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Crossdressing Ship Cruise VN “Ladykiller in a Bind” Demo Is Now Public

The indie developer Love Conquers All Games has just released a public demo of their newest erotic visual novel, Ladykiller in a Bind.

Also known as 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!! Ladykiller in a Bind is an eroge VN about social manipulation, crossdressing and bondage all taking part on a seven-day cruise. According to the official Love Conquers All Games press kit, the game started development in 2012 just after the release of the studio’s other popular title Analogue: A Hate StoryLadykiller in a Bind is also set to be the LCAG’s last visual novel project before they venture to explore games with a different kind of narrative. Don’t miss the game’s features, sample screenshots and trailer posted below.


– Two main romance routes… but don’t let that stop you from making out with everyone else.

– Six nights worth of explicit, consensual, kinky lesbian sex.

– Unique conversation system—instead of hanging off your every word, dialogue options appear as they occur to you and disappear as they become irrelevant to the conversation.

– Dynamic soundtrack by Isaac Schankler.

– Balance gathering votes to win favour with mitigating suspicion. The shy Stalker will help hack votes if you spend the night with her, but the sadistic Beauty will take care of your suspicion… for a price.


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Ladykiller in a Bind Front

Ladykiller in a Bind Suspicion


The game’s teaser demo is now available. Ladykiller in a Bind is set to release sometime in early 2016 for the PC and Mac with its price set at $20. For more information and future updates be sure to visit the game’s official homepage and the developer’s main blog.

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  • YuneKirby

    Was pretty confused by the game’s title until I realized your character is female.

  • 88

    >the studio’s other popular title Analogue: A Hate Story.

    Interest instantly gone.

    Also a lot of women look like men (so accurate to real life lesbian -dadumtish-). Especially the Swimmer – that is a man.

  • Random45

    I absolutely loved Analogue: A Hate Story (I didn’t really care for its sequel though), but the premise of this game doesn’t really grab me. I’m also not really a fan of the art style they went with in this game, since – as 88 said – most of the women look pretty masculine.

  • Noctah

    Christine Love, the main writer and developer of Love Conquers All Games, has been unethically promoted multiple times by friends and ex-lovers on websites like Kotaku. She’s also a pronounced anti-GamerGate and very pro-Social Justice.

    Which is a damn shame, because her works always have interesting and original user interfaces. She’s very daring with the visual novel structure, and pushes it forward by coding her own engines.

    If you give it a shot for anything else than kinky lesbian sex, take what you read with a grain of salt.

  • GDI

    Definitely cleaner art, but also definitely less moe. Which is a shame.

    Also notice the placement of the sprites and backgrounds — definitely seen that style in Liarsoft games (Sharnoth in particular).

  • Jake Martinez

    I don’t really understand who this game is aimed for? It’s very atypical for a yuri game and it’s certainly not a otome game in the normal genre sense.

    Maybe it’s a game made specifically for lesbian cross dressers? Okay, that’s pretty niche, but whatever.

    I feel like as a man, I might like the idea of lesbian bondage… but like some of the other people have commented, while the art work is decent, the character designs are decidedly masculine. Also, I would almost bet the farm that the “mystery character” is going to be a trap. Probably “your brother”.

    I dunno, this seems really strange commercially and as an art project a little uninspired.

    • AA445

      Love’s prior games tend to be plot-heavy, with a focus on innovative narrative structures. I don’t think that it’s meant to be a straight-up eroge – more likely a story-first VN with some erotic features thrown in to liven things up

      • Jake Martinez

        Well, there certainly seems like there is a lot of emphasis on kink, including an evidently mandatory scene every night of the cruise, for a game that’s not supposed to be a straight-up eroge.

        That’s why this VN is so confusing…

  • Sebastian

    It’s a pretty nice visual novel/eroge that centers around queer people, power play (POWER is a central theme in the game) and the balance between being a dick and not being a dick. It’s not a straightforward eroge or visual novel, but the theme and ideas are interesting. I mean, if you like games just for art, maybe this isn’t for you and that’s alright.

    The sex scenes are really really REEEEEEALLY well written, but there’s maybe too many memes in the dialogue.