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3D Sex Simulator Project H Receives First Beta

New beta known as Fallen Doll


The independent and ambitious Project H developers have released the first beta demonstration version of their 3D sex simulator dubbed Fallen Doll.

After a rather major kerfuffle caused by a broken down Oculus Rift, the developers at Project H have quickly resumed work on their series of 3D sex simulator games built in Unreal Engine 4.

As they have promised in the last update and prior to alpha release, they have now released a new beta version of their project called Project H: Fallen Doll. The new beta features one scene where you can play around with a well-endowed lady with a side ponytail, while you do your best to make her climax using an assortment of sexual devices and your own virtual hands. Even if there isn’t much to do in that lone scene, the game does look and sound promising.

Project H: Fallen Doll can now be downloaded for free at Game Jolt along with the previous test alpha build. Be sure to also check out a few sample screenshots from the game before you decide to indulge yourself in a download.


The final version of Project H will be an uncensored English release on the Affect3D store, while a censored Japanese version will find its place on DLsite and DMM. The developers are aiming for a price range between 10-20 USD for both the VR and non-VR version of the full game.

Be sure to follow the development of Project H by following the developer’s Tumblr blog. We can’t wait to see how this ambitious project evolves in the next few months.

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