Once again, I'm sporadically out of lurking mode to pay my debt to society. I found these a good while ago in my neverending search for Metroidvania games. Since it's still pretty difficult to find all of them in one place, I may as well share. Note that they all contain my long-completed save data, so everything is already unlocked. You can wipe the saves by copying one of the empty save files over my complete ones, so no worries for those who want to unlock the CGs and scenes themselves. Anyway, a little about them. They're all made by a group that goes by Xi. There's no gore in any of them, so look elsewhere if that's your thing. The first five games are parodies of '[email protected]' Online, and they feature still CGs of the Acolyte, Priest and High Priest classes being tormented by whatever familiar enemies you happen to be defeated by. There's a single CG for every monster in the game, so have fun getting owned. The first two (the 'Quest' games) of the five happen to be quite a bit worse than the latter three (the 'Adventure' games) in that they don't offer merchants and equipment for customization. A quick tip for the Adventure games: Magic rules. Figure out which books cast the lightning spell and abuse the crap out of it. Also, claws are just terrible. As for the Quest games, Agility makes you move and attack faster. You might not notice it much at first, but it really helps to get it as high as you can to avoid enemies later on. Agility works the same in the Adventure series, it just isn't as important there since you aren't forced to be a melee character. The last two of his games, Vore Action RPGs one and two, aren't really Metroidvania so much as Zelda. Their content is less in danger of copyright infringement and, as opposed to the still images of his previous works, they both feature one short but fully voiced video of our heroine being swallowed alive in traditional vore style for every single enemy in the game. The first game features equipment but no shopkeepers; the second has a town, merchants of all kinds, even a companion system and two applicable henchwomen. Sadly, though both helpers can be swallowed temporarily, neither of them have images or videos of their own. I'm not really into vore and it's not the playstyle I'm always looking for, but VARPG2nd is pretty good even for people with interests outside of that particular niche. Bosses can be really annoying if you're not trying to get eaten, though. Buffs from your helpers are nice, but it's hard to rely on them when they're almost always getting nommed. The only tip I can really give is to utilize charged attacks to their fullest. Even as a fighter build, you won't get far on regular attacks. But enough of my rambling. On to the download links! The first five are actually 100~180 MB uncompressed, so don't be fooled by their small size. They pack a mean right zipper. Priest Quest: Spoiler: Screenshots Code: Dead link High Pri Quest: Spoiler: Screenies Code: Dead link Acosann Adventure: Spoiler: More screens Code: Dead link Prisann Adventure: Spoiler: Even more screens Code: Dead link High Priest Adventure: Spoiler: These games are so similar that this seems redundant, but have some more screens Code: Dead link Vore Action RPG: Spoiler: Hey look, some screenshots! Note that the second shot is actually a still from a video. Code: Dead link Vore Action RPG 2nd: Spoiler: JESUS CHRIST IT'S A SCREENSHOT! GET IN THE CAR! Note that the second shot is actually a still from a video. Code: Dead link Enjoy the frustration of being eaten over and over again! Try it with your friends! Order now at..! Yeah, I'm done. Lemme know if any parts are missing or something and I'll fix it. Everything looks to be in order to me, but I've been up for some thirty hours.