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I'm looking for more gender bender series. It doesn't seem to be all that common from the things that I've found. Crossdressing on the other hand seems more readily available, but I don't like that because it's not a full transformation. Also not interested in herms.

Where are the full gender bender series, where they become the opposite gender in everything, like right down to their DNA I guess? Pic related was alright I guess, but it had less focus on the gender-switching as the plot focus, and instead was just a storytelling tool to help focus on the real point of the plot, which was wacky "martial arts" shenanigans.
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There's this one series whose artwork looked a lot like Ranma (a lot of series around that time looked like that)

the only difference is that the MC is an alien
http://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=1164
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Gender Bender DNA Twister Extreme is pretty good, there's a decent demo up on Desura: http://www.desura.com/games/gender-bender-dna-twister-extreme

I got the full game after playing the demo, I thought it was a bit light on transformations as the Bri character is basically just a gender swap dating sim, but Lynn has catgirls and mermaids as well as all the romance, and I thought it was well worth my money.

Kampfer has gender bending too, but it's pretty stupid and just fanservice.
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