Let's talk about Erolon: Dungeon Bound.
It's from the same dev that made Incestral Awakening, a game I surely need to talk about later since I consider it one of the best western games in that regard, specially one of the few with a shota protagonists that didn't suck.
As for Erolon, it's a simple game about dungeon exploration and very RPG elements. It has the relationship level mechanic the previous game had, but in this one you get relationship level as you explore the dungeons, and you get scenes by talking with your party members at the town if your level is high enough.
Gameplay wise, man, I think the game has A LOT of problems, one of the biggest problems being the grinding the game requires. IA allowed you to bypass grinding when you had a lot of money. In this game you can't do that, and it's even a bigger problem because exploration can get tedious, and I don't know if it's only because my PC is a potato, but the dungeon sections drops the fps to the floor. Fights can get very repetitive, the first dungeon is way too long, to the point you will probably max your relationships up tot his build only in the first dungeon and, the biggest problem with the dungeon itself: All levels are randomly generated, meaning that most balance and design is not there.
However, not everything is bad. Characters are top notch. The magician, Elia, is supposed to be the MCs sister, but due to patreon you can't state that, which is a shame, Leru, the wolf, is amazing, furry or not, but I think the dark elf is a bit rushed due to her involvement not being a direct party member, and I'm still have to level up the "light elf".
Art wise, the base game looks AMAZING, I really like the art. My problem with the sprites, however, is that it's a bit hard to read their expressions when they are constantly moving their mouths, and even if they are not it's still hard to notice what they want to convey, this is particularly a problem with Leru, but I guess it's just part of her stoic personality. When it comes to CG, I'm not sure what happened. The first batch of CGs, ie first Elia and Leru scenes, have the same quality as the character sprites. But as the game goes on, I think there was a change of artist, so it looks different. By any means I think the later CGs are bad, even compared to the first ones, but the difference is a bit jarring.
Other than that, I recommend the game. It has a lot of flaws, but it is enjoyable for what it is if you have time and patience. I've been crawling at it very slowly, but it's quite nice: https://mega.nz/#F!pFg1xQiI!AZ7L5O28MroLYYyftyfTqw