I got a wall of text for this one, because I'm not sure what the heck I just looked into. I played the first three episodes (which are free to download) but I don't really have any idea at all who the game is aimed at. It wouldn't be as odd if it was just a blunt fetish game, or just a simple family friendly adventure game, but it kind of tries to blend the two and plays it straight?
There are some fairly blatant tickle fetish references/scenes in the first episode, but they're never really the point of focus. It's like the vast majority of it will be a completely standard point-and-click puzzle with furries on the side, but then the next moment you'll meet a topless lizard lady and her daughter that you can randomly attempt to hug, kiss, or tickle the second you see them.
Likewise the second episode has a random feather item that you can repeatedly pick up, but every other interaction you have with it is the protagonist finding different ways to dispose of it because she's deathly feather ticklish and fears having it in her inventory. You can get her tickled by someone for half a second, but only if you meet some bizarre set of criteria that entails convincing her and her siblings to take their shirts off first. For reasons.
But then the third episode doesn't seem to have much risque content at all, because the new episodic protagonist isn't into it. He's just looking for his lost fantasy creatures in a modern day school setting, as one does, until he optionally bumps into the topless protagonist from the second episode without warning and never speaks of it again.
The whole thing feels like a weird little passion project with a bizarre amount of creative effort put into all the different optional item interactions there are. It makes me wish that it was more blatantly tickle-orientated (and featuring only adults), because it feels like the dev does have an obvious thing for it, but keeps it on the sidelines. The fourth episode is apparently much bigger than the others and might have a few scenes that wear the interest morPost too long. Click here to view the full text.