Wizard Lady is a lewd memory game with a “wizard lady” theme.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
Gameplay: overview (3/5★)
Match pairs of cards to uncover an image! The first twenty levels offers sixteen-card boards, and the last twenty thirty-six. There’s a timer, but there’s no time limit and your time isn’t record (it’s kind of worthless). To complete any level (or uh, cheat), hit the “H” key!
Sexual Content: overview (4/5★)
There’s ten base, static CGs with three variations (for undress) each. I enjoyed the gallery — the ladies are of Wizard Lady are pretty hot (but it’d be nice if they didn’t just sit there and look pretty). There’s artistic errors here and there, but they aren’t as prominent as other IR Studio titles. I’d be happy to have these images on my desktop (wizard lady boobs for the win!)
Story: overview (1/5★)
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
Sound: overview (NA/5★)
I played this game muted — I won’t be judging it by audio quality.
Visuals: overview (3/5★)
The titlescreen is alright. The artwork is great, but the visual effects are little jarring. From “Settings”, you may adjust audio and display preferences. Images can be viewed from the “Book” — the user-interface is automatically hidden.
Verdict: is okay (3/5★)
Wizard Lady is another mediocre memory game — another piece of shovelware from IR Studio. If you like memory games, you’ll probably like this title. If the artwork interests you, be sure to pick up the “Artbook 18+” DLC. Otherwise, it’s a game you should pass.