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Gifts of Phallius 2: The Key to Eternity

by GoblinBoy

Episode 2 of Gifts of Phallius

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About the Story

WARNING: The game contains scenes of a sexual nature. QUIT if you don't want to read about sexual scenes.

The title card features a collage of young nude girls. The prologue begins with a small picture of a palace at night.

Prologue. You are Princess Dalia, 14 years old, wearing a white nighty and rivaling your mother, Queen Alicia, in feminine beauty. You lie awake in bed. Your bedroom in the palace is furnished with a bed, sheets, wardrobe, dresser, rugs, and a full length mirror. Though the window, you see the moon, stars, and shadows.

As the child of the Queen, who bore the sex god Phallius's gift, and of the King, who received that gift, you are doubly favored in sexual potency and desire. You have been meeting Forash, a guard, in secret, but you are yet a virgin. Tonight, you plan to meet him in the orchard and give yourself to him completely.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: October 25, 2006
Current Version: Unknown
License: Freeware
Development System: TADS 2
IFID: TADS2-AF7AEDD299F0B9049E7A3E59D57F216F
TUID: 9snv8d7zq7rvjpzv


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