Time Voyeur is a lewd stealth game about a ninja that must infiltrate a “fanatic group” to acquire proof of kidnapped women; time voyeurs is the man with a camera, and he’s eager to capture “something more” on the job!


Adult Content?
(F) Nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
One hour (est.)

Patch Available?
Not necessary.


Foreword: published September 7th, 2021


I received a free copy of this game for review purposes — thanks Nanidou!



Gameplay: published September 7th, 2021 (3/5★)


You must weave through guards and snap candid shots of “needed girls”! Each “flash” on your camera can be used to daze guards or snap a picture. There’s seldom enough flashes for everyone, so it’s important to tread carefully. While it’s possible to shake off guards, there’s a good chance you’ll gain more unwarranted attention long before the coast is clear. Doors are typically locked by randomized, color-coded sequences. You must watch watch and replicate the pattern while avoiding capture. Some doors are controlled via levers, giving you the opportunity to trap guards and photograph all of your “needed girls” without a care in the world!




Sexual Content: published September 7th, 2021 (1/5★)


There are thirty static CGs with writing intended to make your mind “go to places.” The writing is genuinely interesting, but it takes a lot of imagination to fap to a few provoctative lines. The CGs seem to be heavily cropped artwork. The cropping seems almost random, failing to show the “important bits”. Whenever you photograph a woman in-game, you’ll be treated to another entry from the gallery — it’s probably the least creative, least interactive way to implement adult content imaginable.




Story: published September 7th, 2021 (1/5★)


The “time voyeur” is a man that has been tasked with collecting evidence on the whereabouts of kidnapped women. When he infiltrates the “fanatic group” responsible, he finds himself collecting more than he bargained for!




Sound: published September 7th, 2021 (2/5★)


The music is thematically appropriate, but every time you restart a stage the track is reset. I got real sick of hearing the first few seconds of the one song on repeat. Whenever you lose, there’s an annoying sound that overstays its welcome (as if it’s there to taunt you). It didn’t take long for me to associate the sound with failure and frustration — it made me genuinely pissed off, and I had to mute the game to prevent myself from writing an angry review.



Visuals: published September 7th, 2021 (2/5★)


The titlescreen offers an enticing view, showcasing what you do in-game (in detail!) However, I thought the artwork seemed empty. It’s as if the artist took the graphics a little too much to heart, opting for flat and boring surfaces devoid of props. From the “Options” menu, you may adjust audio preferences. I was able to borderless-fullscreen the application using my “ALT” and “Enter” keys, but I couldn’t get rid of the black borders. I don’t think the game is intended to be fullscreened. Unlocked CGs can be viewed from the gallery, but the artwork can’t be fullscreened (not that it’d make a difference considering the god awful crop jobs). Graphically, the game is appealing but the sprites feel generic — I feel like I’ve seen them around Steam before.



Verdict: published September 7th, 2021 (2/5★)


If you’re looking for lewds, look elsewhereTime Voyeur is collection of seconds-long challenges that are designed to test your timing and memory. The stress and frustration tied to the gameplay mechanics are not suitable for an adult game. If you’re not interested in the “90 Medals to achieve”, the game could theoretically be beat in less than ten or fifteen minutes with careful play. If you’re not skilled with these kinds of games you may find yourself spending ten or fifteen minutes on one level. If you’re someone that enjoys bite-sized stealth and memorization, you may enjoy the thirty stages Time Voyeur has to offer. Otherwise, I can’t recommend this title to anyone interested in adult content or casual gamers. Time Voyeur is poor choice for relaxation or to “stay hard”. Once I got stuck on a stage, my playthrough was cut short — had I paid money for this game, I guess I’d only be allowed to play a third of the game?