Star girls is a generic, cheap “swippy-swappy” puzzle, though slightly better than a lot of the competition.
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This article is pending review. It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.
. . . in a nutshell
I need to make some revisions.
out the shell. . .
This game’s another “swippy-swappy” puzzle, where you swap tiles around on a board to re-assemble a (scrambled) image. They are quick and easy to solve, and can be solved via trial and error. Star Girls is more forgiving than the average swippy-swappy puzzle, as a guide (of the completed image) is shown on the bottom corner of the screen. There are ten puzzles total, each with five variants. This makes for fifty solveable puzzles. However, you only need to solve one variant of each (of ten puzzles) to unlock the full gallery.
There’s no backgrounds or stories. Moving on.
The visuals are simple and dark. Not dark in a scary way, but dark as in. . . not bright. It’s easy on the eyes in the dead of night. There’s no fluff or unnecessary visual effects, just what you need to navigate the puzzles and gallery. Nothing fancy, but not bad. The images themselves look pretty decent, but don’t expect anything beyond some nude posing.
If you want another cheap swippy-swappy puzzle to add to you collection, Star Girls is worth a buy (for one USD). I recommend this game on the basis of price and number of puzzles. If you are looking for a challenge, variety, or sexual content, look elsewhere.