There are times when you just don’t feel like watching animated hos fuck without working for it, and that’s exactly what this Seven Angels review is all about.
Just to give you some background, the Seven Angels is a game released via the Nutaku app, which could be played on Android, iOS, or PC. It’s a dating game in the traditional Eroge—or Japanese Erotic game— genre, but with a few interesting features to spice things up.
And upon playing Seven Angels for a few hours, I’d say that it’s a pretty decent gaming experience featuring some very indecent animated bitches.
The main gist of Seven Angels is that you initially play the game in a fictional dating app not unlike Tinder, except you’ll be interacting with far more interesting animated ladies in this filthily addictive game.
For one, the first level—or “episode”, as the Seven Angels refers to it— thrusts you into a conversation with a sultry succubus with a raging revenge boner for her ex.
You interact via an in-game chat where the game allows you to select from a variety of pre-set responses to whatever the fictional female says. Now, these responses will determine how the story moves forward, which if you’re lucky the character will send you some delicious nude pics that you could add to your in-game collection.
So, in that sense it’s pretty much your usual eroge fare. But like I said earlier, there’s a twist involved in this game that will keep you hooked.
Aside from the standard character interactions, the other aspect of this game involves challenges that you have to accomplish in order to move the story along.
These challenges turn the game from a dating simulation into a full-blown Candy Crush rip-off where you literally have to smash balls in order to gain points. The only difference is, this version has you tapping on balls with animated penises and vaginas on them, and that’s pretty much it.
Much like Candy Crush, objectives in these challenges vary from scoring a set number of points to gathering as many given sets of balls as possible, which honestly would keep you entertained in spite of the tired old genre this mini-game belongs to.
What I like most about Seven Angels is that it’s pretty much a casual mobile game but with the added perks of in-game narrative.
It’s separated into two seasons, with each season comprised of 10 “episodes” (which is just another word for levels). Each episode will feature a specific anime fox whom you could coax into sending nudes, with each of them having about 58 ungodly pics to unlock.
Additionally, the game also eventually gives you animated sequences once you reach a certain level in the game.
But don’t get your hopes too high: these animated sequences are just flash animations of a single in-game fuck scene. Still, it’s way better than most of the shit you could find in other games. At least this one bothered to grace players with moving pictures of anime titties.
When it comes to the pictures themselves, I’d say the developers did a pretty good job in illustrating these horny anime girls in the way they opted for a really bright color palette. It’s enough to get you half a chub, which is exactly what an eroge is for.
However, Seven Angels is far from perfect.
Much like most free-to-play games out there, Seven Angels suffers from the dreaded P2W scheme (Play 2 Win). That means you either grind it out in order for you to progress or you pay actual money via the Nutaku app to speed up the process.
In Seven Angels’ case, you’re going to need Energy, Rubies, and Diamonds.
You use Energy in order to interact with the in-game hos of this game; the rubies are used to open up challenges and shorten any in-game waiting time; and diamonds are there for in-game bonuses.
Now, Energy replenishes overtime—about every 3 minutes or so—, but rubies and diamonds could only be obtained by beating certain challenges in the game. Of course, if you’re willing to shell out a few real-world bucks, you could always to purchase them from Nutaku.
However, even if you’re just playing this casually, you’ll find that there are ways Seven Angels gives its players a fighting chance to earn these in-game currencies.
Apart from the main game where you chat with anime girls and beat Candy Crush-like challenges, Seven Angels also feature a lot of side quests that reward you with a few rubies or diamonds along the way.
These quests, though, tend to be a bit bland since they’re using the same Candy Crush mechanics. But honestly, it’s far better than having to shut off the game for a few hours because you need to gather some Energy up.
For one, there are daily quests you could do, then there are character-specific quests that reward you with rare in-game collectibles as well. Then, there are limited-time events that happen in-game as well that you could join.
In all honesty, Seven Angels is a game that would have been better off being a paid app. I’d rather pay to receive all it has to offer than be charged piecemeal the way P2W games do. It’s unfortunate that this game fails to reach its full potential due to the way it’s released.
However, that doesn’t make all its positive qualities any less valid: from the serviceable art style of the game, its chat format that update the eroge genre, right up to its rewards of various anime pussies and titties, Seven Angels is very well-presented.
Seven Angels has a plethora of anime bitches to choose from
The game is pretty lengthy for a free-to-play release
Numerous in-game rewards and perks
Pay to win, which means you grind or cough up some cash
Challenges tend to get a bit boring
In-game waiting time ruins the experience a bit