I may not be an expert when it comes to George R.R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones” as I have not read all the books or watched all the seasons of the TV-series.
However, I know more than well that “Game of Thrones” is a very popular series that got millions and millions of fans all over the world (I guess that would also explain why so many people want a remake of the show’s eight season…).
I’m also more than aware that there exist a handful of erotic “Game of Thrones” parody games on the market, and speaking of which.
Earlier today we were contacted by MANITU Games (MANITU is an adult games indie developer) who informed us that they have just released the v0.10 update for their 18+ erotic visual novel/trainer PC game “Game of Whores” (you can download v0.10 of “Game of whores” for Windows, MAC and Linux for 2 USD via the game’s Patreon page):
“Hello TGG! I’m MANITU, developer of GoT parody game called “Game of Whores”, I saw “lewd games” category on your site and decided to share our latest version with you guys.” – MANITU Games
Nice indeed, but what exactly is “Game of Whores” all about then? (the name of the game alone should give you a pretty good clue on that front) Well, here’s the actual game description by MANITU Games themselves:
“You play for the former manager of a brothel, the goal is to return to the business and at the same time to help one of the 3 main heroines of the game to achieve power and influence.”
Ok, it’s porn game, but what about the genre?
It’s mix of visual novel, clicker, dress up and trainer genres.”
Other than that, it’s most definitely worth mentioning that there are plenty of different fetishes to be found in the game:
Gangbang, group sex, dp
In other words, if you like what you’ve seen and heard from “Game of Whores” so far, then you should give the game a try for sure 😉 (you can get access to v0.10 “Game of Whores” for 2 USD via MANITU Games Patreon page)
And with that said, what’s your take on “Game of Whores”? 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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