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Reviews for "Megan & Claus: Through Dimensions (V0.01)"

Pretty short and not much by way of gameplay, but art is good and the plot has potential.

Cool and original storyline, and it's great to see porn games using a more interesting plot than "I'm a teenager who's never had sex". Can't wait to see where you take it from here, keep up the good work

First off, I do realize that this is a work in progress and hope to see it grow. Even for a teaser this game still seems a lot more like a visual novel than a point and click adventure just based on how the game progressed. That being said, I would be interested in seeing a Point and Click adult game, and I feel the concept could be very interesting granted the basic PnC logic of "use everything on everything" doesn't become an issue.

As for my review, the game itself seemed decent, no noticeable bugs or typos, and the story seemed very interesting. One problem I had with the main character was that I couldn't exactly get a read on her character, she seemed very vain and almost slutty at first, but then seemed appalled at the idea of having to fuck all the pirates, that seemed somewhat contradictory to me. The artstyle was good and the dialogue progressed very naturally and fluidly. That being said I will still have to give it a 4/5 because it is a work in progress and I hope to see much more from you, this project has a lot of potential and I can't wait to see how you work it out. :)

It's good to see most of the reviewers here are treating this game fairly, since it's the first version, and a work in progress.

I do appreciate the different approach to plot. This is an adult game with a story and explanation to it, yet not with a premise you'd initially expect. The protagonist is traveling through a variety of encompassing worlds, which should make the environments and characters you encounter as interesting as they would be diverse.

I can tell English is not their first language, the reversed exclamation point was a clue, lol. Still, I've seen plenty of games made by bi-lingual creators, and their writing certainly succeeds here in delivering comedy in this brief introduction.

While some of it features need polishing and additions, such as music/sound effects, I am convinced the potential of this game is worth attention. At least BunnyHips is aiming for something unique here, that much is clear. And I strongly feel it's because of that attempt at something new, why others here aren't dismissing them as another generic adult game.

For the next release, even if they can't expand too much on the art, they can compensate by adding additional dialogue, sound effects, and music to the next update. This will give people a better idea of what we can expect from future updates of the game, such as the personalities of the main characters.

To conclude, it's getting a nice amount of views and fair reviews, they're even already getting support on Patreon. I hope to see more content from you in the near future, and thank you for sharing your game with us :)

At this point it's more a visual novel than a point n' click adventure. Ofc you could argument that you have to point at the screen and click to advance through the text, but for me this is more click bate than a playable demo.

BunnyHips responds:

This is just a small sample, but the next updates will be more interactive. We still have a lot of work to do.
Thanks for your opinion!