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College Bound Arctic Adventure Free Download Unfitgirl College Bound: Arctic Adventure is an official spin-off of the Adult Visual Novel College Bound, a game loved by hundreds of thousands players all over the Internet. College Bound: Arctic Adventure gives you an chance to spend the best winter break of your life in picturesque Iceland! Meet new people (including hot, and sometimes even dangerous, Icelandic babes), play winter sports, gauge your fighting skill, try your luck in seducing local hotties, and even become a detective using your intellect and intuition to solve the case of a mysterious curse that has paralyzed the town. Do you like games which give you freedom of choice? Do you love to be the one who chooses the characters they want to interact with and the ones you don’t? Well, you shouldn’t play College Bound then. Up until the latest update, the illusion of freedom was still intact. Freedom of choice is of course always an illusion, as the creator of a game still holds all the strings in their hands – but keeping up that illusion is important. If you as a player have the feeling, that your decisions matter and you actually have a say in how the story goes – or at least ends – the game captivates. On the other hand, if you break the illusion, people tend to feel disappointed, cause their decions don’t matter in the end. And that’s exactly what happened with the latest update. Miranda is a character which was introduced right at the beginning of College Bound and players get the choice to sexually interact with her or ignore her. So far so good. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
If you don’t want to, you don’t have to engage with her. Let’s assume you DON’T want to interact with her and maybe even dislike the character. Good news for you, your choice is taken into account by the developer. Let’s assume you WANT to interact with her, cause you like her for whatever reason. Bad news for you, cause no matter what decisions you make throughout the game, the developer decided to get rid of her for good. You don’t have the option to keep her around and maybe even aim for an ending involving the main character and her. This is the exact moment the illusion is torn apart. If my preferences and choices don’t matter, you can take away the option to choose in the first place. Deciding to get rid of a character for whatever reason, may it be out of convenience or not wanting to develop a character any further, is the death blow in interactive formats like games with the premise and promise of player freedom of choice. The fast and rushed trial feels like the developer wanted to get rid of Miranda asap (can’t imigine the reason though). During the trial there’s absolutely zero information about what actually happened and what the actual evidence was. Now if you like Summer or Blanca, you will propably get exactly the ending you are dreaming of. Either you will be with the one or the other in the end. Or maybe both of them. If you like any of the other girls, you will probably be disappointed by the end of the game, cause they are most likely only requisites in the play which is essentially centered around Summer and Blanca.
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The decision to take out a character despite the choices a player made, is no good sign for the future of this game. As a writer, you probably should avoid introducing characters (including choices about what to do with them) just to throw them away sooner or later. Just don’t let the player interact with characters, you want to get rid of later on. This way people won’t get the false impression of being able to reach an ending with them. From starting this game you can tell the dev has alot of passion and a focus for quality. Story is unique and interesting, even something small like the home dynamic of living with an aunt is refreshing after playing so many games with mother and two sister homes. General dialogue is good with an interesting range of characters and personalities. The negatives and what stops me giving this 5 star is sometimes the “sexy” dialogue is abit much. At times it ruins the moment of a sex scene when someone is screaming about “meat missiles”, “thunderbags” or “sheath that blade in my scabbard”. I dont know if this is supposed to be comedy or sexy talk but for me personally it does nothing. The main deal breaker for me is the MC, my god hes insufferable, his dialogues and inner thoughts are just constant innuendo and cheap sex jokes, he comes of like a psychopath that literally cant hold a single normal conversation without making a deviant sex remark (Even when you are in a faithful relationship). James Bond 007
There´s no story and that could be fine but the game keeps constantly trying to force the characters on you with poor dialogues and bad writing overall to the point where you HAVE to sit and read trough how badly you want to fuck x character even when you have deny it multiple times because x character isn’t interesting to you. Characters personality are overall bland and they all mostly have similar faces but with different features tho overall its mostly big breasted woman, personally i disliked models (i liked 3 of them) but this is subjective and everyone would probably at least 1 character to their liking. I’ve followed this game from the beginning. The story progression just gradually fell flat for me. To sum it up, it went from “interesting” to “disappointing” for me as more updates came. Instead of there being a particular reason why certain things happened, it’s almost as if it’s just thrown in the game for either shock value or just for the sake of adding “newer” content. The animations just aren’t enjoyable to watch anymore. And I find this really disappointing because the models, varying in age and body type, look really, really good. I can drag myself through a story I don’t like, but when I do all of that for a not-so-great animation, it’s tough. I just assumed that they would eventually get better over time and more development, but I think what we see now is really the best it’s going to be. I absolutely could be wrong, but with the sample size I have right now, the game just isn’t for me.
