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Sex Vixens from Space

DOS - 1989

Sex Vixens from Space
Year
1989
Platform
DOS
Released in
United States
Genre
Adventure
Theme
Adult, Interactive Fiction, Interactive Fiction with Graphics, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher
Free Spirit Software Inc.
Developer
Free Spirit Software Inc.
Perspective
1st-Person
Dosbox support
Broken on 0.72
4.32 / 5 - 16 votes

Description of Sex Vixens from Space

From C.E. Forman's description of Free Spirit's horrendous adult adventure games:

Free Spirit Software published a number of adult text adventure games for PC and possibly other platforms. All of their titles (with the exception of The Last Inca, which was G-rated) featured intergalactic hero "Brad Stallion" and his ship, the "Big Thruster". They're all pretty much rip-offs of Infocom's Leather Goddesses of Phobos, but distinctly aimed at male players (unlike LGoP, which allowed you to choose your gender) and minus Steve Meretzky's wit. These were not sold in family-oriented software stores and are quite difficult to come by.

The first game in the trilogy is Sex Vixens from Space, which comes in a bigger package than other Free Spirit games. The goal in this one is to explore a planet populated only by women. Sounds like Rex Nebular, right? Well, the game is much, much worse.

There are so many things wrong with Sex Vixens from Space that I don't know where to begin. On the surface, it's your typical text adventure-- type VERB + NOUN commands to progress, and use inventory items to solve puzzles, etc. However, the parser in this game is so horrible that Infocom fans will probably cringe after the first few minutes. Aside from having a very limited vocabulary, the parser expects only the exact VERB + NOUN command that the designers have in mind.

From C.E. Forman's description of Free Spirit's horrendous adult adventure games:

"Free Spirit Software published a number of adult text adventure games for PC and possibly other platforms. All of their titles (with the exception of The Last Inca, which was G-rated) featured intergalactic hero "Brad Stallion" and his ship, the "Big Thruster".

They're all pretty much rip-offs of Infocom's Leather Goddesses of Phobos, but distinctly aimed at male players (unlike LGoP, which allowed you to choose your gender) and minus Steve Meretzky's wit. These were not sold in family-oriented software stores and are quite difficult to come by."

Overall, these are games that reaffirm my opinion that whoever plays games to see "adult situations" should visit porn sites instead of torturing themselves in front of the computer screen. Stay away from these games as far as you can-- or download them if you're a die-hard collector like me, and ignore them for the rest of your life.

Review By HOTUD

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

hannelius 2014-10-04 0 point

nice game if i could change it...
how about a command called
"lick"...
"taste"...
"feed"...

OM 2013-02-13 0 point

...Gah! Find a copy of Virtual Valerie 2 if you need computerized wanker fodder!

Kacper Bąk 2012-04-30 0 point

nice

what 2012-03-04 -1 point

I need a damn codeword or something wtf

fares 2011-11-26 0 point

thanke

DEATHSKULL 2010-03-14 0 point

AWESOME GAME,AND GREAT(AHEM!!!) GRAPHICS!!!....eihwazrune@hotmail.com

Nock 2008-10-16 0 point

Very nice

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