A downloadable game for Windows and Linux

A furry NSFW game about shopping at a mall for items that transform your body (currently sizes of various bits and a few dick types). If your fps is real bad, try turning shadows off in options.

Planning on adding more dialogue, dating, and leakiness tf items before calling it "finished".

Done as part of the tf gamejam!

Music by https://mairujyat.itch.io

Updated 6 days ago
Published 11 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Linux
Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
Made withGodot, Blender
Tags3D, Adult, Atmospheric, Character Customization, Exploration, Furry, Monsters, NSFW, transformation
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


hangin-out-at-tf-mall-win.zip 151 MB
Version 10 6 days ago
hangin-out-at-tf-mall-linux.zip 152 MB
Version 7 6 days ago

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is the dating mechanic implemented i cant seem to get anyone to do dates

Not yet! I'm not even quite sure what I want dates to be yet haha

Hey! Is there a possibility you can have a "Update Log" of sorts here to see what's changed from version to version? Love what you have so far

I can try but its still pretty early so there's lots of little tweaks/additions/bug fixes all around. I'll def make posts when there are big updates, like lots of dialogue content or dating.

I like it! But when you find all the coins there's no more transforming your character :(

If you go to %APPDATA%\Godot\app_userdata\modshopping

and delete money.tres, it'll respawn them all. You can also mess with the size values directly in modshopping_save.tres if you're feeling adventurous.

Got any ideas on what would be more fun than finding coins?


Maybe a secret shop/hidden items that change the color of your character and/or body parts? Or another currency to use on a Black Market with ridiculous size increases (for example, +20 dick size)

The latest build now has a money storm if you're below $20

Doesn't work for me, just comes up "Unable to initialize video driver".

I tried looking up some solutions but they're pretty basic: update gpu drivers and if you're on a laptop make sure its running on the dedicated gpu (if you have one). It's in godot 4 so it requires vulkan support which older gpus might not have.

it tends to crash after a bit like 2 minutes in

I just updated it to the latest engine beta and disabled some multithreading options, it might be more stable now? These random crash bugs are difficult to track down.