The Fixer [v0.3.0 Part1] [Sam_Tail]

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  • 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 - 81%
Visual - 79%
Engagement - 84%
Core Loop - 82%


out off 100%

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

User Rating: 4.03 ( 19 votes)

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  1. Not sure whether this has been abandoned or not since the last update reads before Christmas of last year, but on the off chance it’s still active and waiting for support here’s my two cents. For whatever it may be worth.

    First, do note I’m not a huge fan of anime so the art style does little for me.
    Second; while I like the customization options, note that the Pregnancy feature would have been far more appealing (and likely easier to manage) if you’d offered a MALE and female option. Don’t just go for the yuk yuks mate. It’s not as funny as you think it is – and by the way, most transplants in real life either do fail (which is why the patient has to be on immuno suppresants the rest of their natural life) OR either the patient themselves if not a spouse will ask for the transplant to be taken out if it’s non critical. BECAUSE it’s a jarring experience. In general. Not the best introduction you could have come up with.

    The stats are all too hard to raise – they cost you too many days (and I swear MC spent about 12 days in cycle. In reality the window is generally 3. With the fact that semen can survive inside a woman for a week, it gives on average a 10 day window if both are fertile. Yes I am a geek, and I do look this stuff up) Even when I had max physique – which I will cop I had to use cheat codes to get for reasons I’m about to get into; the reporter dude didn’t manage to fuck me. Yes, I picked Guy Origin (which should not matter) IF I choose the I am DTF option, that’s the player telling your game what they WANT to see. Do not make your MC deny it for some arbitrary stat bar that ISN’T even listed. properly. It doesn’t matter if Pregnancy is IN the game, if I am never going to figure out how to GET TO SEE those scenes. Also the reason there should be a guy MC – I don’t care to see pregnant women if MC is NOT the one that bred them!!! Jesus, I don’t know how so many of you fuck this “kink” up. It’s really not that hard to understand. Guys ARE possessive. We WANT to breed – even if it’s subconscious – and in reality that point IS often a) NOT our choice at all, and or b) denied us despite what we might personally want. Which is why it’s even a “fetish” in the first freaking place.

    The jobs also as best I could see offer max $10 a day. The tavern should have tips that can get MC INTO sexual situations, and be A LOT more than that. The economy for the wardrobe is almost as borked as the wardrobe function itself. If the character KNOWS that a set activity requires X clothes a) she should just auto morph into it, and b) The organization that TRANSMUTED MC into a FEMALE against HIS will should be happy to pay for ANYTHING the MC needs. Period. They want it to be hush hush; one thing you SHOULD be able to do is strong arm the asshole doctor that says the organization has a “trust issue.” Point blank, it’s medical malpractice which would cost every single freaking one of them their license to practice at the very least. Not to mention I doubt a board for medical ethics or any kind of legal organization that would advocate patient rights wouldn’t have a bloody field day. If they’re smart enough to call it a “trust issue” they’re smart enough to KNOW that. Literally with the economy you have, EVERY. SINGLE. ITEM. the player wants should be FREE. Because it would still cost them less than the payout when they get sued into bankrupcy and then arrested for crimes against humanity. [That’s disregarding the fact that slicing through the cerebral cortex to put the brain in someone else would actually kill the patient. 100% of the time – unless you want to tell me they created nanobots to reconstruct nerve cells at a speed at which the brain might survive; which gives about 5 minutes I believe before it becomes a risk of mass brain damage. But at that point you’ve created Wolverine; with collosal food costs to sustain the nanobots] I digress… point being, the premise is a hard sell. It borks the kink because it’s not females BEING pregnant that most people who find that to be a draw actually like. For most, to at least many, it’s the act of conception in and of itself. The primal draw in creating life. The risk that it can happen, feeding off the natural desire for it to do. Especially in the minds of those who feel they’ll not likely get that chance.

    Overall, the game has potential. However, if you’re going to make a player build stats, and then make that consecutively harder to gain the higher you go; do NOT. EVER. Penalize the stat gain. Not for Physique. Not for Intellgence. It’s actively punitive and makes most players feel like Sisyphus. I’m not looking to roll a boulder endlessly up that hill, just to get a fantastical version of a body I’ll never personally have (especially because I’m not a girl… ) I’d say with perhaps some pun intended, there are a few kinks to work out. Yet I wouldn’t necessarily call it a badly made game. A diamond more like, in the rough. But with a bit of true polish, maybe I could do more than be some random girl’s best friend?

  2. I agree, its underrated in quite a few ways. If I could donate money to help further the game in a few ways, I would not hesitate, but sadly, being disabled limits funds. As is, would love to see something along the lines of having the option for roommates for the apartment, choice of same gender or mixed, as well as interesting “incidents” being an option.

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