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Ukrainian development studio TwoMan has published their latest pixel art eroge, I am a Prostitute.

The blue-haired, nameless protagonist of I am a Prostitute has quite an ungrateful family. His dad has taken a huge loan and signed him as a pledge. Unless he’s able to somehow pay off the $7,000 debt, he will be kidnapped by his father’s benefactors. With no other options left, he turns to prostitution.

I am a Prostitute is a simple game, in which you accept female guests and proceed to service them in a simple rhythm game, pressing keys in time with the thrusts. The better your timing, the more money you earn. You have eight days to earn the required amount, and can only screw so much in a single night. Still, if you manage to turn your juice into excess revenue, the game offers additional unlocks, like more girls, clothing options, and poses.

The game features a simple pixel art style and a total of 8 characters available for interaction, each with two poses. It was made by the Ukrainian indie studio TwoMan, also responsible for My Sleeping Sister and Conquest of the Mind.

Below, you can view the game’s official description, and sample screenshots:

I have a huge debt...

And I know prostitution is the only option...


A pixel art animation with many different girls!

Four types of clothing: casual, swimsuit, ero-ero, nude!

Earn money from sex and unlock new actions!

And also a little background about the main character!

You can purchase I am a Prostitute on DLsite for roughly $5.83, or 648JPY. There’s also a demo of the game available on the store page, so make sure to check it out before purchase.

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