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Gals Panic S Extra Edition (Arcade) review

"Do you want cheesecake with your gameplay?"

Gals Panic S Extra is a Japanese arcade game that emulates Qix, a game where you draw large sections on a screen in order to win. The difference here is that you compete against pesky computer controlled monsters and the point of winning is revealing as much of a girl's portrait in order to beat it. Released by Kaneko in 1997 it tantalized many in search of revealing as many girls as they could and its various saucy poses you could unlock during gameplay.

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Pesky enemies

You randomly choose one of various female characters in order to reveal their pictures. Using the marker, the player goes on selecting various portions of the silhouette while avoiding hazards from the game as well as a timer counting down to end the stage. A percentage of 80% or higher is a must in order to complete said stages. During gameplay you can acquire power and speed power-ups, items to boost your speed and detonate a section to clear enemies, and EXTRA coins which must be collected in order to get a better reveal than the one offered. Depending on the actions of the player, they may receive a raunchier pose of said girl pictured, or even a video clip on top of it. The game is two-player as well, which means you can compete against another human player to see who is the one to reap the fruits of their hard-earned curiosity.

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The game can also be manly

The game goes on cheering you on or mocking you, all depending on how you are managing while playing it. Stages become harder the more you continue, with enemies acting more aggressively in their mission to stop you. Between stages you may come across bonus stages, which are as hard as the normal stages themselves. While the cast is mostly female you may at times encounter a male stage, which is as erotic as the girls pictured. At least this game does not discriminate.

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Bonus stages that seem simple yet as hard as the game itself.

Girls Panic S Extra Edition is a fun rump to go through at any given time, always keeping you glued to the game to see if you may reveal more of these lovely animated girls. While it would not be recommended for younger audiences, adult gamers and anime fans may find it quite entertaining, as the artstyle and setting are both fun and quite well presented in an artistic way. You may find yourself irritated at the intense level of difficulty which can change from one stage to the next, but its quite worth it when receiving your cheesecake at the end.

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Your chance at getting a saucier image.


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Community review by CptRetroBlue (February 14, 2020)

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