Starlight is a lewd clicker game.
(F) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
Five or ten minutes.
Download from Steam.
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 It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.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. . .
In short, this game provides too little content for the price-tag. While the artwork is decent enough, it is hampered by poor animation. Some of the animated pieces do look okay, but many have errors that I find very jarring. I do commend the Dev’s for trying animated pieces on such an inexpensive title though. But there’s so little to do, and the game is so, so easy, I didn’t find it “relaxing”. I found it boring.
Basically, you have ten girls. Each girl has a “date” scene which must be unlocked by first completing a mini-game. In that game, there are several stars which descend from the top of the screen. There are four colors, but to progress you want to click on the gold (or yellow) stars. If you want the achievements, click on all of them. Look out for white stars, they are rare (and only good for achievements).
Speaking of achievements, you can’t get all of them. How did I collect one-hundred gold stars before I collected fifty?
There’s no backgrounds or stories. Moving on.
While I do understand that this title is one dollar off-sale, I think that what it provides as a game is criminal. Not in a good way. There are countless other H-games for the same price with more content. For just an extra dollar or two, you could have hours of game-play as opposed to minutes. This seems like the sorta game you might pass of to your child.
Well, actually that might be illegal. Don’t do that.