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Lovely Girls

Type of program: Game
Supported platforms: Win 95
Company name: Lomax Software
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Version: 1.0
Cost: $14.95
Installed size: 3.5 MB


This is a really cute game. You use the curser keys to move your 'spot' and you need to fill 75% of the screen. However, there are monsters, well actually they are just colored balls of light, but if they touch your line before you reach the wall-any wall-you die. [Of course the maniacal laughter they cut loose with when they get you; was, I'm sure, carefully chosen for it's 'drive-you-nuts' sound.] As you fill the screen, you will notice that the picture revealed is-lovely ladies! And since these lovely ladies are naked as jaybirds, this isn't a game for the kids. But don't worry, if junior stumbles over this, the pictures are tasteful. [kinda like the difference between Playboy and Hustler, both have naked women, but Playboy poses their models in artistic poses and Hustler offers free internal anatomy lessons with every issue.] Bared tits, but the 'other' plays peek-a-boo. When you do clear the screen, and the full picture is revealed; the screen moves both from side to side and up and down to view the oversized picture. To get rid of the picture and go on to the nest level, you have to hit escape. or enter [hey bachelors, I wonder just how long the picture would continue to show off-maybe you could play a level and have a 'different' screen saver....:)....]

The shareware version only has 3 levels, which is all thats on the first sector. Registering gets you all 7 sectors, which, except for the first sector, each have 6 or 7 levels. Each level has more monsters, when I started the 3rd level-first sector, I already had 4 of them after me; which means that very last level of the last sector on the registered version has to REALLY be a doozy, as hard as you will work for it. After all, its good, clean fun.

So, all prudes and bosom haters, BEWARE-this is a naked-and lovely girl warning; everybody else-give this one a try. I'm a woman, and I enjoyed the heck out of it!

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Reviewed by Stormy Strock

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