Pretty Girls Panic!

Socially conservative sea creatures have constructed a water filled screen to hide the Pretty Girls from view. But please don't panic! Use your special tool to penetrate the barrier and reveal the girls while avoiding getting caught. Girls will gradually disrobe from stage to stage to reward you for your success.

? Your Mission

13 Pretty Girls in 50 stages are waiting to be exposed. After each stage you complete, a commemorative photo will be added to your Gallery. Complete all stages to achieve the status of Master of Pretty Girls Panic.

? Game Play

?Direct your tool by using the arrow keys on the keyboard.
?Complete a cut by connecting back to an edge.
?The bigger the piece you cut out the more points you earn.
?Complete a stage by removing 75% or more of the barrier.
?You are usually safe on an edge but watch out for crabs!

? Sea Creature Enemies

?Beware of enemy sea creatures who will try to stop girls from being exposed.
?If an enemy touches your tool or the line of your cut then your tool is lost.
?Lose all of your tools and it's game over for you.
?The further you progress the more powerful your enemies will become.
All characters include sexy voices in Japanese.
* Please note: This is a puzzle game with sexy characters but no nudity.
* Characters and character images used under license from their respective owners.
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10
Processor: 2GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX Compatible video card with Pixel Shader 3.0 and Vertex Shader 3.0 support
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX-compatible sound
Minimum Requirements
OS: 10.9.2 or greater
Processor: Dual Core
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Graphics Memory: 1 GB
Storage: 1 GB available space
  • BlueCatPK 18 Apr 2018

    It's an uninspired Gals Panic clone (which itself was a Qix clone, but that's beside the point. Gals Panic got so many clones it became its own genre.)
    Technically it works, but it's really boring.
    Your character is too slow; There's no challenge; All levels are all pretty much the same thing (the only difference being, that sometimes there are a couple more or fewer enemies, and in later levels, they're a little bit faster.)
    The characters (i.e. the one thing you are supposed to care about in this game,) while technically well drawn, are also really monotonous.
    They're all drawn in the same basic, static posture, facing the player straight on; If that was not repetitive enough, you will play with each character between 3 to 5 times, with the only difference being a slightly different swimsuit; And they're not even original characters. They're either taken from another game or were included in the engine (I couldn't be bothered to check which one it is.)

    Even though beating the game takes only about 1,5 hour, I was already tired of it halfway through and had to push myself to actually finish it.

    Another thing to mention would be the Steam Achievements, which are tied to finishing every single stage, besides a couple levels near the end of the game, probably because they ran out of letters and single digits to use as pictures for them (which by the way, was the most unimaginative thing they could've done while making them.)
    And while it doesn't really matter to the game itself, it shows just how half-assed this whole project was.

Pretty Girls Panic!
$1.99 $0.90
Title: Pretty Girls Panic!
Genre: Casual
Released: 20 December 2016
Developer: Zoo Corporation
Publisher: Zoo Corporation
  • Single-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Steam Leaderboards
UI Audio Subs
English
Japanese
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