Yummy Girl is a lewd slider-puzzle game with a “hungry girls” theme.

Adult Content?
(F) Nudity.

Censorship?
No. Woot! Woot!

Hours of Gameplay?
One or two hours.

Patch Available?
Download as DLC.


Foreword


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



Gameplay: overview (3/5★)


Slide tiles to unscramble an image (and unlock a lewd CG!) There are twelve four-by-three puzzles to solve (twenty-four with the adult patch). Slider puzzles are frustratingly difficult if you don’t know how to solve them (but they’re otherwise easy). I started from the top-most, unsolved row, then the left-most, unsolved column. I repeated this process until completion (though in retrospect, I should have started with the left-most column, effectively creating a three-by-three slider-puzzle). You can cheat by pressing “CTRL” and “D” keys!



Sexual Content: overview (4/5★)


The base game does not offer any sexual content or nudity. There’s twelve animated, non-nude CGs. As long as the adult-patch is installed, a nude variant for each CG is added to the game. There isn’t any sexual content, but a few of the girls’ pussies drip with the uh, good stuff. While there is an emphasis on food in this game, it’s hardly sexualized. I saw a scene with a naked girl in a bucket of grapes, and lady dripping milk in her tea — but I wanted to see hardcore stuff!



Story: overview (1/5★)


There’s no story (but the store page reads, “The girls are very hungry, feed them, they are waiting for you.”)



Sound: overview (3/5★)


I found the soundtrack annoying, so I turned it off (but it sure sounded like “Relaxing music”). The sound effects are satisfying, but they seem inappropriate; I don’t expect to hear “plops” when moving virtual tiles.



Visuals: overview (3/5★)


There is no titlescreen (it’s straight to level-select!) Audio can be toggled via the “speaker” icon. When clicking a thumbnail, you may either choose to solve a puzzle (using that image) or view the image (minus the bulk of the user-interface). Unfortunately, at no point can the user-interface be completely hidden. Overall, I thought this game looks presentable.



Verdict: is okay (3/5★)


If you enjoy easy slider-puzzles, go for it — Yummy Girl is a dollar buy with decent artwork and functional gameplay. If you’re not a fan of puzzle games, I wouldn’t recommend this game. As much as I enjoy the artwork, there’s no interactivity or sexual content. Each CG is basically an animated, cutesy wallpaper (but unfortunately marred by the UI). If they were released as wallpapers, then I could see a another reason to purchase the game (if only to spruce your desktop). Yummy Girl is yet another unremarkable slider game with naked ladies, but it’s cheap and it works. I don’t have very many complaints (but I don’t have much good to say either).