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Free Parody Game Darkred’s Adventure Now Available on Itch.io

Darkred’s Adventure, DarkRed333’s free point-and-click game about a cruel trainer using his “raremons” to sexually abuse female trainers, is now available on Itch.io.

Darkred’s Adventure is a short point-and-click adventure game about a monster trainer using his position to abuse other competitors. The story — much like the premise — is rather simple, with players starting out by speaking to a female professor who offers the protagonist a pet monster, called a "raremon". The trainer then tells the creature to restrain the professor so that he can rape her. With a new monster companion and no consequences for his action, the protagonist embarks on a quest to conquer all raremon gyms in the region.

The game uses point-and-click controls, with players choosing which location on the world map the trainer should visit next. Each point houses a singular NPC; some will be female trainers who have to be defeated, while others will provide tips on how to win against them. The main objective is to visit all locations in the right order to discover all of the game's six animated, pixel-art sex scenes.

This game is a fan based parody. "DarkRed333" is not affiliated or associated with these legal entities on any terms.

A short, point and click adventure game, featuring 5 fully animated pixel art scenes and 1 secret scene. It's also free. Have fun!

Travel across the region, capturing "Raremons" and claiming your rewards for defeating trainers.

CONTROLS: mouse, that's all!

Darkred’s Adventure is now available on Itch.io for free.

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