Rescue your possible WAIFU from the space alien invasion. Simple EASY TO PLAY strip women up action game! Destroy the deep infected clothes to save the girls from the fatal virus!
Star Features * 8 Ecchi Waifus to save. * Uncensor unlock system. A.K.A: Clear view system. Play fullyRescue your possible WAIFU from the space alien invasion. Simple EASY TO PLAY strip women up action game! Destroy the deep infected clothes to save the girls from the fatal virus!
* 8 Ecchi Waifus to save.
* Uncensor unlock system. A.K.A: Clear view system. Play fully censored or uncensored, your choice
* Unlockable one hand mode with Sausa-Ship. Perfect for... er... playing with with a mouse.
* Online leaderboards. Share your online scores all over the world!
* Multiplayer: play alone or with a friend local or via team Remote Play Together.
* Gallery with nice visual effects, ready to be printed naked or dressed.
* High quality art.
* Standard (easy) and Arcade difficulty modes.
* 8 different boss / guardians.
* Bonus levels.
* 5 unlockable ships . They are different from each other! Lots of power-ups.
* Arcade feeling.
* Horse Ninja savior. It's the main character.… Expand
Jul 22, 2020Waifu Uncovered has a laser-focused target audience and it caters perfectly to that audience. If you fall outside of that demographic, how much you’ll enjoy this game will depend entirely on your receptiveness to hand-drawn, mildly lewd pinup-style art and puerile humour coupled with solid shoot ‘em up action. It perhaps lacks a little longevity besides chasing high scores on the online leaderboards — but if you’re looking for a quick fling with an affordable game you don’t have to think too hard about, this is a great palate-cleanser for when you’re between more substantial experiences.
Jul 14, 2020People who come to it looking for a quality SHMUP are going to be disappointed. It's functional, but that's really not the point. The point is the fan service and pin-up aesthetic, and while Waifu Uncovered is limited there, as a cut-price hour or two of fun, as someone who enjoys anime and fan service, I had more fun with this than I should probably admit in public. Also, I really am genuinely impressed that eastasiasoft has paved the way for anime nudity on the Switch. There's hope for the Dee Dee visual novels to debut on console yet.
Aug 6, 2020Both the shooting aspect, as well as the naughtiness on offer is just... ok. While there's nothing terribly wrong with Waifu Uncovered, it's just a very average shmup, with the sexy art not managing to leave a lasting impression. There are much better alternatives out there for both.
Aug 5, 2020I’m sure it will please its target audience but for me, Waifu Uncovered is a simple, functional yet characterless shoot ‘em up that rewards the player with lewd images that are far too stereotypical. There’s less than 3 hours of content in the game across all 3 game play modes and you’ll have to work to get to play on the game’s best mode, “One Finger Mode”.
Jul 29, 2020The fanservice is nice but after maybe just 30 minutes it was already starting to feel repetitive and it doesn't help that the game crashed onThe fanservice is nice but after maybe just 30 minutes it was already starting to feel repetitive and it doesn't help that the game crashed on me at least six times while my three hours of playing. $7 is fine but I honestly think it should be maybe $4 to $5… Expand
Nov 26, 2020Hitbox is insanely too big and there's ZERO hitbox detection. Players are pretty much pinned to the lower 1/3 of the screen due to the factHitbox is insanely too big and there's ZERO hitbox detection. Players are pretty much pinned to the lower 1/3 of the screen due to the fact that enemies will randomly spawn on the top 2/3 of the screen...in a vertically scrolling shmup on a device with a horizontally wide screen. The Hanako stage feels very unbalanced compared to the other stages, and the final Mee-Sun stage is an absolute joke with this all factored in.
The finger or stylus tracking in "One Finger Mode" constantly gets off centered and there is zero calibration. Also, there are also NO continues in ANY of the game modes (including Arcade Mode) and players only have ONE LIFE, so if the player dies at any point in the game they have to go through the entire game all over again; all 8 stages, each with 6 waves. The game isn't incredibly long, but with 8 stages it is too long for this type of game without continues or lives. It gets boring, FAST.
I can only recommend playing this for the obvious fan service aspects, and even then I'm sure there are plenty of other options out there...just maybe not on the Switch.
HARD, HARD PASS.… Expand