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by kit H.J.


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About the Story

You are a lesbian. A butch lesbian. You are also a vampire. And it's time for you to find something to eat. (This is a game about lesbian sex.)

This was made for Valentine's Day 🥀 submitted to Queer Vampire Game Jam and Smoochie Jam!

While this game is playable on mobile, the speechboxes & images may look a little funky due to scaling. For the best experience I recommend playing on desktop!

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Entrant - Smoochie Jam 2024


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Fill your hunger, one way or another, March 5, 2024
by manonamora
Related reviews: smoochiejam

blood4blood is a steamy Twine interactive story, where you play as a hungry lesbian vampire on Valentine’s Day. Hoping to find your fix, and get you going just a bit longer, you stumble inside your regular bar and look for your next meal. Under the heat of the season, surrounded by mingling bodies, two paths opens up to you - future interactions mirroring the composure of the two women reaching out to you. Will you follow the rough around the edges but clearly lonely butch woman or the cladly dressed bubbly femme who just bought you a drink?

The prose has a strong focus on the physicality, from the descriptions of the movements of the characters to the deep and tortuous sensations of hunger (in all terms, almost addictive). It is raw, and carnal, and savage. But there’s still a bit of sweetness and tenderness to it at times. I think I liked the “softer” path out of the two, it had a playful moment that threw me out of the loop - feigning an early end.

There are a few assets in the game, in shades of bright red to pop against the dark bordeau, and illustrations in greyscales with hints of vermillont. The simplicity of the style is quite lovely, and, when the illustrated portrait are formatted as VN-speech boxes, it makes for quite the sleek look. By the end of my run, I was sort of wishing the use of the latter was a bit more consistent throughout the game, maybe cover the dialogues, because they look so cool. Could even be a super neat VN if the author wished to.

Anyways, a neat read

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