Molotov girl is a website dedicated to the work of a Russian female punk rock band named Molotov Girls. The name is a reference to the Russian word for “witch”, and the name itself is a play on the word “mole”. The name is so cute and catchy that we are excited to share it with you.
The website itself has been around since 2011 and features a variety of DIY tutorials and information about the Russian punk scene (and the Molotov Girls, of course). The site is home to a whole host of other cool things like Molotov Boyfriend pictures and videos, a music video, a photo gallery, and even a “dance-off” video where Russian punkers dance and kiss on the floor of a nightclub.
While this site is new, the Molotov Girls have been around as long as the website, but the new site’s focus has been on making videos and tutorials. The videos themselves are usually only a few minutes long, with the purpose being to teach people something about how to make something cool or fun. The site also has a host of tutorials covering things like how to make your own molds, how to make your own toys, and even how to make your own jewelry.
It looks as though molotov girl is taking a page out of the game of “make it look like a molotov cocktail,” although the video tutorials are only a few minutes long and there’s no actual demonstration of the process involved.
I think that it’s safe to say that Molotov girl is an excellent example of one of the most over-hyped indie games of the year. It’s a pretty standard game with a few unique elements and a really cool storyline. Unfortunately, it’s about as exciting as a molotov cocktail or you won’t be able to finish it.
Molotov girl is the story of a young girl named Shana who moves to a new town, gets dumped by her boyfriend, and then moves to a strange place to become a local sex worker. Because of her strange ability to get people to do things for her, she makes a pretty good living, and ends up living in the mansion for the rest of her life.
The story itself is pretty solid, and you’ll be able to see a few of her exploits in action in the “explore” section. But the gameplay is a little, well, uninteresting. Here, you use basic “move and shoot” mechanics to move around the mansion and shoot various weapons and gadgets that are scattered around. You also have the option of doing things like climbing up high ledges and running around the mansion. Not really my style.
I will say that molotov girl is definitely a fun game, especially if that’s the only way you can shoot a gun. But while I like it, I think it’s a little off-putting for a lot of people. It does have a bit of a “cute” factor, so you might want to play it only once, but if you don’t like it, you can always get a refund.
I don’t think molotov girl would make a lot of people happy… but if it was just me, then I’d probably be alright with it. It’s not my style, but I can see where people might find it cute.
I know this might make you say it’s a bit of an oddity to someone who doesn’t like this sort of thing, but molotov girl is actually a fairly cool game. While it’s in its infancy, it has a lot of potential. I’m a fan of things that come from the ground up, that are a bit more experimental than the average game, and molotov girl seems to do that.