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The quick start option is great for when you don’t want to start from the beginning of every update. It just takes the fun out of it for me, especially when you still may miss content that you would normally unlock through a full playthrough, and it also feels too linear, regardless of what decisions you’ve previously make. It’s broken. Not everything will be perfect, but the moment when I don’t feel like I’m taking the right path, despite it being a path that I personally chose, it’s a let down. Unfortunately i couldnt get through this game as it has too many problems, first once again surprise surprise the MC is not smart but at least hes not an ugly loser, still no real emotions or will of his own through, second the story is just very dull and predictable. The main problem with this game through is not the MC or the story but the women, there are a good selection of women who are all visually quite different but almost all come with a lot of baggage so you find yourself judging them on that alone like do i go with the loser musican boyfriend woman or the girl who picks trashy friends, the one with the balding salesguy husband, drinking problem woman etc etc.. honestly its just a big group of very trashy women which you are forced to cheat on your girlfriend to be with(no option to dump her). it wasn’t for the horrid MC, this might be halfway decent. Not good, but enough for me to give it another star at least. A shame that isn’t the case. Stronghold Warlords
So, why does he suck? Literally every other line of dialogue is his crude inner monologue consisting of perverted thoughts, usually about a woman’s tits. Or as the game puts it: “thunderbags.” It makes me cringe man. It would be better if the MC just never spoke. Truly. There are just no redeeming qualities about him. A real bore to play as. So what else is there? A generic city/college setting and an almost nonexistent story. You just hop from love interest to love interest with a couple filler scenes in-between. And of course everyone still loves our charmless MC regardless of how much he sucks. You really don’t do much to win over anyone. Again, just not that interesting. The renders definitely aren’t bad, and the animations are pretty decent. I do like a lot of the character models as well, there’s some good variety. I even found myself liking some of the moments with a couple of them, but then the next line is always interrupted with a crude comment about their tits. To me, this game exists as nothing more than a filler while I wait for the stuff I actually enjoy to get updated. I won’t say you can’t enjoy it, but nothing in this will blow you away. I like the story. It’s hard to go wrong with a college-based first-person narrative. We get all the fun clichés and moral dilemmas, as well as a few other unique elements that I won’t spoil. I wish MC’s girlfriend was not a static fixture in the story. It’s pretty clear early-on that she is boring, cliché (jealous, insecure), and that nearly any other woman MC has a relationship with would be an upgrade from every angle.
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In my opinion, there’s just a few too many arcs in the overall story. On the one hand, I appreciate the creativity it requires to not only create so many characters that the MC has ongoing scenes with but also fully thought-out ones. On the other hand, even if I don’t particularly find a given woman attractive and am presented with the choice to pursue her, the alternative is “I shouldn’t, I need to think about Summer.” It’s pretty clear that if the player were to walk the moral high ground, the game would be quite boring, so the justification shouldn’t be “Summer” it should just be “nah fam, I ain’t into that.” This is the only VN in recent memory (aside from a few older, completed, well-known ones) in which pregnancy “risk” is actually realized. Bra-vo, dev! With that said, however, MC’s response to the bombshell is entirely unrealistic. **Warning: rant ahead** Dude can’t ALWAYS been rolling with the punches. He treated it like something he was grateful for her confiding in him with, when in reality he’d be at least asking – if not begging – to know whether she wanted to keep it, and if she expressed she would whether she expects him to step up and be a dad. Instead, MC is Rico motherfuckin’ Suave and acts cool as a cucumber about it. “Not seeing you smile right now was the hardest part of all of this.” For real, my dude? It isn’t the fact that she tells MC his life is about to change forever? You sure it isn’t that? Up to this point, we perceive no preference regarding MC’s view on having kids.
