Fuzoku Frame [18+], it’ll make you wonder why you buy these games.
I was searching for visual novels when this game came up–which is weird, because it’s not a visual novel at all. The only part it got right is the visual part. But hey, I’ve played these types of puzzles games where there was also portions of visual novel segments to the game. It just…wasn’t here.
Who is this game for?
When did my interest get piqued?
It never did.
Explanation to Negative Feedback
There’s no difficulty to the puzzles at all. Even when they’re being recycled over and over again. No turning the pieces. No challenge of even more pieces on the board. Just…easy peasy.
It’s the same music, and it’s the same female saying the same things with the same moan through every puzzle. At first it was fine, but then it got annoying.
If you think this artwork that has nothing in common with one another and has totally different styles was created by anyone on the dev team and not randomly stolen from other artists, you’re kidding yourself.
It’s not even artwork that’s top tier, either–though I’m not shaming the pieces.
Explanation to Positive Feedback
I have nothing good to say about this game.
Links Worth Checking Out
50 of them
Fuzoku Frame [18+] is a traditional puzzle game that anyone can easily figure out. You have to solve a puzzle to get a reward and unlock next level. A large number of achievements will allow you to decorate your Steam profile. If you are only interested in girls there is the possibility of skipping the level. Perfect for relaxing after a hard day at work or a tiring gaming session.
Depends on if you want keep playing the game for all achievements. Otherwise less than 30 minutes.
The whole point of this game is to piece together puzzle pieces to get the image you want to see.
Fuzoku Frame [18+] Review
Why do I buy these games and play them, expecting them to be somewhat good?
This is a sad case of a money-steal, because while there are 50 Steam achievements, the game simply recycles the same 8 puzzles over and over and over again, with no change in difficulty or anything. So yeah, there are a lot of achievements to gain, but for what? To look at the images you looked at a handful of puzzles ago? Hello? Maybe change things up, make them more difficult, make us work to complete the puzzle, like puzzle piece rotations? More pieces?
No, that’d be asking too much from a game that already has 50 achievements to its name.
That make no sense–image-wise.
Speaking of images, the artwork depicted in these puzzles have a different style to them, which makes me think they were just randomly grabbed from wherever they could find them. And the animations? Hardly anything worth holding your attention.
The images that do have movement to them–and not all of them do–only have a stretch and pull kind of animation. Simplistic. Not really worth getting hot and bothered over.
The only nice thing about this game is it has naked women in it.
But only 8.
It’s such an eye-roll of a game. Stolen art. Easy puzzles. Lackluster animation quality. Repetitive female saying “yamete kudasai” over and over again with little moans. No changes on any puzzle, just the same voice, the same words, and the same music.
If I wanted to go into zombie mode and play a game, then yea I probably wouldn’t mind bull-dozing through it until I nabbed all the achievements. But as it stands? I’m not a zombie and it’s not a compatible mode as of yet.
Fuzoku Frame [18+]
- Easy puzzles
- Same sounds
- Stolen art