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Blood and Intimacy

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About the Story

Your name is Lyle. You’re 23, you’re in grad school for urban planning, oh, and your boyfriend, Zach, is a vampire. But other aspects of your relationship are more important...

A game about intimacy without intercourse. A sequel/companion to Blood and Company, but also stands alone. Thanks to the 2024 Smoochie Jam for the inspiration!

<2,000 words/playthrough
Play as non-binary, asexual Lyle 
Spend an evening in bed with your ace vampire boyfriend
Indicators for spiciness level of choices
Multiple paths to a single ending

Content warnings
Mentions of biting and blood-drinking, including a reference to a past non-consensual, violent incident. Descriptions of kissing and sensual touching. Mentions of dysphoria.

(Made with Ink. Cover photo by Tania Melnyczuk via Unsplash.)

Game Details


Entrant - Smoochie Jam 2024


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Comfortable intimacy, March 7, 2024
by manonamora
Related reviews: smoochiejam

Blood and Intimacy is a short but sweet Ink story following student Lyle and their vampire boyfriend Zach, during an intimate snapshot. On a Thanksgiving break, the two watch a movie, cuddling… that might be leading to more.

I really enjoyed how the concept of intimacy was used here, focusing on the more emotional aspect of the term, where touch is not just a physical action bringing a physical reaction, but creating a bond between the partners. The painted picture of this form of intimacy is lovely and touching. I also liked the subtle discussion about boundaries and consent, through Lyle’s thoughts about their previous make-out sessions and Zach’s requests.

It feels so comfortable and sweet !

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