BoneCraft Review

Alex July 20, 2012 0
BoneCraft Review
  • Gameplay
  • Graphics
  • Sound
  • Sex

Bonecraft is a third person action/adventure/hack-n-slash game with a unique sex dynamic merged seamlessly into the gameplay. Those of you who like fantasy and space operas, should definitely give it a go as it parodies everything science fiction and more. It stands out among other adult games as a quite unique product. Not only it features a storyline full of first class humor, it’s also challenging and fun to play. While many adult games don’t offer much gameplay-wise and are focused mainly on sex, this one is different. It’s made for gamers in the first place. So, if you played Starcraft, Warcraft and Warhammer 40k, you will surely find lots of references to your favourite games and there is a great chance you will love this one as well. Bonecraft is developed by D-Dub Software, the same guys who brought you another great game called Bonetown in 2008. We have reviewed that game as well, so feel free to read it if you are interested.

The game follows the adventures of Captain Fort Worth, his sidekick Lubbock and a group of proud and fierce intergalactic warriors under Fort’s command, the Space Wrangers. Earlier in one of his brave galactic campaigns Fort Worth had a chance to bone the crown jewel of the galaxy, the Elf Queen herself, but missed it when he was foiled by the Elven Army. Since then he couldn’t let it go. The story begins with their ship crash landing on a planet inhabited by Orcs. Soon enough the Space Wranglers find out that the Orc tribes are led by an old “friend” of Fort, Warboss Swampass. And most importantly, they discover that the planet is also harboring Elves… and the Elf Queen. Now Fort Worth must lead his crew through thick and thin to reach the ultimate goal and finally screw her. That is the game’s story in short…

Now let’s take a look at the gameplay. Bonecraft, just like it’s predecessor, is quite easy to get into. Although, this time in addition to the standard combination of WASD keys and mouse controls, you have lots of additional stuff to learn – ranged weapons, hand to hand combat, jetpacks, shields, troop commands, etc. As you could have guessed from the game’s description, you’ll be fighting a lot. And sometimes those fighting sequences can be pretty challenging. That is why we recommend you finish the tutorial Bonecraft starts with to know the basics, controls and combat tactics. To restore health and gain some testosterone, you can have sex after each round of combat. During sex, you must pay attention to your power and speed meters and synchronize them with those of your sex partner to bring her to orgasm. There are 3 difficulty levels – easy, normal, and hard, so if you find yourself in trouble, you can always change it. Don’t forget to loot corpses, defeated enemies drop a lot of vital stuff like weapons, ammunition, jet pack fuel, alien artifacts and cash. You can buy and sell those by visiting the Sex Store (from the main screen), there you will also find additional sex positions and upgrades. Moreover, you can browse the babes you have unlocked during the campaign and bang them anytime you want. The main adventure campaign features 11 rather lengthy missions in total. In addition, you can play the so-called “free roam mode”, during which you will fight waves of orcs, elves and Dick Monsters. It’s a good way to resupply your troops with weapons, ammo, fuel and cash before you jump back to the main story.

Bonecraft is visually stunning, every single thing is rendered in high detail, so the game indeed has some awesome graphics. The same goes for the quality of sound, music and voice acting. They are just plain great. By the way, Captain Fort Worth is voiced by no other than Neil Kaplan himself, the man who has voiced such iconic characters as Tychus from StarCraft II and Optimus Prime in the Transformers series.

The minimum requirements to run BoneCraft are:

● Windows XP, Vista or 7
● Intel Core 2 Duo or Athlon X2
● 2 GB RAM
● 3 GB hard drive space
● 256 MB of Video Memory
● Video Card supporting Pixel Shader 2.0

The recommended requirements are:

● Intel Core 2 Duo or Athlon X2
● 4 GB RAM
● 512 MB of Video Memory

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