Strip 4: Classmate Study is a lewd game of “connect four”.
Hours of Game-play?
No, not necessary.
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 It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.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. . .
Do you recall a game called “Connect Four”? If so, that’s all that needs to be said. If not, well let’s talk. You have a playing board that is six by seven slots. There are two players, and each player drops a disc at any column. The disc will sink to the bottom of the playing board, and rest on top of any pre-existing discs. To win, you must make a column or row of four. They can be perpendicular, or diagonal. Each time you win a game, a character strips more of her clothes.
A ladyfriend offers to play a game with you, the night before a school exam. Everytime you win in said game, she takes off another piece of clothing. This is the agreement.
No, this wasn’t your idea.
The lady friend just really wants to show you her goodies. And that’s about it.
The title screen shows a lot of promise, but lacks an “options” selection. There is a not-so hidden “Cheats” button, which accepts codes for what I presume to be. . . cheats. The interface is simple to navigate, and doesn’t provide many buttons to press. The 3D visuals look good, and the lady looks fine.
I couldn’t see any “goodies”, because mosaics. Expect basic (censored) female nudity.
I’ve never disliked connect four more in my life. Yeah, I suck. Yeah, she kicked my rear. But for how little gameplay there is (and how little “goodies”), I don’t recommend this game.