Info: Welcome to Alabama! It’s legal bro! is a game in which the protagonist, a former demon lord, is punished for failing to play his role as antagonist.
In order to teach him how to become a true villain, the big bright thing had him reincarnated as an American during the lockdown and gave him the mission of mentally destroying his new sister. Will he stand up to this insane order, or obey it? Will he understand why this girl must suffer such punishment? Is he capable of going against the will of this luminous thing?
Language: English, French
1. Extract and run.
I’ve added an easy mode to the “flappy bot” mini-game (in experimental content), so that those who have difficulty with “evil squares” can have an alternative until I add new mini-games (this won’t be for a while, as I’m focusing on other aspects of the game at the moment).
In the experimental content, I’ve also added an option to disable backup incompatibility between versions. As I said before, this increases the risk of “an exception has occurred” (it’s not a serious bug, it just forces you to quit the game, it can happen when a variable is missing for example), the risk should be quite low, but it’s not zero. Therefore, if you really want to load one of your incompatible saves, load a compatible save, deactivate the incompatibility (it’s towards the ruins), then load your save which has now become compatible.
I’ve added the beer, which replaces the lockpick when you turn over the cards to get a bonus at the start of the game. It’s a present you can (try to) give to Gwendolyn. If she drinks it, she’ll be drunk, which means her manner of speaking will change a little, she’ll be aroused, she’ll forget to lock the doors, and she’ll faint after a while.
I also fixed some design issues: I made sure that the “cum” gauge resets when you talk to Gwendolyn to ask her for another favor, I made sure that the cost of the items you want to buy is a whole number and no longer has decimals, and I made sure that the breathing effect of the room repainting menu is disabled when you activate the option to disable the ripple effect.