Corruption of Champions is a free single-player menu-driven pornographic text RPG that caters to transformation fetishists and is written in flash. This arrangement has produced both a steady stream of revenue for Fenoxo and a steady stream of updates for players and is probably more profitable than flat sales or subscription fees would be.
A single solemn tear begins its inevitable descent down my, you’ll excuse the artistic license here, perfect cheekbones, before I abashedly remind myself that this is an erotic text-based fantasy browser game.
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1.A great start
Corruption of Champions is sad, funny, sexy, ridiculous, and better written than arguably any game in the genre has a right to be. Being the champion of a small village, the woefully underequipped hero ventures forth through a portal to a land occupied by demons and makes camp at a crossroads to explore the surroundings.
Starting the game prompts a healthy options of customization, including gender selection and skin color, but just about everything can be altered thanks to the transformative properties of consumable items.
2.Fight mechanism and interaction in the game
The first hostile enemy is likely to be a low level imp, although unwinnable fights do pop up and at times the best option is to run away. Almost every creature wants to test the elasticity of the player’s orifices with or without their consent, so combat is a frequent occurrence.
A physical strike and seductive poses make up the basic attacks. Later this expands (amongst other things, ouch) to magical spells and special abilities affected by various attributes.
3.Not all creatures are hostile.
There are many of talkative critters in Corruption of Champions, willing to chat, ply their services, or join the camp as companions. The quality of writing mentioned earlier is noticeable throughout, extending to dialogue choices and a morality system which measures pureness/naughtiness.
4.Unique Dungeons system
Exploration is as simple as clicking the explore button. That’s really all there is to it, unlike the developer’s other game in progress called Trials in Tainted Spacewhich has a map. Dungeons are an exception because they have a fixed point and connected areas that can be navigated, but those are few and far between.
Most of the play time is spent on area-appropriate random encounters, and while the randomness can keep a specific encounter needed to complete a side quest out of arm’s reach, new encounters pop up all the time to keep areas fresh and relevant.
5.Events in the game
There was one encounter in particular that galled me, a three-part event leaving my character permanently unable to fight. My only attack was suggestive posing, and since the same event also came packaged with the exhibitionist fetish, my game was essentially unplayable. If there was a way-out then I couldn’t find it.
Basically, that’s an issue easily avoided by a quick load in a game otherwise seamless in its execution. The oldest replayed events can still surprise you hours later with hidden options based on a myriad of variables like the main character’s body type and traits.
Corruption of Champions’most subjective quality is the effectiveness of its erotic field. The writer’s repetitive descriptions of certain body parts might possibly rub some people the wrong way. It costs nothing to find out since the game is absolutely free, simply because prolific avenues of smut distribution outside of HBO are hard to come by, or perhaps owing to so much to community collaboration from the project.
Corruption of Champions was free and played to exhaustive lengths by Mark Richard on PC. The game can be obtained from the dev’s blog (NSFW) alongside their next collaborative community project Trials of Tainted Space, which has a Patron page.