"The First hardcore erotic Game in the world!" (lost PC erotic game; 1994)


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"The First hardcore erotic Game in the world !"
Full-page ad in issue 71 of "Génération 4" magazine.
Full-page ad in issue 71 of "Génération 4" magazine.
Status Lost

In November 1994, came out issue 71 of the popular French video game magazine "Génération 4". In it, there was a full-page ad for an erotic video game from Real World Software (a subsidiary of Real World Multimedia).

Translated ad text

"EXCLUSIVE:
The First hardcore erotic Game in the world !
You are on a HOT investigation inside a woman hotel... Games for women... and men... Designed for adults who are in a hurry, puzzles without hurting your brain, so you can have fun, relax, watch... animated format in 3D and 256 colors, MCGA, VGA or SuperVGA, for any PC Compatible from 8086 to the 80486, mouse or keyboard controls, silent mode and a boss key that instantly hides away the screen. Sent discreetly in an inconspicuous envelope. Software in French.

Warning!
This program contains potentially explicit erotic content and is not meant for teenagers. The buyer holds full responsability over its usage and Real World Software will not be held responsible of any kind of circumstances.

MAIL ORDER ONLY"

About the game

Oddly enough, the title of the game is not confirmed anywhere.
Despite this game's slogan/title, it is certainly not the first "hardcore erotic game in the world", as many erotic/pornographic video games came out on consoles as early as the Atari 2600.

Comparison between Armaeth and the erotic game.

Not sold in stores, the game was meant to be bought through the mail, paid with a check. Its price was 299 francs (the equivalent of about 50 dollars, accounting for inflation).

Copies could be ordered on 3,5 inches or 5,25 inches floppy disks.

The French ad gives several warnings to confirm that the buyer is over 18 in order to legally acquire it.

Despite the company being in the UK, there is no known English version of this game or the ad at this time.

The two screenshots in the ad show graphics and interface very reminiscent of Armaeth: The Lost Kingdom, another point-and-click adventure video game by Real World Software.

As of now, no known copies of the game are known to still exist.

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Sylphelle

9 months ago
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I'm not sure if this will help, but it's possible that someone from the publisher for Armaeth: The Lost Kingdom, might have some information regarding this? TBH something about this game feels off.
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Anonymous user #4

17 days ago
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idk, though it CAN be possible that someone who worked on Armaeth was aware of it
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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
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Quite a bad title for a game since it wasn't the first
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Anonymous user #4

17 days ago
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IKR thats like saying that mario was the first platformer game to ever exist, but there were platformers before that franchise (dont get me wrong, i love mario, but still
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DariusPumpkinRex

4 months ago
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Wasn't the first porn game. The Atari 2600 had pornographic games.
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Anonymous user #4

17 days ago
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yep
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Anonymous user #5

13 days ago
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The first hardcore erotic game
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Anon

2 months ago
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This definitely was not the world's first pornographic game
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Anonymous user #4

17 days ago
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correct, the world's FIRST pornographic game was probably Softporn Adventure
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Anonymous user #2

1 months ago
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Guys it was the first "Hardcore Erotic" game
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Anonymous user #4

17 days ago
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i can see what your coming from, but not really
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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We don't need this we have real porn
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Anonymous user #4

17 days ago
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i mean, to be fair, Softporn Adventure was kinda.......'real porn' well ALMOST
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Aestheticthug2001

14 days ago
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To be fair, the whole advertisement from the game could be some gag instead of a real game
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