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I like the story very much and I enjoyed every second of it. I really like how different the story deviates for each route. My less favorite was the weapons route and it hurts me more since I already played the other 2 routes and seeing Aino hurt face was terrible. Another aspect of the story I liked is how they reference characters from other routes, making all the more fun catching that on other routes (the cat lover reference on the weapons route was great). The management part of the game was not bad, the Idol route was quite fun and challenging, I thought I wouldn’t make it on time but just barely did. However the other routes was a cake walk. Finally the dress-up portion of the game was fun, seeing all the different clothes and the different tier for most of them. the game loop kind of a given and many other reviews already talked about it so that’s as much as I say to that. There isn’t a lot of CGs and I wished there was more. I’m sure this is not common in H-VN, but it doesn’t let me jump to a certain turning point in the game where I can make a different choice. I usually like to try to 100% the game and fully immerse myself in the game and it’s world so having something that help tracts my progress be nice. I’m not sure why, but it wouldn’t let you save in a cutscene, which is bad since I don’t save for every single action I do and this is usually on the end of the day for me and it autosaves in every start of the day. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES

Robolife-Days with Aino Free Download Unfitgirl
Robolife-Days with Aino Free Download Unfitgirl

So I had to go back to an old save I have and get back to that point. they’re very minor nitpicks and shouldn’t ruin your experience. A fun game and I do recommend this. If you don’t mind its bit grindy nature of this type of game and the other nitpick I’ve mention, I think you’ll enjoy it. It’s a fun story and made me really love Aino. Please support the developer, I’ve already paid the game in my support. The gameplay loop is simple enough, but executed nearly perfectly. It strikes the perfect balance between the two extremes often see in this genre – kinetic novels pretending to have choices, and sandbox games that get so lost in their own unfocused navel gazing that they forget to put an actual game in the 20 page feature list. If you are a Trainer Game aficionado you won’t find any surprises here. The game works exactly as you’d expect. Manage a rationed pool of time to gain resources and raise stats to unlock scenes, story paths, and additional content. While there are no grand surprises or novel concepts at play, there’s also no unfinished or under implemented resources, no confusing overcomplicated mechanisms, and no grindy time wasting systems. It’s a perfectly balanced and obviously play tested system that delivers exactly what it sets out to at a satisfying pace, with enough choice and paths to feel satisfying without wasting your time or losing you.

Robolife-Days with Aino Gameplay.

The dress up mechanic is also extremely well implemented. choices matter and there are enough variety in clothing choices, with stats and skills, to allow you to complete your objective in multiple ways without feeling shoehorned in to one look. While the overwhelming number of skills does risk feeling bloated and confusing, it is saved by being very obvious which choices are optimal, and being very forgiving. You really only need to have one or two related skills to complete an objective, meaning there’s no need to agonize over acheiving minmax perfection.  The art is very polished and professional. Again, while nothing in the game will blow your mind or stick with you forever, you’ll never find yourself put off by poor anatomy, wonky perspective, or over all low or fluctuating quality. It gets the job done in a pleasing and professional manner, on par with any mainstream professional studio release. The story is, in my opinion, perfect for the kind of game this is. It strikes the perfect balance between light hearted humor, and actual plot. You’ll never be bogged down by pages of worldbuilding lore that no one but the creator cares about, asked to pretend you care about flat bland characters designed solely to be fucked, nor will you be forced to play another psychopath asshole with no morals in a world where handwavium fuels the game and nothing matters.Stormworks Build and Rescue

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Robolife-Days with Aino Free Download Unfitgirl

It knows its a porn game, but it also knows a good story needs to provide emotional beats, light character development, and internal consistency. It’s not Shakespeare, and it knows it shouldn’t be. It also isn’t a meme riddled mess that’s shallow and dated hours after release, It is, in my opinion, the perfect balance for what it is trying to be. A good VN. Mildly Impressive from a technical standpoint, and the art is great. But it lacks in the story department, a consequence of having 3 routes is that you can only get so crazy with the story. If your looking for a cute time waster or if a vaguely robot looking girl makes you pee-pee hard then you’ll find a good time (or meat-curtain moist, let it never be said we aren’t an inclusive band of god-defying degenerates). If your like me and are mainly here panning for hiden gems, then it’s not going to be anything special. Real – There’s an encrypted data partition in this junkyard android you find. Spoilers ahead. The encryption is your mom. She was killed by a jealous android who’s also sabotaging you. Your mind also gets fragmented into data. It’s not very complicated, but just, not very believable. What are the chances that this junkyard robot that you happen to find is Aino? Nearly zero, but it happened. Niya faces no consequences for killing your mom and trying to kill you. I don’t know, the story just wasn’t very satisfying. But, credit where credit is due, the game makers tried and that’s worth something.


The main game loop consists of 4 time periods in a day which you use to research parts, work, or do stuff around the map. This is the scene I saw and the scene which made me want to play the game. It wasn’t that great. There’s a lot of conditional events you need to fulfil to progress the plot and subplots and keeping it all in mind just wasn’t fun. Then there was Sunday events. For some reason, the game devs decided to place all the important plot events on Sunday. It takes all day and you had multiple chains of quests that take multiple Sundays. In hindsight, this was fine since you have ample time to complete everything. But how was I supposed to know that while I was playing the game for the first time? Then the h-scenes. Common. Some h-scenes were just out of order. Like, you can see in the CGI that Aino is wearing some clothes that you haven’t made yet. Like I have no idea what was up with this. One part time management, one part dress up game, one part comedy, and one part lewd androids. If you’re looking for a decent VN, and like your girls metallic, this is a good option. The time management moves the story along without getting too aggressively in the way, the art is very good, the comedy is formulaic but amusing enough, and I’m reasonably fond of lewd anything, so it was right up my alley. Having played fully through the programmer route of the game.Old World

