Tomimar’s Sexy Girls was supposed to launch on Steam back on November 16th, but like other adult games that were supposed to be made available on Steam, Sexy Girls had its release postponed multiple times.
The game isn’t much of a game other than walking around in a strip club watching chicks with big boobs dance around without any clothes on. There’s a variety of girls who are completely exposed, which is one of the game’s core features: that the girls are all naked.
It sports dynamic boob physics, fully modeled female genitalia, a challenge mode, a free-cam mode, and a hands-free mode. The girls have different dance routines that you can view as well. There’s a NSFW trailer you can check out below to see what the VR title is like.
[Update:] After SJWs reported the unlisted video above to have it removed from YouTube, you can view the trailer below via BitChute.
The forum board is filled with plenty of chatter, but no one is talking about the game’s release date being postponed.
Originally the game was supposed to be released on November 16th, 2018. However due to the game not being approved by Valve, the developers changed the release date to November 24th, 2018.
A week later the game still wasn’t approved for release by Valve, likely to do with the game having a bunch of unrelated genre tags in the store description.
According to SteamDB, the game’s release date was pushed back even further yet to December 9th, 2018 after it still wasn’t approved to release on November 24th.
The developer continued to modify the tags to no available, as it still wasn’t approved for release by the time December 9th rolled around.
Right now it’s difficult to tell if this is the work of Valve’s rogue employees still on an ideological binge to prevent sexy games aimed at straight males from releasing, or if the developer needs to get their store page in order before releasing the game to the public.
You can learn more about Sexy Girls by visiting the Steam store page.