Redamz’ Monster Girl Island: Prologue, a free-to-play 3D adventure game complete with sexy-time events involving an esoteric array of monstrous hotties, has officially launched on Steam… uncensored.
The game isn’t just uncensored, it also features all manner of depraved, hardcore acts the likes of which only a true weeb could appreciate.
The core concept of the game is pretty simple. You wake up on an island inhabited by a bunch of different sexy monster, robot, and alien girls. As you investigate the open-world island, interacting with the strange residents you find out a couple of things: First of all, they were brought to the mysterious island just like you. Also, all of them hot; all of them are horny; and all of them ready and willing to copulate at a moment’s notice. This leads to some fascinating cross-species interactions as you find out exactly what a male schlong looks like in 3D when it enters into a gelatinous, purple slime girl.
You can get an idea of what the gameplay is like with the launch trailer below.
As indicated in the trailer, you’ll be able to ride on animals, journey across the island, meet with the different girls, and find out which one is best suited for the inter-dimensional banging of their non-human life.
Some of the categories include traditional nekomatas, mermaids, elves, slime girls, kitsunes, arachne, androids, and more.
There’s basically a monster girl for everyone. That’s the true sign of diversity.
Oh yeah, and did I mention that the game supports boob physics?
Yes, while Square Enix’s Ethics Department is “constricting” Tifa’s boobs, Redamz is letting the boobs hang out, just as free as they were intended to be.
I’m a little shocked that Valve let this one through, especially since they banned the other monster girl game, Monster Mashing Deluxe.
Then again this could have been accepted through by one of the staff at Valve who don’t have a hard-on of hate for sexy anime chicks.
Anyway, if you want to grab a free copy of Monster Girl Island: Prologue, you can do so right now by visiting the Steam store page.
The game has been in development for nearly four years, and the prologue is just a taste of what will be in the full version fo the game. So keep an eye out.