Okay this one some people have known about for a while, but after having fun with Flexible survival I thought I'd give it a try and discuss it here.
As with Flexible survival this is definitely an adult sexual rpg, so under aged or easily offended should probably steer clear.
The game involves going into a fantasy demonic realm to try and stand against demons who are corrupting your village, and involves a lot of rpg like exploration, indeed the exploring system reminded me of browser games like Kingdom of loathing or Warriors 2 where you explore in a location such as the forest or the lake for a while, and get various events, encounters and such,
unlocking new locations as you go, as well as finding npcs, weapons etc. The world is nicely discribed and very large, and from an rpg perspective this is actually an extremely solid game.
;One thing I do like is the combat and items system. There are spells and skills to use and options in each fight, indeed I like the fact that this is a game where random wandering monsters don't feel like your usual mooks and have some substance to encountering them, whether you win or lose.
Fights are also interesting from a mechanical perspective in that the player and the monster have both an hp and lust stat, and can be defeated by raising lust to %100 as much as reducing hp to zero.
As in Flexible survival, losing often means ravishment by monster and can lead to transformation (as can consuming the wrong items), though imho transformations here were slightly less interesting since they tended to only focus on your various genitalia, and were far slower, plus there wasn't as much description of your appearence beyond numerical stats.
the game does have a story, quests, and indeed a corruption stat, which alters what areas you can enter, as well as how various npcs react to you and I believe gives you an auto game over at 100 though I'm not sure about that, indeed while I've seen enough of the story to be interesting, I can't say too much about the generally since I found the save system a bit loopy.
Access wise, you can do pretty much everything in the game by clicking on the appropriate hotspots on the page which was no problem with nvda. There is a way to add key shortcuts for some functions, but since I needed to come out of browse mode to use them with nvda I disabled them, though your milage may vary.
The major issue of Corruption of champions is that though it's a text game, it's written in flash. This means when I tried it with Chrome it just wouldn't play at all, even though I do have flash content enabled in my settings.
The website recommends downloading a stand alone flash player, but when I tried that Nvda wouldn't read the screen, so the best way I found to play the game is with internet explorer, either downloading the file or playing online.
One problem I did have was with game saves, since I assumed the game saved automatically since there is a toggle for "autosave" and it sort of didn't, also I'm not sure exactly how loading a save from a save file works since when i looked for what should have been my save file it didn't seem to be there.
Suffice it to say save often, and don't clear your browser cash or use c cleaner while playing this game.
The game can be found /here on Fenoxo's site there is also a patrion backing system though I'm not entirely sure what it gives access too.
Also on the site you'll find two more games in a similar vane, trials of tainted space, and Fall of eden.
Trials is one which looks quite unique given that it's set in the future, gives you a spaceship and crew and sets you trying to earn a billionare's fortune by colonizing planets.
The one problem I have with trials is the interface is full! of unlabeled buttons. Admitedly. All of the important options seemed to have text, so I don't know how many of the extra buttons are just decoration, still having to run over so many buttons was mildly annoying and I don't think I can stop Nvda from reporting them.
If anyone has more experience with the game than I do perhaps they could contact the author and see if the buttons could either be labled or hidden or something.
The other game is a game hosted on the site called fall of eden, supposedly a similar game to corruption of champions.
Ironically this one works fine in chrome (assuming you have flash enabled), but has two major drawbacks.
The less major is that it has lots of graphics that are just called "graphic graphic" and can be irritating.
The more major however is you can't click on anything. The game does have hotkeys that do work if you leave browse mode and hit them, however unlik other games with hotkeys like warsim there is no way of actually finding out what does what (I wonder if it's in the graphics).
Even more confusingly the hotkeys are not a simple numbered menu but are 1-5 q-t and a-g, so having to count game choices and devide by hotkeys got a little irritating, especially since it didn't always seem the hotkeys corresponded to the choices logically.
Again, if anyone is more familiar with the developer of this one or is on the Fenoxo forum, perhaps a word with the developers would help here.
So for the time being it's just corruption of champions, and maybe trials that is worth a go, but if your an rpg fan don't don't mind a little rumpy pumpy in your gameplay you might enjoy this one.
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)