Game mode: single player
How do you Do It? is a simple free-to-play game in which the player does not use any microtransactions. The title was created in just three days during New York's Global Game Jam in 2014. Its creators are four people: Nina Freeman, Emmett Butler, Decky Coss and Joni Kittaka.
The game starts when the mother of an eleven-year-old girl leaves the house. The juvenile heroine, as the player takes on the role, immediately starts playing with puppets, while at the same time trying to figure out what sex actually is and what it might look like.
How do you do it? is not complicated. The player controls only the hands of the main character: using the W, A, S and D keys he moves them horizontally and vertically, while the J and K buttons are used to turn dolls. It is in this way that the protagonist brings them closer and away from herself, and by performing them more and more sophisticated stunts, she does not spare humorous comments, and to some of her actions she reacts with a blush. The game is also accompanied by a point counter, which encourages the player to try out new positions, and the player gets a special bonus if the heroine is not caught by her returning home mother.
Due to the distribution model, it is not surprising that the graphic design has been simplified and the dialogues have not been heard.
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age requirements: 18+