Secrets of Whispering Pines [V0.5 Day 6] [BLACKHEART GAMES]

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Editor's Rating

Story - 87%
Visual - 88%
Engagement - 84%
Core Loop - 90%


out off 100%

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

User Rating: 4.1 ( 40 votes)

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  1. I kinda enjoyed it, story is a bit meh and the fake options just ruins it to the point of being pointless to even have options, ill just give one example already at the beginning of the game, you talk with ruby after her bath with zoey in the room and you get the option to get a BJ or not, but when you click not a few lines later it says “i just came so hard thanks to zoey and hes getting hard again” and thats when you dident get a BJ…. i wish devs would stop making stupid options when the story is already set to a single storyline.

  2. Secrets of Whispering Pines starts off with a lot of promise, and the story does eventually deepen into something much more than a campground horror story. The characters tie into other BHG AVNs pretty well, but they are fairly sparse tie-ins overall. Sex is frequent enough so that you aren’t drowned in thousands of left clicks just to get through the story (which you’ll probably try to read at the least). Renders are fairly well done, and characters are mostly memorable. There’s only a little jealousy between them, which makes pursuing them mostly rewarding in the end. The models and their clothing/lighting are attractive, and keep the viewer engaged.

    The game suffers from some problems however, none of them small:

    – The author suffers from “can’t focus on 1-2 games at a time” syndrome. He’s constantly launching other titles and working on them to the detriment of older, unfinished ones like SoWP. He even admitted he’s forging ahead on one that maybe five people are following, while this one languishes without closure. One of his better titles (Personal Assistant) seems to be suffering the same way, and it’s just a sickening feeling to play a game like that knowing it will take YEARS more to finish because of his lack of organization and willingness to finish titles before starting others.

    – The Main Character in SoWP (the head of a police station in a small-ish town) is an utter, incompetent wimp. Armed with police training and a firearm, he is constantly taken out by lighter, younger, solo females with melee weapons, who have zero training in close-quarters-combat. He never clears corners when entering a room, has the eyesight of a blind bat and the hearing of a deaf buffalo, and just generally acts like a complete nincompoop. Every time he enters a dangerous situation (even if he’s primed to shoot on sight), he ends up on the receiving side of the punishment. A complete failure of a MC. If I was him I’d just slit my wrists and end the story, saving us from his repeated bumbling.

    – The non-MC characters in the game (mostly females) are apparently world-class actresses, pulling the wool over the MC’s eyes at every turn with little effort whatsoever. He basically believes anything he’s told, and the characters always have an excuse for anything he asks them about. “Folding like a house of cards” has nothing on this grade-A dolt.

    – The story (about 40% of the way in) derails quite heavily. Characters change location nearly constantly, and never listen to what the MC asks them to do. He simply grumbles and keeps trudging along, again accepting whatever excuse they give him. Over, and over, and over again. Eventually you find yourself wondering why you keep trying to follow the story and it’s headless-chicken-esque characters.

    I’d like to be able to recommend Secrets of Whispering Pines, but with the horribly elongated development schedule, and the convoluted story and characters, sadly I cannot. If you picked it up today, finished it in a few days, you’d probably be looking at an unfinished experience for several more years while other titles get developed (and go similarly unfinished).

    After my first 25% through this game I started to really like it, but it simply toppled over after that, and I don’t see any end in sight for the title. Sadly too, since it really did show promise, and one of his other titles (Personal Assistant) really hit home with me. Overall, across all the titles, disappointment has set in and doesn’t seem to be letting go.

  3. Wow, a fun dark game, until by the end.

    I started to get error occurred messages on Android every 3-15 seconds.
    “asylmusic not defined”
    “worry not defined”
    “door not defined”

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