I was really excited for this when I stumbled across it on Twitter. A competitor for HTH? Finally! Sign me up, just so I don't have to sign up for HTH!
And then within the five minutes of starting up the game, I went from kinda hopeful to actually intrigued about the whole concept... before belly flopping back down to the earth with a heavy disappointment.
Now yes, I know it's early access and very bare bones and the creators need more money and all that... but this is NOT the way to launch a new game.
Just a horrible cash-grab and a complete fucking tease... and not in a good way. A large world with barely anything with actual substance in it and you won't get even 5 minutes in without the game asking you for real life money for the sex scenes. This is like a hooker, who barely even touches your dick, before calling it quits and then bills your credit card for a full hour.
You wanna start off a game like this, you better have something to hook the people in with.
Even the dozens of crappy Facebook games know that the best way to hook a person in, is to give you a lot at the beginning and then tell the player that with money/support, you can get even more out of it.
Or if you don't want to do that, then just make it a compact little demo with like two of three areas that showcases what your game is about and what it aims to do. Hype it up with promises of what's to come and then at the end of the demo, ask people for their help/support. Yes, basically what sites like Kickstarter and Patreon are based on. You know, stuff that ACTUALLY makes people money!
Just all around horrible start for a game that actually shows promise within the first couple minutes, only to get trampled by the creator's over eagerness to cash in and show off.