So far it seems that the game is going well. I kind of wish Mercedes let you work more than one time but besides that it seems to be a decent early access.
A downloadable game for Windows
[Disclaimer - this game is still early in development]
Meet 18 years old twins Lena and Mike
Twin Star is a twincest, voyeurism, dating-sim, topdown sex RPG with 3D rendered hardcore action scenes.
You control either the male twin Mike or the female twin Lena as your character
The ultimate goal will be the seduction of your twin while gathering as many sexual memories as possible.
You have to form a bond with your twin over time to achieve this goal.
In addition you have a variety of tools at your disposal to perform all sorts of "memory gathering" in form of spy cameras, observation, blackmailing, and other sorts of mischievous actions.
These actions might interfere with the bonding progress of your twin but result in some fine material that you can keep or sell to earn some cash to upgrade your equipment even further for better quality material.
As with your relationship with your twin you start from scratch with your available equipment and work your way up.
you can support the game development on Patreon to get special rewards like early access and custom images
all fictional characters in this fictional game are at least 18 years old!
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yep, that's a bug I'm already working on to get fixed ;)
I thought that was just a WIP due to no dialogue for multiple shifts... Is it possible to add an FPS counter button into the game for testing areas?
nah, Mercedes was intended to be available every day every time except for "night"...
regarding the FPS counter... sure it would be not a big deal to add this to the F7 debug screen... but I never had the feeling to need to check for the FPS even tho I tested the game on some rather old hardware
do you have the feeling it stutters or freeze?
Not yet but when you start adding more and more scripts to it, it can happen. For example, I was helping someone bug test another RPG and of all things the Day Night system they added before I started helping was tanking a good 54 FPS making the game run at a high of 6. Just saying it will help probably.
6 FPS sounds indeed horrible ^^
Yeah which is why I suggested adding it because it may not be noticeable, but a drop from 60+ to say, 40 or 30 is still severe meaning something is causing it. It is mainly for those cases where you can't see the difference but it does drop.
What ends up happening is you add something to one map, it drops the FPS but isn't noticeable however you start adding more to the game and slowly it starts tanking in one map more and more till it gets to unplayable levels and you can't find it anymore due to all the stuff added sense.