It’s just a stupid puzzle game. Really.
No, it’s not what you think it’s about. …OK, well, maybe it is. A little. I promise you it’s not porn. But unless your boss already knows you have a habit of looking at big-thighed Chinese fox women, maybe you should hold off on this post until you get home. I mean, just to be sure.
No, your eyes are not fooling you. You’re really seeing a bunch of Street Fighter II characters MSPainted into furries. Keep in mind this WAS 1998, so stuff like DeviantArt wasn’t a thing yet, meaning this sort of thing was a lot less common.
So you might be wondering what kind of game this is. You see the Street Fighter characters and you assume a fighting game, right? Well, not quite…
So, yeah, it’s a puzzle game. And not a cool one like Puzzle Fighter, either, where there’s reflexes involved, and, you know, excitement. Basically… here’s how I think the game works. You put down one of your fox icons in one of four spaces in one of the boxes across the board. After a few icons, the box will go ‘critical’, and the next piece you cause will cause all the icons in a space to scatter. If any of the pieces that scattered belonged to your opponent, they turn your color. Other than that, I have no clue.
Confused? So am I! Let’s play anyway.
So, you pick from one of these four characters: Yiff Li, Ryiff, Zang’yiff, and, uh… Bob. Wait, Bob? Why not, I dunno, Pile? You know… Guile… Pile… Furpile… Wait.
damn furries look at what you just made me say argh this is all your fault
So, I only played a couple of matches of this, because, as I said, I have absolutely no idea what I’m doing. The first match went… landslidingly well for me.
In the second match, the AI actually put up something close to a fight.
So, yeah, that’s Yiff. Sorry if you were expecting something else, but trust me, with these graphics, it wouldn’t have even been that hot.