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Al speaks: "I feel confident that I have tapped the vast majority of male heterosexual fantasy cliches and offensive female stereotypes. The lack of cheerleaders is only due to a forthcoming game concentrating entirely on that important subject. The object of this game is to solicit blow jobs from strangers who expect nothing in return, you are advised not to behave this way in your real life. You will hurt people's feelings and someone will eventually kill you."
An AIF camp classic and a naughty pleasure. You play a guy with an ever ready erection that knows what it wants: blow jobs and only blow jobs from a surprisingly large number of bimbos, er, I mean women whose names all end in "y". The game is intentionally rude, crude, campy, and silly. For example, several of the props are suggestively phallic. Puzzle lovers will be pleased to know that there are many puzzles to solve before the protagonist is finally "sated". And if the settings seem lightly described, and the conversation with the ladies seems a bit thin, be reassured that each and every blow job is described at considerable length, especially the final one.
-- David Welbourn
Despite way, way, way too many instances of "guess the verb", the game is a fun play. BJ Drifter doesn't take itself too seriously and thus serves as a parody of sorts to the more "serious" adult IF out there. The writing is surprisingly well done, the puzzles clever if a bit off- the-wall (when you get to the fish stuck in the woman's mouth, you'll know what I mean,) and the sex scenes . . . well, those you'll have to judge for yourself. But aside from being obviously misogynist (the game is from a male point of view, after all) they're pretty darned good.
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Yep. The game is about a guy who desires blowjobs. Not sex- blowjobs. And he has to go around getting them until he's had enough.
It's likely to be outright dismissed by most, mainly because of the subject matter. The room descriptions are quick and sussinct (though the blowjobs are more thoroughly described). There is actually puzzle solving to do, as some ladies won't just give it up because you ask (though most are surprisingly open to the idea).
It seems this was an attempt to make Leisure Suit Larry into an IF game (which it kind of was to begin with...). In any case, if you can get past the subject matter, the game is playable. However, some implementation issues do come up, where synonyms aren't used where they probably could be, which can get anoying.
What else can I say? It's listed as pornographic and you know what you're getting into when you play it. If you're into this kind of thing, I supposed it delivers on its promises.
How do I beat the fish part?, January 31, 2019
I can’t figure out how to beat the fish part
Or the island part
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