The Engagement is the story about you and people around you. You are on a business trip with Suzie (your best friend’s girl). You have this chance to have her for yourself. But you may lose your current girlfriend, Emily. Each decision makes a different outcome. Can you have all the girls or no girl? It’s all your decisions.
Some explanations about playing The Engagement:
Download for Windows/ Linux
Download for Mac
Download for Android
- 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
Download Walkthrough & Mod
MAC: Unzip the mod -> Right-click your “The Engagement.” app -> Click “Show Package Contents” -> Open the “Contents” then “Resources” folders -> Hold the Option key and drag the folder named “game” from the mod to the “autorun” folder -> Click merge
CG (computer Graphics) is basically only the images and videos form the game without the game files themselves. You don’t need them in order to play the game. Download them only if you wish to browse the images and videos without playing the game itself.
Story - 68%
Visual - 86%
Engagement - 61%
Core Loop - 73%
out off 100%
This review is based on author's perspective and actual experience may differ on individual's own preferences.
@ Bonnie – There’s a sequel to this game as well, that pretty much completely ignored anything I did to build things in this game. So while it stated Harem, it wasn’t one for me. The thing about rivals in the harem is it can be done; but the MC should always be the glue holding it together and SHOULD be able to spank both of them to make them see they have to get along. To keep him happy, if they want to keep their place with him. As far as I played this or the last one, the author put more focus on making the GIRLS happy, in order to get a “harem.” Which really ISN’T how the dynamic ever works in the longrun. (It’s the difference between a dating sim, and a proper harem actually)
I’m not even sure the sequel was ever finished. I certainly didn’t finish this one. [I tend not to like minigames in general, or multiple choice questions I have to look up the answers to on the internet, just to bork the MC out of points with a girl] Once I’d gotten as far as I think was current at the time in this game (which was near the endgame if I recall right) I actually found it very jarring the author had split into a sequel BEFORE they’d fully finished this game. It’s bad practice in writing, and a sure sign that unless you are VERY skilled at compartmentalization, you probably will muddle both stories.
Being fair, the models were good, the renders were decent – but the Fiancee fucking anyone else was a NOPE. All of the women being quite so willing to entertain others at all was a red flag to me… and while I liked the second (true) love interest, adding the sister to compete with her at the tail end was another point that just didn’t need to happen. [Or if it did, there should NOT have been consequences, since it’s tagged Harem] I’d mark this for myself as a game that began with potential, and then just went right off a cliff for some… questionable (or is it questionaire) decisions. * Wait… it was a prequel?!? o. O Ooof… well, that explains… actually nothing. Gah. I mean as a sequel it was still a bad call; a prequel makes absolutely no sense. Not to mention negates the “meeting” X characters in the first game, since MC should already by rights know them. And actively be dating them… oh, bloody hell, man. I will have to thank you for that clarification. I’m less (and also more) confused now.
The GRAPHICS is PRETTY GREAT. However the STORY is VERY WEAK and SHORT. I think the Asian American (maybe Vietnamese) Author need a LOT of IMPROVEMENT!
Can’t even download