LoveChess: Age of Egypt
The world of videogames is such a vast place that there's a game for literally everybody out there. From massive epic adventures to family dramas, and sure there are tons of strategy games out there. But what yells strategy louder than a good old chess game? While this is not the usual old fashioned chess game it is still chess, just that it has some extras. Developer Artmunk brings us LoveChess: Age of Egypt, one very special chess game not suited for all ages.
About the game
From the name already you can tell that this is no ordinary chess game. This game is intended for an adult audience, and not because of the ability required to play chess. LoveChess: Age of Egypt is an erotic chess game, with an ambient action in ancient Egypt.
Aside from the chess part the game itself is very simple, you play a game of chess in which each piece is a naked character. As you move your pieces to take out your opponents they will engage in sexual intercourse. Yes, you just read that right.
Once you move your piece to defeat one of your opponent pieces, they start making out in different sexual positions until the other is defeated and banished from the table. Even while the game is very explicit and completely NSFW, it doesn't take things too seriously. Instead, it shows the sex scenes more playfully.
The game features a single-player mode, where the player will face an AI opponent in a very sexy Egyptian chess game. You can also choose from 10 difficulty levels, in case you're a beginner or a chess master. There's also the multiplayer mode, in which you can play online or with a friend on the same computer taking turns. A LAN option is available too, in case you want to connect from two separate computers over a local network.
This title is pretty much a sequel of some sort of LoveChess: The Greek Era, but it has many improvements. The game is completely rebuilt, even though they may look a bit similar internally is completely new. New AI helps to make the game feel more like a challenge or making it easy enough to just enjoy the visuals. This is also a great option in case you simply prefer the Egyptian aesthetic over the ancient greek one.
LoveChess: Age of Egypt is a simple game that delivers just what it promises. An adult version of chess with Egyptian themes. The visuals are nothing out of this world but they are good enough to make it work. It's also funny and an interesting take on a classic game too. There's a lot of room for improvement here, but keeping it simple just as they did was the best choice possible.
But even so, they could have added some unlockable content or some rewards to the game. Without this, the game loses a lot of replayability.
Graphics and Visuals: The board and the characters are completely 3D rendered. The models of the pieces are very erotically detailed, which makes it much more NSFW. However, the sexual intercourse animations are actually simple and not too realistic, although that likely was the intention.
Gameplay: There isn't much to say here, you click on one piece to select it and click the square you want to move it to. The 3D map can be rotated, and they also included a minimap to help you stay organized. In case you don't feel like spending all the time with the sex animations you can just skip them.
Sound: Yet again, nothing much to say here, a pretty basic soundtrack and average sound effects.
Download LoveChess: Age of Egypt
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
We've Had Battle Chess, now brace yourself for LoveChess, a game in which pieces take each other in a whole different way. In LoveChess: Age Of Egypt (to give it the name on its birth certificate), you play on a board of naked people (one side male, the other female). They bare no resemblance to the pieces they're supposed to represent, and you watch with mild embarrassment as two 3D models go at it in a variety of positions whenever a piece is taken. It's utterly gratuitous and about as erotic as walking in on your parents mid-tryst.
What's more, identifying who's who on the board is time-consuming, despite the inclusion of an accurate chessboard representation of your game in the lower left of the screen. Despite this, LoveChess does provide a half-decent game of chess, so if you're into cracking one off while cogitating about your next move, this is for you.