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Poker / Lorna

rated 2.28 / 5 stars
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Dec 7, 2009 | 9:05 PM EST

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In this free version, you will be able to strip Lorna down to her last 2 lingerie clothes. The game is fully functional. There aren't any betting involved in this game. When you win, she takes a piece of clothes off, when you lose she gains a piece of clothes back. If you lose, and she is fully clothed, you lose a piece of clothes. When all your clothes are gone, the game is over. Good luck. Have fun!

FYI: Lorna is a furry character from our Reckless Fur series first appeared on - an Adult Furry Fantasy website.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Funny how this game shows part of her nipple and is only rated T, yet most of the other demo games by this guy are rated M despite only showing cleavage and lingerie. Better yet the Blackjack game with Lorna is actually rated M despite being the exact same images as this one.

Anyway it's been awhile since I played one of these games but I've pinpointed the problems a bit better (other than only being a demo). The reason it seems like the computer might be more lucky than you sometimes is because it always goes second, after you have already changed your hand. More specifically, the cards that you change are not able to be picked up by the computer when it changes its hand, like in real poker. While this does let you safely throw away cards, it also gives the computer a better chance than you to draw any remaining cards in the deck that it needs. In other words, when you change hands, you're drawing from 42 cards (since you both drew 10 of the 52 cards). When the computer changes hands, it's drawing from as low as 37 cards (depending on how many additional cards you drew when you changed your hand). You might say that's not much of a difference, but poker is a game about odds and unfair is still unfair. Another thing that going second does is give you a better idea on what to go for, since you know what your opponent's hand is and what cards are left. A simple solution is to have the computer and the player alternate who changes cards first, like in real poker.

The other unfair aspect of the game is that you have to strip your opponent about 5 times to win, while if you get stripped just 3 times then you lose. That's not even considering the fact that you can't gain your clothes back while your opponent can. There's a few ways to remedy this problem. First you could make the player regain their clothes back before they can strip the opponent. More preferably though I'd rather have the player not strip at all. If the opponent is fully dressed then just have no penalty if the player loses the hand. Effectively it's the same as restarting the game, just faster and more convenient. The player doesn't need a penalty that would put them in a worse spot than if they were to just restart the game.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

not that good

it needs more removing on her side

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The same as the others

"Good luck. Have fun!"

I failed at both. I had the feeling the game cheats during almost every hand. Ridiculous odds for the completion of a high-end hand (flush, straight), and she gets it. This started to frustrate me to no end. And when the game keeps on discarding while I can no longer win with my current hand after discarding starts to feel like prolonged torture of my loss. The remarks made by the character often have no basis: "You almost had it", while I had no combination at all? "Better luck next time", while with two pair (two Aces, two Queens) I still get beaten by two Aces and two Kings?

After playing non-stop for more than half an hour, I decided to stop this sadomasochistic behavior. Improve the interaction with the character, make sure the remarks are correct to the situation, and stop when it is clear either the player or AI can no longer win, even after discarding.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Yet another gambling semi-nude demo...

The good:
The animation was good, and had a very visually appealing color scheme.
I like the fact that you don't have to hassle with betting some arbitrary amount of imaginary money to strip this character. The sound effects are appropriate and not nerve racking as they are in most of these type of games.

The bad:
Well, to start I think anthropomorphic animal creatures are kind of gross, creepy, and if enjoyed by people too much just hint toward their suppressed tendencies toward bestiality. That being said, the only real bad thing about this is it is just a demo and a tool designed specifically as an advertising measure to draw traffic and subscription numbers to your website.

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