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I feel I have gotten a good enough understanding of the game to credibly review it. The core gameplay loop is of the typical state of time management visual novels where you split your time between doing jobs, upgrading stats (through research) and pursuing the completion of events to advance the story. All upgrades cause visible changes in Aina and can be mixed and matched from different sets in the head, torso and arm slots allowing for a lot of customisability. Gameplay itself should not pose too much of a challenge if you are familiar with time management but provides a decent amount of challenge especially as you try to keep pace with the regular assessments of your progress. Events in general are numerous with a focus towards more humorous content with a small amount of drama in certain story routes and moments but this is almost always met with some humour afterward to lighten the mood. There are occasional issues with the translation with awkward wording or inconsistent translations of the same term across multiple instances such as when listing the requirement of some task when the actual upgrade name may be slightly different. This seems more likely to be human error than Machine translation as far as I can tell and the quality is otherwise good throughout. Characters in the story are for the most part typical for there archetype but feel likable and fulfil there roles in the story competently and in one instance even pulling off a twist that I didn’t expect.

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Do not expect exceptional depth from any of them but in a humorous story lie this I feel they are good enough. On the whole the game has been a very enjoyable experience and I would recommend at least giving it a try for anyone interested in a light-hearted robot them visual novel.  I have now played through all three routes of the game to there ‘true’ endings and so have some additional insight to grant. The idol and weapons routes both proved divergent enough in both story and character development to be fairly interesting. The game does the standard Visual Novel set up where different parts of the secondary caste receive focus on different routes to the extent that some of the female caste could be considered secondary heroines on the routes they feature in. On the matter of challenge, I have for the most part got through the game easily enough except for on the idol where the need to complete a side quest to get some of the late game unlocks caused some issues but was resolved through reverting to an earlier save. As long as you have a decent understanding of time management in these types of game you should have minimal trouble. On the whole having now finished the game it is a very solid and enjoyable example of a light-hearted and sexy visual novel with enough gameplay to remain engaging and a caste of tropey but charming characters.

Would certainly recommend it to others interested in the genre. The art-style is amazing. The only thing that might be annoying, depending on perspective, is the inconsistent boob size for Aino. Sometimes, it’s very jarring how she goes from modest and arguably realistic to big, if not massive by realistic standards. To an extent you can chalk it up to part swapping shenanigans, especially since the other female characters that pop up in the game seem to be consistent. The story is fun, and not particularly serious. At the very least, the game doesn’t take itself seriously and comes with silly references on top of that. As someone who’s not particularly big on humor, I still found the game very entertaining. The game wasn’t anywhere nearly as cringe-y as it could have been. On top of that, if you look past the humor, you could even say that the game takes a look at certain things that humanity is dealing with, or may be dealing with in the not so distant future. I can’t say if any of it is intended or not, but it was certainly interesting to me, and it made playing through all three routes all the more fun. In terms of fetishes and kinks, the game is utterly vanilla by most standards I can’t think off, with the worst thing in it being dubious consent on the part of one girl, and even the MC himself in one instance. No corruption, no crying, no mind-break. It doesn’t even do anything weird with programming Aino or any other AI or android to be slut or whatever. So, if all you want is to see cute robo gf get fucked, with some female assistance on a couple of instances, this game will be fun. If you’re specifically looking for more intense stuff, you will not find it in this game.

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You have days that are split in four parts, with a theoretical number of 4 actions per day. During that time, you can trigger events, research parts for Aino, have Aino work, or rest to restore her stability. Swapping parts does not take any time slots, but it does lower Aino’s stability, so you have to be careful with that and plan it out. Parts are all obtained via Research, which costs money, and may have certain requirements. The only exception being a couple of route specific parts, but even those require you to do some thing to get them. Different parts have different specs and come with different skills. Each job has its own stat requirement and has skills that can boost your ability to get a bonus. In some cases, having the right skills for the right job can also cause other benefits to occur. The gameplay loop is basically having Aino do jobs, using the money from the jobs to research better parts or buy other useful items, rinse and repeat. You can also go into town or some other places for events or to meet with people, which also helps unlock ‘notes’ which help unlock more parts in your research list. Each route adds a bit of a spin to this loop, and they also affect what sub-events you can do, or rather, when you have to do them. There are no route specific sub-events. The loop is simple, but interesting enough to not become immediately boring during the three playthroughs you need to do unlock everything. This is helped by the fact that the routes split very clearly. As such, aside from the choice on whether to do sub-routes or not, you don’t have to worry about repeating events too much This is further helped by the fact that on the second playthrough and onwards, you can keep 20% of your final earning, and also receive a special Torso that has very strong stats for the start, and a number of skills that make several sub-events much easier to grab.Tavern Master

Add-ons (DLC): Robolife-Days with Aino

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 64bit OS
Processor: Core i3
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: HD Graphics
Storage: 2 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 64bit OS
Processor: Core i5
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: HD Graphics
Storage: 3 GB available space


  1. Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
  2. At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
  3. 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).
  4. Click Apply then OK.
  5. 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)’.
  6. In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
  7. In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
  8. Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
  9. Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
  10. Once complete, try opening the game again


  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Create a folder called “keys” and copy the key you got from here and paste it in the folder.
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. Download any ROM you want from UNFITGIRL, ROMSLAB or REPACKLAB. After you got your File (can be .xci or .nsp) create a folder somewhere on your PC and in that folder create another folder for your game.
  7. After that double-click into yuzu and select the folder you put your game folder in.
  8. Lastly double click on the game and enjoy it.

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