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Best Mac Adult Games
#1
Which are the best Mac Virtual Sex games?

Simmi
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#2
*laughs*

I think if you want to find that you'll need to venture into the world of the PC, or the world of imports at the very least.

That... or Newgrounds... but, well... it's Newgrounds.
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#3
Holy hell. Maybe the Sim series has a mod out for this?

Is this a new breed of 'bot?

(03-26-2007, 09:33 PM)Simmi Wrote: Which are the best Mac Virtual Sex games?

Simmi

Honsetly, I'm not aware of any.
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#4
I think the closest the Mac has gotten is the original Leisure Suit Larry.
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(03-26-2007, 08:29 PM)Huntn Wrote: I think the closest the Mac has gotten is the original Leisure Suit Larry.

Well, there was Mac Playmate, but that was over 20 years ago. I seem to recall some weird guy with an 8ball for a head could be used to... well... what was with that anyways?
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#6
Buy any game ported by MacPlay and you are virtually screwed. There's that.
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#7
Well, you can download nude skins for Otto Matic and OS X Chess.
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#8
Isn't this against the forum rules?

A quote from the Forum Terms & Rules you see when signing up (Bolded specific part):

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#9
Sounds like a bot to me.
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(03-26-2007, 08:45 PM)No One Wrote: Isn't this against the forum rules?

A quote from the Forum Terms & Rules you see when signing up (Bolded specific part):

Don't those forum rules pretty much rule out any post about anything whatsoever?

Douglas

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#11
(03-26-2007, 08:33 PM)Simmi Wrote: Which are the best Mac Virtual Sex games?

Simmi

Can't recommend any. I don't play computer sex games.

Maybe you should browse the birthing forums - to see what sex is really all about. Procreation.

yo-mike
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#12
I must also say one must be careful of the links of the pre-online free web games @ macgamestore.com. - They have had some things you would not want your kids playing. - One for sure I remember was a spin-off of Asteroids.

yo-mike
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(03-27-2007, 12:56 AM)Douglas Wrote: Don't those forum rules pretty much rule out any post about anything whatsoever?

No, I'm pretty sure you're still allowed to say how awesome I am.

(03-27-2007, 02:05 AM)yo-mike Wrote: Maybe you should browse the birthing forums - to see what sex is really all about. Procreation.

Not anymore, it's not. Ain't technology wunnerful?

--Eric
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(03-27-2007, 01:57 AM)Eric5h5 Wrote: Not anymore, it's not. Ain't technology wunnerful?

--Eric

I don't think I can agree with you there Eric5h5.

The Interenet isn't very private as you might know already.

A lot of people get into heaps of trouble dealing with porno. (You do read the news and newspapers sometimes, don't you; It's pretty hard not to notice the big mess some people have gotten their lives into for dealing with porno and having it found on their computers and their IP address being tracked by the powers that be)



yo-mike
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#15
Am I the only one here old enough to remember Virtual Valerie?

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(03-27-2007, 04:06 AM)Lord Brixton Wrote: Am I the only one here old enough to remember Virtual Valerie?


Probably not. (I didn't own a copy of it) But, a then friend I think had it for his dad's mac.

Was it for the old SE's or something like that era?

Yeah, yeah. There's been stuff and there still is stuff out there for Mac in the *Adult games* category.

I've seen some weird stuff on ebay, when I was looking for some games other than adult sex games.

Just not for me that's all. "Virtual Valerie" - That says it all, I'll venture to say.
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#17
(03-27-2007, 03:44 AM)yo-mike Wrote: A lot of people get into heaps of trouble dealing with porno. (You do read the news and newspapers sometimes, don't you; It's pretty hard not to notice the big mess some people have gotten their lives into for dealing with porno and having it found on their computers and their IP address being tracked by the powers that be)

That's not what I'm talking about. And I think "adult" games (read: games for teens who have no lives) are pretty silly....

--Eric
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yo-mike Wrote:A lot of people get into heaps of trouble dealing with porno. (You do read the news and newspapers sometimes, don't you; It's pretty hard not to notice the big mess some people have gotten their lives into for dealing with porno and having it found on their computers and their IP address being tracked by the powers that be)

yo-mike, what you're talking about is not standard pornography. If someone is being tracked and monitored for adult material it is because they are A) Stealing it or B) dealing in illegal pornography

Both things are very different than your standard adult faire to be found on the net.

Edit: And in the interest of sticking with TBC's "stay on-topic rec" below — Simmi, games of this type are more or less uniquely Japanese in their creation and consumption. The Leisure Suit Larry games are about as adult as you can find on the Mac with any sort of formal production value, and those are more tongue-in-cheek than alluring, if you will. I really think without importing titles (and even then you'll be relegated to hentai animation games) and employing BootCamp or a PC, you're out of luck. Perhaps someone more enterprising than myself has a better idea, but I'd wager you won't get any help on the Mac side of things.
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(03-26-2007, 09:45 PM)No One Wrote: Isn't this against the forum rules?

A quote from the Forum Terms & Rules you see when signing up (Bolded specific part):

You agree, through your use of this service, that you will not use this bulletin board to post advertisements, any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise violate any law in your region.

The forum moderators use those guidelines to gauge their moderation of the boards. It is up to both the interpretation of the member posting and the moderator moderating with the moderator having the definitive say. For instance, any reference to a man or a woman could be construed as "sexually oriented" according to the exact definition. If anything, this is a catch-all clause that can be used by the moderator for things that fall through the cracks. BUT, that said, it's good that you restated the guidelines for all to be reminded of them.

If he is a spammer he will be dealt with in the fullness of time. If he is a gamer who asked an honest question then there is nothing wrong with trying to remember the very few Mac games that dealt with the subject of sex. Keep in mind that youngsters as well as moms and dads patrol the forums, so keep it non-explicit. Until it "gets out of hand" I'm not going to put any breaks on this thread although I'd appreciate it if Mike-yo and Eric5h5 stuck more to the original topic of the poster's question.
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#20
I just thought it might be worth people's while, while reading this thread that I added some extra information.

Just trying to be helpful.
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