The shameless squadron Pink woman is a lewd sidescroller beat-’em-up.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
(F, FxM) Sexual content.

Censorship?
Mosaic’d genitalia.

Hours of Game-play?
One or two hours.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.



Foreword

Attention!

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 It is either incomplete, out-of-date, or I feel the need to disclaim my shame for a something I’m not proud of.

Gameplay

. . . in a nutshell

I need to make some revisions.

out the shell. . .

This is a very basic beat’em-up. You can punch and kick, but kicks have the largest effective range. Your attacks are painfully slow, so it’s best to be deliberate with your moves. You have a health bar, which can be periodically restored with medi-kits (conveniently scattered about stages). As the protagonist takes damage, her clothes will tear. Sometimes, enemies will violate her instead of performing a normal attack. The goal of the game is reach the end of each stage.

Story

Pink women and her trusted allies, the Shameless Squadron have discovered the secret hide-out of their enemies. They seek to violate every member of the Shameless Squadron, and perhaps every lady in the world. That’s. . . about as much I was able to gleen.

Visuals

The title menu is cluttered and flashy (as in, it constantly flashes bright lights). However, it has everything you’d need, including a gallery and stage-select screen. Alternatively, you can start a new game (from the beginning). You gain access to all images and stages from the get-go (or so I thought. I would later be unable to access these settings, for reasons unknown.) Unfortunately, settings are not saved between opening and closing the game.

The characters in the game are drawn and animated, though the combat and walking are awkward, slow, and (in some cases) comically exaggerated. On the other hand, the in-game sexual animations are actually pretty good. The full-art animation on the other hand, leave much to be desired. The backgrounds are rendered using 3D models, and often future 3D rendered characters.

I found the inclusion of 3D characters to be extremely jarring against the clearly drawn protagonist and enemies. The developer(s) should have picked one style or the other.

The Goods

Expect to see mostly non-consensual content. The pink woman is an object of desire, and everyone is out for her lady-bits. Every other story screen talks about how she must protect her lady bits, and the visuals show why that’s the case. Unfortunately, the full-art images are very poorly animated. Things move that shouldn’t move, and in some cases it’s as if the image is rippling, like a shaky water surface. They would have been better off static.

This game does feature beastiality and tentacles. Fair warning.

Verdict

I didn’t find this game to be very engaging, nor did I find the gallery to be very stimulating. I don’t recommend this title, but it’s fairly cheap (at 5 USD). If “censored lewd sidescroller beat-’em-up” sounds appealing to you, give this game a shot.