Welcome to the Adventurer Inn! is a lewd management game about raping women.
(FxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
Three or four hours.
Download as DLC.
For the purposes of this review, the adult patch is installed. I will not be discussing the unpatched game.
Set your inn and lure hapless women (so you can rape them!) Each day, your inn will passively earn money. The amount of money you gain is based on your inn’s quality of service, such as food and furnishing. You’ll need money to restock on items, but the real reason you need money is to piss it all away on your “Military Score”. By hiring fighters, you’re able to go on expeditions to collect higher-quality materials. Combat is completely automatic, and whoever wins is strictly determined by strength and numbers. The goal of the game is to rape all the women, but those women won’t come unless you’re packing high-quality rooms (and they won’t let you rape them if you don’t have the drugs!) Once you’ve sufficiently raped your guests, they’ll come back for more as a “maid”. Maids will join your army, providing useful buffs. After a few in-game months, the game will end — but you’ll be able to carry over your money and items into a new save. It’s unlikely you’ll see every lady in one playthrough, so you’re gonna have to replay the game a few times if you want to rape them all.
This is a story about a friendly (and very perverted) innkeeper. His passion is raping women, and his play of crime is his very own inn! Whenever a woman pays him a visit, she can bet her ass that her ass will be on somebody’s menu!
The titlescreen looks promising. It’s creatively arranged and aesthetically pleasant. From “Recollection”, you may review previously encountered sex-scenes. There is no way to view only CGs or roll-back dialogue. When playing the game, the dialogue and menus can be hidden by right-clicking. By dragging your cursor to the top of the application, a drop-down menu will appear; from “System” and “Text” you may adjust display preferences; from “Volume”, you may adjust audio preferences; and from “Display”, you may borderless fullscreen or resize the application. Maybe it was just Windows 10, but whenever I fullscreened this game it was extremely difficult to minimize (without first disabling borderless fullscreen).
The ‘Goods’ (3/5★)
There are fifteen maids with six sex-scenes a piece; two of them are “Sleeping” scenes where they are raped as they sleep; two of them are “Drugged” scenes where they are exploited as they suffer the effects of aphrodisiac; one of them is an “Outdoor” scene that follows battles; and “Pregnant” scenes are a reward for recruiting “maids”. Each scene uses a base CG with variations for undress, progression and climax. However, I noticed a lot of CGs were reused between scenes. There’s new variations between them, but it does suck sexual content is so spread-out between fifteen characters. The writing is alright, but it would be nice if there was a way to better-navigate text. There’s a way to bring up a log, but if you miss a CG you’ll have to replay the scene from the main-menu. The artwork very high-quality, but the main “protagonist” is a fat, grotesque man — if you don’t like fat grotesque men, you won’t like any of the sex-scenes.
Wait for a big sale (and quality of life updates). Welcome to the Adventurer Inn! is a tedious grind one-hundred percent of the time. Much of the game is determined by RNG — if you roll poorly, you’ll end up wasting potentially hours of effort (or in extreme cases, losing the game). I had to save and reload every few minutes to offset poor RNG. I thought about quitting the game half-way-through, but I wanted to see if there was a time limit — there is, and it’s absolutely stupid. This game is tedious as-is. Being forced to periodically reset progress doesn’t add anything fun to the game. It’s nice to have your stuff from a previous game, but the only reason it resets is because there’s multiple endings. Welcome to the Adventurer Inn! is monotonous, but it’s kind of fun if you enjoy simple management games. . . but’s it’s not twenty dollars fun.