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NOTE: There is nudity, sexual content, and so on within this game, so you definitely should not download or play this game unless you are 18 years of age or older! If you're of age though, then the link to the page is below.

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BACKSTORY (If you don't want to read this, there's an opening cinematic at the start of the game that covers all this; we'd still suggest you check out the game features below this though!)

The game starts off in the year 1000 AD, where your King, a powerful sorcerer, has been having trouble keeping your kingdom protected from those who would try and harm it.

He’s attempted to train multiple promising citizens into mages to help defend the kingdom, but unfortunately only two of them had enough talent to become true magicians; Talia (that’s you!), an 18-year old, serious, “by the book” long-range specialist and Faye, a 21-year old, acerbic, arrogant short-range specialist.

All seemed lost as the kingdom was slowly losing ground, but then your King stumbled on a miracle solution. Using his powers to rip a portal open to the future, he was able to find a powerful weapon, sitting disassembled in fragments, in the year 3000 AD. Thus, your King’s orders are simple and direct; find the Fragments and return home safely. Additionally, whoever brings back the most pieces will be designated the King’s right hand woman, with all the power that that brings. Unfortunately for the King though, the two women each have their own motives...

And of course, there’s threats in the future, too. Mainly, there’s the World Organization for Regulation of the Masses, abbreviated “affectionately” as the WORM by the few remaining rebels who fight against it. Even worse is that sex and relationships, being seen as a waste of time that could be spent working, are both outlawed by the WORM (people are created through cloning and other means).

This means that quite a few people are very, VERY desperate for sex in the future... and on top of all that, if you want to survive, you'll need to figure out the truth behind the Future Fragments.



The current Electric Level demo posted here on is the most current version of the game, and it has the following content;

  • 4 enemies with 2 sex animations each
  • 1 boss with a lengthy sex animation
  • 3 long cutscene-based sex animations
  • 5 game over CG scenes, with 2 variations each (first time around and second time around)
  • 36 main maps across 6 paths
  • 16 boss puzzle rooms
  • 2,500 lines of dialogue, across 4 hours and 15 minutes of spoken audio, with 16 voice actors/actresses
  • 25 songs (with about 10 of those being variations of the main track due to the dynamic audio)
  • 30 total cutscenes with over 90 variations of the ways they can play out
  • 30 databanks with over 50 variations in reactions
  • 18 powerups and 3 charge shots, 2 utility abilities

This demo is only 1/5th of the game; the full game, still in development, has five levels, each with completely new mechanics, enemies, and more per level, as you can see in the image below, showing off three of the other levels;



Definitely feel free to ask any questions on the actual page (which is again at )

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Yeah, the tutorial won't be in the full game; it's just to get people up to speed with every concept the game has given that the demo is three levels into the game. Normally they'll learn this stuff throughout just playing the game when the full game comes out, of course.

Thanks a lot!

Hi, I'm currently selling one of my games on! Currently, I simply payout the profits from the game to my account and then split it accordingly with the team members who worked on the game.

However, I'm about to publish another game on here and it's got a different team from the first game.

So, is there any way to differentiate between sales of Game #1 and Game #2? Like to tell exactly how much Game #1 made since the last payout, separate from Game #2's sales?

Thanks in advance!

Apparently, people who downloaded your game also went to go download mine, so thanks for the unintentional referrals :P still up to help you out with this game if you need it sometime man! :)