Caliross, The Shapeshifter's Legacy, is a fantasy-themed game, which will follow a young up-and-coming historian, as she takes her first steps outside her hometown and into the real world, to learn more about the elusive nature of her own kind, the shapeshifters. Will she become a member of the Mage guild, or of the Adventurer's guild? Will she find out more about her heritage, or will she be too busy working extra time in sleazy bars to make a living?
The game will feature several factions, each with their own goals and objectives. With your actions, you might willingly or unknowingly benefit this or that group, as the event unfolds, but the open-world nature of the game will leave it up to you if you want to get more involved with the politics of the world, or if you just want to do your own thing.
As far as the adult content goes, the game will feature fetishes such as mind control, cowgirl TF, corruption and more, depending on the paths you'll follow. It will have a female protagonist (as hinted above), and will likely have submissive themes, for the most part (I can't exclude some dominant content completely, but it wouldn't be widespread).
The development is currently being helped through Patreon, you can find the page here (it also has a link to the latest public version, near the bottom, and to the changelog):
The game will update monthly, and the public, freely available version is usually one version behind the patreon-only one.
Oh, I didn't know itch.io was linked with the twitch app (glad you managed to download the game, eventually). The game does have a few well hidden secrets and some random events, so hopefully you still have more to see in the game. I am happy you like the game anyway, money or not, I hope it will grow into an even better game, given enough time. :)
I added another link by uploading a copy of the game on itch.io, to confirm if the problem was not having the file hosted on itch.io. Having to upload the file twice might be a bit of a waste, but I share the link even outside of itch.io (in fact, most of my audience comes from elsewhere), so I can't drop the external link.