bullshit that such games cost money
Strip Crazy Eights
A downloadable stripcrazy8 for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android
Strip Crazy Eights is a game within a game extracted from the forthcoming Hopepunk City. It is an addictive, fast paced short card game (typically two to five minutes) involving trying to get your opponents naked.
Player character can be male of female. You play against three female opponents: Ariane (the “cheeky” one), Rachel (the “smart” one), and Maya (the “quiet” one).
The card game is a variation of Crazy Eights where each starts with 5 cards and a face up card is dealt. Similar to Uno™ where on your turn you must match the face up card’s value or suit, or if you can’t do it, you have to draw a card.
Having too many cards, or drawing too often will lose a player clothes. If someone plays all their cards, everyone but the winner loses clothes.
Game ends when someone is naked. There are often multiple losers. Since games are short, you’ll want to play over and over.
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can you do penalties for losing or something? Awesome game btw
Well, this is a bit of a welcome surprise. An actual strip game! And a rare one with both male and female protagonist options.
All in all, it's not too bad, but pretty rough around the edges. It's very quick to play, which isn't inherently bad, but it leaves a lot to be desired. There is some minor character dialogue, but since there isn't any real variation, and the players don't interact at all, it makes it feel a little lifeless. I presume some of this would be different in the actual game.
But for a demo, it delivers on strip gameplay. It just could use some more life to it, I think.
Yes, I have actually done similar games in the past, and if I were to make this a major release, there would be a lot more options, like alternate random dialog, alternate situational dialog ("You changed the suit? I needed it to stay what it was.") and maybe different play styles for each character. I might add different characters, locations, music and sound effects. Maybe a 2.0 version in the future.
This game was actually made for the most part in just two days. Most of my games have stories to tell, can take hours to play through, and about two years each to make, so making one in two days was different.
As much as I like games that tell stories, I also like short fun time wasters, especially on my phone when I am stuck waiting somewhere. That's what this is: a game you can pull up on your phone to play a short game while you wait.