Along with the titular characters in Angel, Devil, Elf, and Me!, there actually is something resembling a wizard, but nobody’s out looking for her. The main character is no Dorothy, as this game is a visual novel where supernatural beings come to the real world pursuing him in the safety of his home. No need for him to find a wizard, or take a yellow brick road. The main character is just a typical visual novel protagonist when one day three buxom supernatural beauties appear in his room. Apparently, he is the descendant of some kind of hero, which has resulted in him having a powerful “essence” that all three women want. Of course, this is an adult visual novel, so we all know exactly how the three beautiful women plan on taking his “essence”.
Coming from Norn/Miel, the developers of Deviant Dungeon, which I also reviewed, it’s not surprising that Angel, Devil, Elf, and Me! (referred to as ADEM from here on) is a nukige style game. There is only a short plot, with minimal conflict, to maximize adult situations. For a story with a competitive element though, it’s surprisingly vanilla. The main fetishes present are defloration, impregnation, harem, and pregnancy/lactation.
None of the main heroines are lacking in the curves department, and they all wear skimpy outfits, but their designs include a variety of personal quirks, from coloration to facial expressions, that help them stand out. The fetishes with each one are the same though, other than their different race, so there’s no variety there. Each girl also gets equal time, so just keep that in mind if you prefer one over the rest.
ADEM is a very bare-bones visual novel. Music and sound are simple. A story is almost non-existent. Voice work is enjoyable but doesn’t stand out, though that can be a bit more subjective than some game aspects. There are no choices to be made here, though that’s normal for games from this company (the decision of where the male protagonist unloads is about as complex as they get usually). The art is good quality and includes mouth movement animations during conversations, but outside of scenes, there is little variety in poses. The scenes themselves involve a lot of vanilla sex, usually after some foreplay, and are mostly quality, though a few of the poses look just a little off. There were a couple of errors in the sentence structure, but nothing made the game hard to understand.
Angel, Devil, Elf, and Me is a particularly short visual novel, and its price, especially compared to Deviant Dungeon’s lower price, is a bit high. It’s a perfect purchase for anyone looking to spend some time with an angelic beauty, a confident demoness, and a dark elf warrior (which tend to show up less often than light-skinned elves). If any of the heroines don’t interest you, I don’t know that this game is worth your money. I would suggest waiting to pick it up when it’s on sale or grab it now if you really enjoy this studio’s work and need more of it in your life.