Socially conservative sea creatures have constructed a water filled screen to hide the Pretty Girls from view. But please don't panic! Use your special tool to penetrate the barrier and reveal the girls while avoiding getting caught. Girls will gradually disrobe from stage to stage to reward you for your success.
■ Your Mission
13 Pretty Girls in 50 stages are waiting to be exposed. After each stage you complete, a commemorative photo will be added to your Gallery. Complete all stages to achieve the status of Master of Pretty Girls Panic.
■ Game Play
・Direct your tool by using the arrow keys on the keyboard.
・Complete a cut by connecting back to an edge.
・The bigger the piece you cut out the more points you earn.
・Complete a stage by removing 75% or more of the barrier.
・You are usually safe on an edge but watch out for crabs!
■ Sea Creature Enemies
・Beware of enemy sea creatures who will try to stop girls from being exposed.
・If an enemy touches your tool or the line of your cut then your tool is lost.
・Lose all of your tools and it's game over for you.
・The further you progress the more powerful your enemies will become.
All characters include sexy voices in Japanese.
Pretty Girls Panic! is played like the old arcade game Qix, the goal is to fence off the screen by moving a figure that draws a line, once you connect two parts the smaller section of that area is filled in, in this game's case with an anime girl on a beach setting. You will want to avoid certain objects with your character and fill in areas that have bonuses in them. It's a low priced game but there really isn't anything interesting about the gameplay that sets it apart from other games in this style, the artwork shouldn't be interesting enough to draw your attention either. Not an awful game but there are better options.
From the first look, any adult gamer will see that Pretty Girls Panic! is a clone of Qix, that evolve among all these years into "hentaish" version. This isn't anything new even as there were games like that on the arcade where you tried to undress the cartooned style ladies. Still, I find this type of game very entertaining and this is not even because of the anime girls hid beneath the play field, the original idea introduced by Qix is even after all these years very fun to mess around with.
Pretty Girls Panic is not a game I am proud to have played, but I will review it nonetheless. The entire game revolves around revealing parts of the girls, which is disturbing in itself, but beyond that the game is not memorable and seems to be targeted at a specific audience. Graphically it's OK, I guess, but the main appeal is obviously eye candy. If you're turned on by 'sexy' anime girls, then by all means by this game, but I for certain did not have a great time with this game and found it to be shallow.
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