Run your own porn empire in Triple X Tycoon

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A little while back, I had a terrible addiction to Kairosoft’s Game Dev Story. Taking cues from games like Theme Park and the infinitely cooler Theme Hospital, it had you building (r at least trying to) a successful game empire. I love games like that; simple, addictive timesinks that make the times when I’m stuck somewhere infinitely more enjoyable. Here’s one that I may not be able to play in public.

Triple X Tycoon has you building and managing your own adult entertainment empire. Yes, you too can be a Porn magnate, running your own skin-flick studio.

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With Triple X Tycoon, players will get to experience the highs and lows of the adult entertainment industry from behind the scenes. The game features random events that may effect the growth of your studio or hinder performers. Volatile consumer trends are the norm. Extravagant award shows are commonplace, even performers come and go as time pushes on in an industry that makes big money on erotic indulgence.

You start out in the 70’s with VHS, working your way up to right now and the Virtual Reality revolution.

The game, when it’s done, will feature:

  • Extensive product type (signature dildos, lubricants, magazines, hotlines, calendars and more!
  • Product reviews
  • Award shows
  • Reputation (effects who you can hire and where you can shoot)
  • Random events (pregnancies, outbreaks, organized crime etc)
  • Studio upgrades
  • Eras include 70s, 80, 90, 2000s and beyond!
  • And MORE!

The game, they says, is LGBT friendly, with developer Joy-toilet asserting that they are working hard to make sure everyone is represented equally in Triple X Tycoon. It’s looking for your crowdfunded money, asking for just $1,000 USD. If the game isn’t as puerile as it seems, it could actually be a pretty engaging diversion.

You can find out more at its Indiegogo page (via Destructoid).

Last Updated: July 22, 2015

Geoffrey Tim

Editor. I'm old, grumpy and more than just a little cynical. One day, I found myself in possession of a NES, and a copy of Super Mario Bros 3. It was that game that made me realise that games were more than just toys to idly while away time - they were capable of being masterpieces. I'm here now, looking for more of those masterpieces.