I’m pretty sure that I have mentioned before that I’m a huge fan of Blizzard’s RTS series “Starcraft”. However, if that’s not the case, then I’ll have you know that I’ve been with the “Starcraft” train since 1998 (yes, I own pretty much every single “Starcraft” game ever made). Anyways, if you just happen to be a fan of “Starcraft” as well. Then I bet that you also remember that Blizzard pulled the plug on their science fiction stealth-action video game “Starcraft Ghost“? (Blizzard did so on the 24th of March back in 2006).
I’m bringing this up since I recall that during the hype train for “Starcraft Ghost” there were a lot of lewd and none lewd art being made for November “Nova” Terra (the main character of “Starcraft Ghost”). Well, long story short. I’m into that stuff (for most part at least).
So as it’s been a very long time since I ever played a lewd game based on the “Starcraft” series. I got pretty excited when I found out that the Shadow portal team (the makers of “Camelot: The Game”) had launched a F2P lewd visual novel-like “Starcraft” PC game called “SlutCraft: Heat of the Sperm” (“SlutCraft” was released on the 10th of April for Windows, Linux and MAC via gamejolt).
In “SlutCraft” however, the main character isn’t Nova Terra, but Sarah Kerrigan. Furthermore, as I mentioned before, “SlutCraft” is a lewd-visual novel. As a matter of fact, it’s an interactive visual novel, so you get a handful of different dialog options to pick from throughout the game. In other words, you get to experience different outcomes depending on what option you picked. Anyways, I think you get the idea.
So, what is “SlutCraft” all about then? (besides the obvious parts and what I’ve already mentioned earlier). Well, this is the actual story of the game:
“It seems like Sarah Kerrigan was a loyal member of Sons of Korhal and obeyed Arcturus Mengsk’s orders to every syllable just yesterday. But who would’ve thought that Mengsk didn’t forgive Sarah for killing his father.Because of his plots and betrayal, a secret operation on Tarsonis, the capital of the Confederation, turned into a bloodbathand a ‘captive’ status for Sarah herself…But, as she found out later, it was just another hard way to promising new opportunities.Opportunities to become stronger. To get revenge. To get some pleasure…This is a story about Sarah Kerrigan’s path from a loyal soldier to a powerful (and sexy) Queen of Blades.” – Shadow Portal team
So that means that you (the player) will get the great pleasure to see how Sarah Kerrigan transform herself from a loyal soldier to the deadly and sexy Queen of Blades. That transformation is of course easier said than done though, as you (Sarah) will have to go through a lot things of lewd nature (if you’re not into tentacles and monsters, then “SlutCraft” is not going to be a pleasant experience for you).
Keep this in mind though, “SlutCraft” is still in development (the game runs on the Ren’Py engine), and the game is currently in an early access state. So that means that the game is far from complete (new content and much more will be added to the game later on), and it could also contain bugs and whatnot. Even so, I still think that the Shadow portal team got something really nice in the making with “SlutCraft”. I just hope that they will dare to go all the way in terms of lewd content (as in hardcore tentacle and monster scenes).
As for here and now though, the current early access version of “SlutCraft” is very much worthy of a try if you like “StarCraft”, visual novels and lewd content. Especially since “SlutCraft” is 100% free-to-play for PC (Windows, MAC and Linux). You don’t have to take my word for it though, because you could always watch the trailer for the game further down the page, there is also a handful of gameplay videos of “SlutCraft” that you could watch on Youtube. As for me, I’m going to wait until the final release of “SlutCraft” drops. Sadly enough though, I have no idea when the full game is going to launch.
And with that said, what’s your take on “SlutCraft”? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below!
Robin “V-Act” Ek
Editor in chief
The Gaming Ground
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