Summer Flowers is a lewd swippy-swappy puzzle game about Mary’s love life.
(FxF, FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Sort scrambled tiles to complete an image. There are ten puzzles to solve, starting with sixteen pieces and moving up to thirty-six. Whenever a piece is placed in the right position, you’re notified with flying hearts. Once you beat “Story Mode”, you may partake in “Free Mode”. In Free Mode, you can adjust the difficulty level of puzzles and toggle a timer.
Each image tells another part of Mary’s life. She’s got a man in her life, Mike. He’s big studly dude, and she loves him — unfortunately, the feeling is not mutual. Mike dumps Mary, leaving her to mingle with new prospects. As she reconnects with an old friend, she finds out that love isn’t always straight.
The titlescreen is alright. It’s nicely presented, and the user-interface is pleasant. From “Options”, you may adjust audio levels. Images can be viewed from the “Gallery”. However, they are displayed along side text and user-interface that cannot be hidden.
The Goods (3/5★)
There are ten static CGs to unlock. However, only two of them feature sexual content. One offers straight intercourse, and the other lesbian. The artwork is high-quality furry/anthro content.
This DLC offers each in-game CG, with/without text as 1920×1080 (2K) PNGs. Not only that, but it also provides work-in-progress sketches of them (along with a few pieces of character concept art!)
Consider waiting for a sale, but I do recommend this game! Summer Flowers may feature adult content, but it’s hard to call this a pornographic game — well, it is a pornographic game, but it’s a wholesome pornographic game with a moral. Furry games are grossly underrepresented on Steam. . . so be a pal and support your local lesbian foxes!
Wombat Woe — “Why you no work?” [Feb 2nd 2021]
When you view an image from the “Gallery”, the game softlocks. This due to you being unable to hit the “back” button. Instead of the button functioning normally, the image is simply dragged about. Really devs?