If this weren’t bad enough, for some reason the dev doubles-down during MC’s reflection immediately after. He’s more concerned about “helping however he can” and expresses – not even to himself – zero freak-out or desperation. Tl:dr on this point: the gravity of actually becoming a parent is in no way addressed to a satisfying degree. It doesn’t make a lot of sense to give the player full exposure to dialog between other characters that he isn’t physically present to hear, and then later present the narrative from his perspective as if he is clueless, and then to finally provide a choice wherein we’re supposed to act like we don’t know what we already know and take a leap of faith behind people’s intentions Only a scarce spelling mistake here and there. There is a clear distinction between narration, first-person thought, and actual character dialogue. I found no glaring grammar/vernacular issues, either. Kudos to dev for not overlooking this or phoning it in. Like most VNs, you will occasionally see what I would consider overly-mature phrasing coming from teenagers. I assume this happens either when the game is translated, or when the writer is so old they don’t even know how kids today speak. I do think there are some missed opportunities to polish the dialog a bit, depending on who’s talking. For example: when MC is discussing his future with Miranda, and she states “I will keep you here, we’ll be having sex after hours a couple of times per week.
The issue here isn’t that it is or isn’t believable. It is that with Miranda being in a distinguished role and a presumably more “refined” woman, I would expect her words to be more mature and carefully chosen. I like that we have an option to speed up animation or change angles, but I don’t like that the option is at the top left, and I also don’t care for how it is implemented in general; you’re forced to tell the game when you want to proceed via a Play button. It would be better if the controls were at top right, and simply clicking elsewhere on the screen would cause the game to proceed. This actually gets REALLY annoying as the game goes on. I would deduct a star solely for this. I liked this game when it first came out and then after a few release, I thought it was a little silly and kind of steriotypical. Plus, I was not a fan of the “weekly” updates. They were just too small, but I did appreciate the effort. Anyway, I stayed away from the game for a while, but the dev kept producing and the ratings stayed high so I thought I would give it another chance and I am glad I did. My favorite thing about this are the women. They have original looks and the dev has tried to go with real shapes. The dev makes the MC a guy who appreciates all women and I dig that. He finds something attractive about all the women and he is not overly selective about where he dips his wick. The story is unique, and I like the way the dev handled the MC’s primary LI. There is a decent amount of content, but all the interactions are a bit short and they all basically follow the same pattern. Additionally, the story is nothing earth shattering. I did not get invested in any of the characters, but all the LIs are interesting. The drama is typical HS/College stuff. The MC is obviously surprised he is suddenly getting so much action, which is weird, but the dev goes all in on this concept and it works.SATURNALIA
Add-ons (DLC): College Bound Arctic Adventure
OS: Windows 7 or newer
Processor: 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 or DirectX 9.0c
Storage: 3 GB available space
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
Processor: 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: OpenGL 2.0
Storage: 3 GB available space
NOTE: THESE STEPS MAY VARY FROM GAME TO GAME AND DO NOT APPLY TO ALL GAMES
- Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
- At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
- Click on the View tab at the top of the Folder Options window and check the option to Show hidden files and folders (in Windows 11, this option is called Show hidden files, folders, and drives).
- Click Apply then OK.
- Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
- In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
- In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
- Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
- Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
- Once complete, try opening the game again
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- First you will need YUZU Emulator. Download it from either UNFITGIRL, ROMSLAB or REPACKLAB. Open it in WinRar, 7ZIP idk and then move the contents in a folder and open the yuzu.exe.
- There click Emulation -> Configure -> System -> Profile Then press on Add and make a new profile, then close yuzu
Inside of yuzu click File -> Open yuzu folder. This will open the yuzu configuration folder inside of explorer.
- Create a folder called “keys” and copy the key you got from here and paste it in the folder.
- For settings open yuzu up Emulation -> Configure -> Graphics, Select OpenGL and set it to Vulkan or OpenGL. (Vulkan seems to be a bit bad atm) Then go to Controls and press Single Player and set it to custom
- Then Press Configure and set Player 1 to Pro Controller if you have a controller/keyboard and to Joycons if Joycons. Press Configure and press the exact buttons on your controller After you’re done press Okay and continue to the next step.
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- After that double-click into yuzu and select the folder you put your game folder in.
- Lastly double click on the game and enjoy it.