Supermodel Snapshot [v2.1.0] By Belle

Belle Games released a new game called Supermodel Snapshot and the version is 2.1.0. The game’s story is about What can you expect from this release? First, there is a brief, non-interactive tutorial I strongly recommend you go through. After that, there is one single match of Snapshot that you can play as often as you like with a premade deck of cards against Vanguard from Supermodel: Defenders of Desire. Each such match should take you about 10 minutes from start to finish.​

Developer:Belle
File Size:137.2 MB
Version:2.1.0
OS:Windows, Linux, Mac
Languages:English
game details

Game Version Changelog:

v2.1.0:

  • Introduced a new mechanic: Burnout. See the new tutorial added for this mechanic to learn more about it.
  • Adjusted the Heat cost of a small selection of cards, mainly due to the Burnout mechanic.
  • Adjustments to some attack values to better differentiate cards and give them more defined use cases.
  • Fixed a situation in which the Encouragement card would fail to trigger its effect if you attacked and destroyed a Challenge card directly in the Challenge phase.
  • Removed notification spam when hovering a card with requirements over a Challenge card during the Action phase.
  • Hopefully fixed an exception that could occur if you hovered a card with a requirement over another card during the action phase.
  • Reduced the target Heat on the Warm-Up difficulty level to 30.
  • A few minor tweaks, mainly to the phrasing of specific effects.

Developer Notes:

The day is finally here. Today, you get to try out the card game for Supermodel, though in a limited form. This is what I’ve been putting so much work into for about a year or so now, and I hope it shows.

What can you expect from this release? First, there is a brief, non-interactive tutorial I strongly recommend you go through. After that, there is one single match of Snapshot that you can play as often as you like with a premade deck of cards against Vanguard from Supermodel: Defenders of Desire. Each such match should take you about 10 minutes from start to finish.

What can you not expect? This isn’t Supermodel: Defenders of Desire, not yet. You won’t find any storytelling, dialogue, porn, or even nudity in this release. There is a lot of sexy stuff here, but nothing explicit. I want Snapshot to be streamer friendly. If you want porn, wait for the full (well, full first release, anyway) Supermodel later this year.

I’ve kept things simple for this first release. Your deck mainly contains Common cards, the game’s most straightforward, essential cards. These cards form the bread and butter of most non-advanced decks and should cover many playstyles. But I have also included a small handful of Uncommon (green) and Rare (blue) cards to show what they might look like. In later releases of Snapshot and the full Supermodel, you will only get these cards by playing the game and opening card packs (earned with in-game money — no microtransactions here!). While Uncommon and Rare cards tend to be more powerful than Common cards, they are also more situational. They might require specialized decks to truly shine. As such, these cards may be hard to find good uses for in this version. But they can turn the game around alone if you can get them to the table.

Needless to say, the full game (and all future releases of Snapshot) will contain many more cards than what you see here. This is simply a preview to whet your appetites, though I don’t want to underplay things. This version still has 24 unique cards for you to play with.

Why am I releasing the card game as a standalone game instead of going straight for Supermodel: Defenders of Desire? Well, card games like these are enormously complicated and impossible to balance as a lone developer. I need feedback focused exclusively on the basic card game to make sure that it’s as good as I can possibly get it and that all the game mechanics work correctly before I integrate it into the final game. Furthermore, I must ensure the game is FUN before committing too hard. I find it very enjoyable to play, but then again, I’m biased. I want YOUR opinion and to hear everything, both good and bad. Did you play a particularly exciting match? Tell me about it! Did you play a match where you felt doomed to failure no matter what you did? I want to know. Do you feel some of the cards are useless or that others are overpowered? I’m all ears! I want feedback; the more, the better.

Finally, it deserves to be mentioned that this is no ordinary first release for a crowdfunded game like this. I have given Snapshot a massive amount of polish to make it feel slick and professional, at least for a game made in Ren’py. I even spent an inordinate amount of time composing the music myself to avoid a repetition of the licensing mess in Long Live the Princess, so I hope you like it.

What’s next on the agenda after this? First, I intend to finish version 1.01 of Long Live the Princess and release it for free. This shouldn’t take me long. After that, work will continue on Supermodel Snapshot version 2.0. My current plans for that version are to add the ability to earn cards through gameplay and a deckbuilding mechanic that allows you to create and customize your own decks that you can then play with. I also expect to add one more model for you to photograph, but more on that later. Once 2.0 is out, I’ll be ready to move on to work on the first version of Supermodel: Defenders of Desire, which is the real goal here.

A note on the Android version: Supermodel Snapshot was developed with Android tablets in mind and has been extensively tested on one. It should play wonderfully on a tablet. However, Android phones are NOT SUPPORTED. The game’s interface will likely be far too small, and Ren’py’s in-built phone adjustments will likely mess up certain parts of the game. If you wish to play Supermodel Snapshot on the phone, you do so at your own risk.

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Win/LinuxMEGA – MIXDROP – PIXELDRAIN – UPLOADHAVEN – WORKUPLOAD
MacMEGA – MIXDROP – PIXELDRAIN – UPLOADHAVEN – WORKUPLOAD

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