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Future Fragments - Demo Release


It was only a few months ago that Lewdgamer covered its first article on promising Adult 2D platformer Future Fragments. The development team has been hard at work during this period and has finally released its first playable demo. Substantial promises were made in its initial stages, and now we will review the sincerity of those promises. I have to admit feeling somewhat skeptical, as I started up this demo. However, my skepticism was instantly taken away by the sheer quality FutureFragments depicts. Character animations and their respective mechanics are smooth, making jumps between platforms a hassles process.


The preliminary fighting mechanics in the demo do remain simplistic, as the player has only one alternative in attacking their enemies. Luckily, enemies are plentiful and possess a variety of different characteristics and interaction. Interaction can happen in two methods. The first is fighting and attempting to evade your enemies. The second is falling prey to their sexual desires. This scenario occurs when the main protagonist is temporarily incapacitated by an attack and has to either recover or temporary submit. More attacks will cause a “Game Over” to occur, although enemies will take advantage of the opportunity to abuse you even more. The demo is relatively short but shows great promise and few games generally impress me in this regard. This is not something I say lightly and I hope this game improves even more in the following months.


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