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DuoDevelopers is working on an adult adventure game Debauchery in Caelia Kingdoms. It’s part simulator, part RPG, and a whole lot of story.

Debauchery in Caelia Kingdoms puts players in the role of a character who has inherited the lordship of a small kingdom. They must work to gain the trust of their subjects or rule them with an iron fist while governing their new empire. It’s a story-based game that unfolds with player choices, and has some RNG-style combat. Players may notice many similarities to Trials in Tainted Space.

The game includes a variety of adult content, all of which is delivered in the form of a story rather than visuals at the present moment. With consideration for people who aren’t interested in specific fetishes, Debauchery in Caelia Kingdoms offers the option of toggling futanari and furry content off. It also gives specific warnings when there will be other niche content, such as bisexual scenes. The current public build (0.2.0e) contains over 30,000 words of story, MC transformation, multiple endings for each follower, procedural NPCs, basic implementation of combat, quest system, and more. The developers plan to add city management, slave training, marriage, pregnancy, and breeding in future builds.

You can grab the latest public build of Debauchery in Caelia Kingdoms from DuoDeveloper’s Patreon. They also have a less polished build available as well, which has less features but more story. Supporters of the Patreon will be granted access to later builds sooner (currently 0.2.1).

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