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It’s been a while since I’ve done an eroge review but I’m baaaaaaaaack!
Today I am going to be reviewing Project QT on Nutaku.
I want to preface that this review is only a review of the desktop version as I do not have an Android phone.
I LOVE match games so hentai + a match game always gets me excited! I played up to level 20 over a span of five days. I unlocked 10 characters and four monster girls without spending any money which is pretty good.
You collect monsters by beating whole areas in the story mode and then you can take care of them in your room and seduce them. Oh la la.
One thing I really like about this game is the depth of ways you can play. You can play story mode, arenas, dungeons, invasions, and a lot more! Another thing I really like is the character art. This is one of my favorite fighter characters:
The characters each have full illustrations AND chibis for during battle. The battle system is a lot like Puzzles & Dragons where you make matches to trigger attacks.
You can play with full control, semi-auto control, or let it take complete control with the auto attack. Auto is nice if you would like to go through a bunch of stages while multi-tasking but sometimes when times get rough, you need to take full-control.
Overall, I think this game is worth it and a totally fun free-to-play game. If you want the top tier gals, you will either need to play A LOT or spend money though. Below is a summary of the pros and cons I experienced in the first 20 levels.
Great art! (Seriously, I love these girls!)
There is a lot to do in this game!
Auto is great for multi-tasking
Getting summons for free is pretty easy
Unlocking the hentai is pretty easy
The sounds are pretty repetitive
I can’t play this game as a woman protagonist