The Fun of Asmodius is a lewd RPG about a group of adventurers that must defeat the demon Asmodius (before he enslaves the world to satisfy his sexual misdeeds!)
(FxM) Sexual content.
Hours of Gameplay?
(Not) to be determined.
No, not necessary.
Complete quests, manage daylight and navigate mazes. . . I think? The game is progressed when “certain conditions” are met (such as sleeping). Much of the game is exploring convoluted cities and dungeons — every maybe twenty-seconds, you’re subjected to another random encounter. Thankfully, you’re able to flee without penalty, but they are still really annoying. Regardless, it’s important to stock-up on restorative items. Status effects stick around until dispelled. You might be able to sleep on “poison” in real life, but not in The Fun of Asmodius! (Seriously though, if you are poisoned, find a doctor — and don’t forget include me in your will!) If your character doesn’t sleep, they’ll suffer negative consequences (which rather than add a layer of difficulty to the game, only serves to waste your time as you double back from wherever you are back to bed.)
The town of uh, “town” is under the influence of Asomodius, Lord of Lust. He has manipulated its people to lure unsuspecting women into his sexual servitude. . . and that’s bad for some reason? Maybe the “heroes” should leave him alone!
The titlescreen is meh, but it’s worse after playing the game. The title suggests a modern setting, when The Fun of Asmodius is actually a fantasy tale. Actually, discordant assets a common theme in this game; the overall game is a blocky, pixelated mess of downsized and copy/pasted assets. From “Config”, you’re able to adjust audio and display preferences. The Fun of Asmodius can either played from a first or third-person perspective. Both are necessary to navigate the game (as the third-person view is problematic around buildings). It’s cool and all to have options, but I would have preferred better level design.
The Goods 2/5★
I’m unsure how many sex-scenes there are, but each one seems to be comprised of dialogue and multiple static CGs. Because the user-interface can’t be hidden, the goodies are covered up — really As-key? The artwork is unremarkable; the models look outdated, and the lewd scenes aren’t particularly spicy. Sexual content is few and far between, and there is no gallery. That means you only get to fap when The Fun of Asmodius says so. . . as long as you don’t mind ugly mosaics.
I can’t recommend this game. The Fun of Asmodius is so, so boring. I tried, I really tried — but I can’t bring myself to play this game anymore. I’ve played some awful RPGs before, but at least I was able to figure out how to beat them! It’s difficult to figure out what you’re supposed to do in this game. The entire world is a maze, but ninety-nine percent of explorable areas are dead ends. There’s no point in having mazes if (A) enemies spawn randomly and (B) they lead nowhere. The Fun of Asmodius fails as an entertaining RPG, and it fails as a lewd game — it’s just one great big fail. The only way anybody is going to convince me to play this game again is if they pay me (for wasting anymore of my time!)