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Popular sex party game banned from distribution platform over pornographic content (VIDEO)

Popular sex party game banned from distribution platform over pornographic content (VIDEO)
House Party, a game in which players unsurprisingly attend a house party at which they try and have sex with women and fight drunken unruly party guests, has been banned from distribution platform Steam due to complaints over “pornography.”

One month after going on sale, the game has been banned until a “watered down” version of the game can be developed, according to the raunchy simulators creators Eek! Games.

"House Party was temporarily removed as a result of a number of complaints that were sent to Steam about the game. The game has been a target for a certain group of people since the day it launched, and said people were posting very aggressive, distasteful and hateful comments directed toward the game and its community of players," the creator said in a blog post.

Throughout the game, players experience a range of debaucherous activities the moment they step into the house, from fighting and foul language to nudity and sex. It has become popular on YouTube with players uploading their experiences.

Hardly groundbreaking stuff, but fans of the game argued that the ban is unfair, especially considering that other sexually explicit games such as “Ladykiller in a Bind” an “erotic romantic comedy about social manipulation, crossdressing, and girls tying up other girls,” is still available on the site.

“I personally love the game, and hope to see it develop further in the future. Maybe if you wanted, you could add an uncensored patch for us pervs, but i’m still just pissed that a few select people had to ruin it for us!” wrote one fan.

“Please don’t water down the game, on the contrary make it even more sexualized, because f**k those people imposing their opinions on others. We can’t succumb to their hypocrisy!” another said.

Others pointed to the fact that violence is fine but sex, at least in this game, is not.

“I can not believe Steam did that. Violence it’s fine with them but sex isn’t? What is this 1950? They should have just ignored the idiots complaining.”

For now gamers will have to purchase House Party elsewhere, at least until the developers clean the game up to adhere to Steam's standards.