Ren'Py specific questions should be posted in the Ren'Py Questions and Annoucements forum, not here.
Recently I was introduced to Ren'Py by a game called "Princess Trainer" by Akabur.
He is a magnificent artist the game was really awesome and kinky! I was totally inspired and wanted to make a game and share it to internet. (still at really early, twine writing, conceptualizing stage...)
I bumped onto this Ren'Py discussion Forum. I found that most of the discussion are about non-erotic games.
I was wondering how is the audience acceptance in this kind of erotic games? I know Japan have a lot of it, but not too sure about here...
The game I am thinking will be done no matter what (in 3 years), just wondering whether i can post it here or not...
Please also recommend some erotic Ren'Py games if you know one~ thanks!
18+ erotic games are accepted here at lemmasoft; post the finished game in the "completed adult games section" See this link on how to access the adult areas of lemmasoft forums
http://lemmasoft.renai.us/forums/viewto ... =10&t=3671
There is some activity in the adult forums here, but not as much as in the non-adult sections.
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Hi there,ippherita wrote:...I was wondering how is the audience acceptance in this kind of erotic games? I know Japan have a lot of it, but not too sure about here...
-- Ero-games may not get a huge amount of attention here, but they Are accepted and appreciated. You just have to apply for access to the 'adult' section (and be over18.) I've actually made several R18 games myself. ♥
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