Slime Girl Smoothies (Nintendo Switch) Review

By Athanasios 06.08.2023

Review for Slime Girl Smoothies on Nintendo Switch

Its limited hardware capabilities haven't stopped Nintendo Switch from being one of the most successful gaming platforms of the 8th generation of consoles, especially when it comes to indies, the lovers of which have fully embraced the system, mainly due to its hybrid nature. Funny enough, Nintendo has also become the home of many a naughty title, which has always been a big no-no in the past. Slime Girl Smoothies is one of the most recent… well, slimy games, which has the player manage a team of Slime Girls whose job is to prepare tasty slimy smoothies with their slimy breasts. Yeah, there's also a puzzle game somewhere over here.

A slime girl welcomes you. You are in charge of helping this busty… thing and her friends with smoothie creation. After mixing and matching the correct ingredients, the slime girl drinks the result, and… well, shakes it inside her large, bouncy shakers, before "milking" them into a glass. Yup. It's one of those games, and as expected, the main reward isn't winning the game, but seeing the girls doing their thing, and once in a while receiving a spicy picture. What wasn't expected is that this is somewhat challenging.

Such titles usually lean towards the realm of casual gaming. Match-3, Solitaire/Mahjong, simplistic strategy titles, visual novel-esque RPGs, generic puzzlers, and so on and forth. Easy to get the grasp of, and usually not that difficult. This is a puzzle game as well, and seemingly a simple one, yet most will find it to be a bit tougher than usual. The first thing that increases the difficulty is the user interface itself. Whereas most puzzlers have clear shapes and colours, plus unobtrusive UIs, here the screen is a bit of a mess, with the worst part being the area where you do the actual puzzle-solving, as it is extremely small.

Screenshot for Slime Girl Smoothies on Nintendo Switch

In a way, no, this isn't really that challenging, just tedious. The gameplay goes something like this. You throw "grids" of coloured shapes in the bottom of a rectangular area (a glass essentially), and when these colours touch each other they create mixes - so, if you want to create, say, the taste "Cherry," you need the black triangle mixed with the red circle. Easy-peasy? Sort of. Unlike Tetris or like-minded games, where all the necessary info is right there on the game area, here your eyes constantly go back and forth between the mixing chart in the right half of the screen and the actual mixing area. It doesn't feel natural, and as a result, it's not fun.

As the game goes on, it all becomes extremely repetitive, because it's cocktail after cocktail, with few tiny differences between them. A couple of additional mechanics get added every once in a while. The player will be able to rotate the grid before throwing it, slice it horizontally or vertically, and so on, but the core gameplay won't really change that much. In essence, you are slowly mixing and matching shapes and colours for about 15 minutes before taking a look at a naughty pic where a slime girl flashes her… equipment or does something a bit spicier with the manager, aka you. Not worth the trouble fellow pervs.

Screenshot for Slime Girl Smoothies on Nintendo Switch

Cubed3 Rating

Rated 5 out of 10


Few games in the realm of naughty/lewd/ecchi/hentai can really be considered classics, but that doesn't mean that there aren't some that are a bit more entertaining than expected, offering fun gameplay along with some titillation. Slime Girl Smoothies sadly isn't that. It's a boring and repetitive experience that lacks the addicting, and most of all, the casual-friendly, pick-up-and-play nature of many puzzlers. Unless with a fetish for sexy slime girls, stay away.


Shady Corner Games







C3 Score

Rated $score out of 10  5/10

Reader Score

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