The Wolf’s Girl is a lewd jigsaw puzzle game about a man and his bestfriend (and secret lover) during a fateful night beneath the full moon.


Adult Content?
(FxM) sexual content.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Forty-five minutes.

Patch Available?
No, not necessary.


Foreword


I received a free copy of this game for review purposes — thanks Hunny Bunny Studio!



Gameplay: overview (4/5★)


While the bulk of the game is solving puzzles, between select levels are brief visual novel sections. I enjoy puzzle games with stories; they make the cast mean more than nameless waifus. However, the VN portions should be skippable. There are nine puzzles total, with varying difficulty. Due to the unconventional shape of each puzzle piece, I couldn’t be bothered to count them by individually. However, the most complicated levels only took me four or four or five minutes to solve.




Sexual Content: overview (3/5★)


There are twelve unlockable CGs; three of them offer nudity, and three of them sexual content. The artwork and animation are decent. I only saw a few errors here here there, like sharp lines or weird movement. The sexual imagery was kind of flat; it looked as though somebody else drew the male protagonist (and they only knew how to draw in a few angles). In the one scene with penetration, the male genitalia moves like a wooden stick. Climaxes are glossed over via text, but they are never shown — lame!




Story: overview (2/5★)


Chloe and Sheen are best friends — so much so, Sheen considers her to be his “little sister”. Chloe has feelings for Sheen, but he has always been too innocent to understand her advances. Hoping to show him “sensuality”, she takes him a lake. On this night, there is a full moon — and she discovers a secret that escapes even Sheen himself.




Sound: overview (3/5★)


The soundtrack is comprised of cricket infused piano melodies. It’s a soothing experience (until the last keys abruptly cut into the next song). Beyond the sound of shifting puzzle pieces, there are no other audio effects. Once I listened to enough “piano melodies”, I decided to mute the game and tune into something more up my ally.



Visuals: overview (4/5★)


The titlescreen is nicely arranged. I wish the CG differed from one used in-game, but it’s a beautiful image. From the unlabeled settings menu, you may adjust audio preferences. There doesn’t seem to be a way to window the application. The puzzle pieces are bizarrely shaped — like broken glass. The ragged shapes offer an interesting visual aesthetic, and in some cases increase the difficulty of the game. Unlocked CGs can be reviewed from the unnamed gallery (which is found nearby the main menu). Unfortunately, the user-interface can’t be wholly hidden. I didn’t like the male protagonist; I thought he looked like a gay vampire. The English seems to fall apart half-way through the game. Did the English translation team stay up too late?



Verdict: meh, but is oke (3/5★)


When I received this game, I read the title as “The Wolf Girl”. I was eager to see what a naked “wolf girl” looks like, but as the story unfolded I came to find out there are no wolf girls! If you can get behind the wolf character, this is a worthwhile puzzle game. It’s visually pleasing, and the story helps set it apart from the puzzle shovelware on Steam. If you’re looking for lewd content, you may be disappointed by the meager sexual content; there are only a few sexually charged CGs with no interactivity. The Wolf’s Girl would benefit from improved English and lewd content, but it’s worth a dollar!