Dominion [v1.05] [Fallen Angel Productions and Mylph Money]

This game contains Optional NTR, it can be avoided completely if you pay attention and don’t spam the skip button. If you don’t like NTR though you shouldn’t download this game.

Download for Windows/ Linux

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Download for Android - v1.04

  • swipe down to hide the ui
  • swipe left to roll back
  • swipe right to start skipping of text
  • swipe 2x left&right to open the game menu
  • swipe up&down to toggle a small window with memory usage information
  • longpress the save file thumbnail in the save/load screen to delete this slot

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Editor's Rating

Story - Dominion's story is admittedly thin, but it doesn't aspire to be a narrative masterpiece. Instead, it focuses on exploring the more titillating aspects of gaming. The lack of depth may disappoint those seeking a compelling storyline, but for those who prioritize other elements, this might not be a deal-breaker. It's a game that embraces its lustful nature, catering to a specific audience that craves seductive encounters rather than intricate storytelling. - 66%
Visual - In terms of visuals, Dominion aims to stand out from the crowd. The renders possess a unique art style that diverges from the common aesthetics seen in similar games. While the character designs might not appeal to everyone's taste, the attention to detail in the girls' bodies is undeniable. The visuals elevate the game's erotic appeal, creating an atmosphere that indulges in its provocative nature. Some additional variety in characters and environments would have been welcome, though. - 77%
Engagement - Engagement in Dominion fluctuates depending on personal preferences. The game offers a sandbox setting with limited activities, leading to occasional lulls where players may feel like they're waiting for something meaningful to happen. However, for those interested in its adult content, Dominion provides a constant stream of enticing encounters and temptations. The interaction with multiple characters, along with the grind to accumulate love points, keeps players invested in exploring the depths of their desires. - 72%
Core Loop - Dominion's core loop centers around building relationships and accumulating love points with the available characters. While the grind aspect can be tedious, it fits within the game's overall sensibility. The requirement to interact with all characters regularly may feel burdensome, but it adds a layer of complexity to progress in interpersonal relations. It's worth noting that non-consensual scenes (NTR) are present, which may be off-putting for players who don't appreciate this particular kink. - 70%


out off 100%

This review is based on author's perspective and actual experience may differ on individual's own preferences.

User Rating: 2.67 ( 32 votes)

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  1. Both games ‘Coming Home’ and ‘Dominion’ would be great if they were animations for the sex scenes versus only visual stills.

  2. Both games ‘Coming Home’ and ‘Dominion’ would be great if they were animations for the sex scenes versus only visual stills.

    1. There are plenty of Devs Vomond that do the same thing; it’s like some writers get a good idea for a new story in the middle of an established series, and try to do side work on a new story… and both suffer. Effectively, with Game Development in this niche avenue for it being as much of a crap shoot as to whether these games will get supported to start with, there’s a LOT more abandoned games than will ever be finished in full. Even the ones that are [Final] or “finished” are generally rushed to the end line ASAP.

      Sisterly Lust being a fair example. Good Girl Gone Bad comes to mind as well. There was a game I believe called either My Sweet Mary, or My Time With Mary that also claimed to be finished… and was rushed to the end in a way that borked so much possible character development it wasn’t even remotely funny. There’s Alexandra, and Dating My Daughter. Probably also Daughter For Dessert. All of those were “finished” to some extent… but the truth is I think either the dev had another idea they wanted to do, or got bored. If it wasn’t that they couldn’t figure out how to properly end each story. Which is funny as balls in the case of Alexandra at least, because on another site when I was a professionally paid reviewer for them, I did offer several possible suggestions to that effect. That were of course, summarily ignored.

      Note: I am in fact, agreeing with your assertion. As much as I’m also explaining it’s not as black and white as you make it seem. You aren’t wrong by a long shot; and if the dev abandons either project it will dent their subscribers’ trust in the ability to complete a given project. Which will lead to less financial support. Which is something I’ve been warning devs about for freaking YEARS. On several sites, and several pages on this one.

      1. It’s idiocy to leave projects unfinished that you understood the developer is the same! This will have a negative impact on the people who support him, as the sponsors will begin to understand that this developer cannot bring it to the final!

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