Treasure Girl 3D is a lewd physics-based puzzle game with a “treasure” theme.


Adult Content?
(FxM) sexual content.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
Twenty minutes.

Patch Available?
Not necessary.


Gameplay: published November 22nd, 2021 (1/5★)


Not unlike the Lovely series, Treasure Girl 3D offers a series of physics-based puzzles. The goal of each level is to guide a coin into a chest by drawing interactive lines. You may only cover a limited ground, so it’s important to make the most out of your “pencil”. The levels are simple enough for a child (but I wouldn’t recommend putting that to the test!) Most of them can be solved with a basic ramp — though a few offer obstacles (such as falling objects), their impact on the game is negligible. Jhinbrush didn’t even try.




Sexual Content: published November 22nd, 2021 (1/5★)


There are twelve sexual animations to unlock. The models look great! The smooth color palette and toon-like hair gave me Fortnite and Overwatch vibes — I rather enjoy this style of artwork. Unfortunately, the animations are total trash. With only a few seconds of material, it doesn’t take long for them to go stale. The quality isn’t there, and the interactivity is shit. To cycle through animations, you must rapidly mash the mouse button (and I mean rapidly!) When I’m on the fap-fap, I want both hands on the prize, not on my fucking mouse pad. As you jack off your mouse, the animation speeds up. This is a typical feature of button-mashing sex-scenes, but Treasure Girl 3D goes way too fast — like, there’s no lube in the world that could keep up! Once you cycle through each animation, you’ll get to enjoy a jarring transition into a static “climax” with painted-on cum effects — lame!




Story: published November 22nd, 2021 (1/5★)


There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)



Sound: published November 22nd, 2021 (1/5★)


Four-second, stock guitar riffs make me want to forget how to hear for a while. The sound effects are fine, but everything else is a form of torture. A few seconds after the first level, I turned off the music.



Visuals: published November 22nd, 2021 (2/5★)


If somebody showed me this game and told me it was a child’s first project, I’d believe them. Treasure Girl 3D is a visually abhorrent game. The animation and sprites are crude and poorly mesh together. If I had to wager a guess, Jhinbrush palmed some premade content and named the game after them. The user-interface is confusing and mistranslated (I’m gonna be nice and give Jhinbrush the benefit of a doubt English isn’t their first language.) When viewing unlocked CGs, there is no way to hide the (very ugly) user-interface.




Verdict: published November 22nd, 2021 (1/5★)


Wow, such awful! This is an terrible game — Jhinbrush, you should feel bad about yourself. Though mechanically sound, Treasure Girl 3D has only mundane, no-effort gameplay to offer. The animation is mediocre, but the models aren’t half-bad! If only Jhinbrush actually tried! Treasure Girl 3D deserves your money as much as the developers care about this game — in other words, not at all. If you’re interested in similar gameplay, I recommend checking out the Cute Honey games. They offer mechanically and visually interesting puzzles in addition to wonderful animated hentai. As it turns out, Jhinbrush is responsible for Click Quest, a mediocre (but not outright awful) clicker gamer. I know Jhinbrush is capable of making mediocre games — I can only wait to see if the upcoming Treasure Girl 3d 2 is any better than terrible!