I don’t know how they did it or where they got their balls from, but Unholy Creation, the makers of Unholy Disaster, managed to get their game Unholy Torturer onto Steam. It’s a baffling revelation given how strict Valve has become with banning a bunch of visual novels lately, some of which were the all-ages versions of the game.
The Adults Only game is currently available right now over on the Steam store for $15.99. During the first week of release you can get it for 10% off the normal price for only $14.39.
The game is about becoming a slave trainer, where you hunt down princesses and train them to become sex slaves for men and women alike.
The game is about Vera, a dark elf, who captures the princess Marianne because she holds a sacred power that can be unlocked. Vera attempts to unlock said power by putting her through “rigorous” sexual tortures.
The selling point for the game is that it contains Live2D animation with movement and physics for some of the CG sequences, as well as a branching story for the different outcomes involving Vera and Marianne.
The most shocking thing about this game, though, is that Valve allowed Unholy Creations to release the R18+ patch onto the Steam store for free.
It’s still a little confusing because the base game is already rated as an Adults Only title, but apparently it’s heavily censored, so it needs the R18+ patch to unlock the additional adult content.
Again, most people are a little shocked that Unholy Torturer was allowed on Steam, especially given the recent bans, but not only was it allowed on Steam, but the R18+ patch was approved for release, too.
There are some strange things happening behind the scenes at Valve, and it’s unfortunate that some innocent developers are being caught in the crossfire of Valve’s content curation civil war.
(Thanks for the news tip Gamezard)