Kinky visual novel Ladykiller in a Bind is out right now

This is exciting: Ladykiller in a Bind is out now on Windows, Mac, and Linux. You’ll find the visual novel—by Analogue: A Hate Story (2012) creator Love Conquers All Games—on the Humble Bundle store. For now, Valve deemed the game too sexy for Steam, but writer Christine Love hopes to get it on there one day. Love and her team have been working on Ladykiller in a Bind since 2012—full-time for three of those years. Its story is in stark contrast to the “brutally oppressive societal misogyny” in Analogue, of which Love has said her team was pretty burnt out on writing about. Ladykiller in a Bind celebrates consensual,…


Crossdress as your brother and get beaten as a reward in this game teaser

Christine Love, creator of queer games and cute characters, recently released a teaser for her upcoming game, My Twin Brother Made Me Crossdress As Him And Now I Have To Deal With A Geeky Stalker And A Domme Beauty Who Want Me In A Bind!! Or, for less of a mouthful, Ladykiller in a Bind. a game about social manipulation.  The teaser features a Domme coaching the sister of a prince through hypothetical social interactions with plenty of innuendo, a fair share of kissing, and slaps with a riding crop whenever she missteps or the Domme feels like it. Beyond…


The teletext photo editor turns your selfies into beautiful, abrasive pixels

Teletext the World is a photo-editing website and tool that can transform any photo into primary, abrasive teletext imagery. It kinda looks like an Anna Anthropy game.  But what’s a teletext anyway? A brief history lesson: teletext predated the World Wide Web by transmitting info like news and weather to television sets in bright bold colors. The lone remnant of it in the digital television era is closed captioning, although I believe there are some troopers out there somewhere in Europe sticking with it.  The web app reminds me of Christine Love’s Interstellar Selfie Station, but with less emphasis on the…


Christine Love explores unbridled expectations, lesbianism, and jilted love in Even Cowgirls Bleed

Blazing Saddles, The Three Amigos, perhaps WestWorld. These are the great Western spoofs, and now games have their own parody of the gritty genre about the American West’s sharpshooters, Sheriffs, and tumbleweeds. It’s called Even Cowgirls Bleed, a short, funny, poignant adventure game from Christine Love, “a blatantly homosexual young woman” game author from Toronto. You may know Love as the developer of racy visual novels that challenge one’s conventions, such as Digital: A Love Story, the only romance novel to be told through a dial-up modem interface, and Analogue: A Hate Story, a feminist critique set on a Korean…