What if your girl was a frog? is a lewd swippy-swappy puzzle game about a frog turned lady that falls in love with a young man.
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Gameplay
Chapter Three: Sexual Content
Chapter Four: Story
Chapter Five: Sound
Chapter Six: Visuals
Chapter Seven: Verdict
Chapter Two: Gameplay (4/5★)
What if your girl was a frog? is a traditional swippy-swappy puzzle game. The goal of the game is to exchange the positions of scrambled tiles unlock animations. There are twelve puzzles to solve with sixteen tiles each — the difficulty is trivial.
Puzzle enthusiasts may enjoy adjustable difficulty.
Chapter Three: Sexual Content (5/5★)
There’s twelve CGs total, but only seven of them feature nudity or sexual content. The first five are story pieces, showing the heroine exploring her newfound body. The artwork is really beautiful, and it’s nicely animated. There are regions that move a jelly-like, but for the most part it’s wonderfully done. However, I am a little disappointed by the lack of creativity given the subject material. I was expecting the heroine to act like a frog, perhaps gobbling up the hero’s wiener or employing an extra long tongue. All that separates her from any other girl is her outfit — seems like a missed chance for creative freedom.
It’d be cool to see basic interactivity or toggleable climaxes.
Chapter Four: Story (3/5★)
It’s best not to ask too many questions. Just admire the presentation.
The story kicks off with a young man walking in the rain. He takes a seat — in the rain — and a frog spots him. She falls in love and hippity-hops inside a nearby, open bag. He takes the bag home, unwittingly delivering his future lover to his bed. With a wave of his wand a wizard frog transforms the her into a human — and thus begins the game.
Man, I walk in the rain all the time, where’s my sticky waifu?
I enjoyed the outlandishness of the story, but it doesn’t make any sense. Why would a frog fall in love with a boy? It’s not like he was wearing a frog hoodie. Where did the backpack come from — it wasn’t shown in the first panel. Where did the wizard frog come from? Was the bag his home?
I forgot — It’s best not to ask too many questions.
Chapter Five: Sound (5/5★)
Section I: Soundtrack
What I heard was hip and modern, which is setting appropriate. I wouldn’t call them frog sounds, but there are a lot of peculiar chirps played in some of the tracks.
Section II: Sound Effects
I loved the sound effects! They’re really satisfying to hear, and there’s this super cute froggy transition screen that plays whenever you switch screens. It kind of sounds like something you’d hear from a Mario game. Sex scenes are pretty satisfying to hear, complete with loud, lewd sounds and appropriate sound effects.
Section III Voice Acting
There are no spoken lines in this game, only hentai-eske moaning and panting. It sounds super cute, and it appears to be randomized — insuring sex-scenes don’t go stale too fast.
More moans. More moans per scene means they’ll last a lot longer before going stale.
Chapter Six: Visuals (4/5★)
Section I: User Interface
What if your girl was a frog? has a really pretty UI, but it’s a little confusing to navigate. At first, I thought there were only six levels in this game — until I realized to navigate the main-menu, you must click on a pair of semi-translucent arrows situated at the top of the screen. I tried dragging my cursor, but alas, my efforts were for naught.
Add drag control to the main-menu, and make the UI toggleable while viewing animations.
Chapter Seven: Verdict (4/5★)
What if your girl was a frog? is a great game; it’s a cromulent, entry-level swippy-swappy experience with great artwork and high overall polish. If you’re an achievement hunter, you’ll be delighted by the easy and adorable prizes that await. I can’t believe Hunny Bunny Studio is still selling games of this caliber for a buck — I definitely recommend.