lewd memory game with no particular theme, featuring miscellaneous 3D rendered ladies.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
Female nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Game-play?
One or two hours.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.



Gameplay

. . . in a nutshell

Consult my article on memory puzzles.

out the shell. . .

A run-of-mill memory game. You have a board of twenty-four face-down cards, your job is to find each matching pair to uncover a lewd CG. You are timed, but there is no time limit. There’s twenty levels total. There is no “cheat” button I am aware of.

Story

There is no story, moving on.

Visuals

I thought I was playing “part two” of another title that looks pretty much the same. This game was written by another developer, however, so unless they are one and the same it goes to show how “shovely” this ‘ware is. Now, the menu and interface look. . . okay. It’s easy to navigate. The only user preference that is available is a mute/unmute. This game (to my knowledge) cannot be fullscreened — this is unacceptable in this day and age. There is no “gallery” (to review unlocked CGs), however I think one is made available after completing the game.

Really?

The models generally look good, on par with any decent 3D model from say. . . Daz Studio or Poser. But the quality is inconsitant, and the CGs lack backgrounds. Given the content, I could grab some freebies from the Daz Store, and render a pack of preset poses and slap ’em in a game. That’s what I feel about this title.

The Goods

A combination of meh and pretty-okay models performing a variety of random poses with random outfits. The quality is all over the place, and I’m not sure what sex has to do with this title. Expect female nudity.

. . . expect female and male-on-female sexual content.

Verdict

Nope, don’t recommend this title — hard pass. If you’re in the market for a good shovelware memory game, I’d highly recommend the “Lady” series by IR Studio. At least in those games, the artwork is on point and the developers know how to stick to a theme.