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Leather Goddesses of Phobos

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Leather Goddesses of Phobos (LGOF) was Infocom's first " risqué title, and is probably why the game sold so well in 1986. Even text-based sex sells!

According to research by Jason 'Textfiles.com' Scott, LGOF was Infocom's second best-selling title between 1981-1989.

Back of the Box:

"LEATHER GODDESSES OF PHOBOS is an uproarious role-playing romp that heralds a new breed of computer games."
-Newsweek

Since its release in August 1986, Leather Goddesses of Phobos has won numerous accolades and awards. The fastest-selling Infocom title ever, it was the first interactive story with an amusingly risqué theme and three "naughtiness" levels- tame, suggestive, and lewd.

Now this interactive fiction classic has joined Infocom's specially-priced Solid Gold line. Solid Gold classics are the "paperback" versions of Infocom's best-selling titles, offering the complete game disk and an instruction manual containing everything you need to know to play. Plus, all Solid Gold titles feature on-screen hints!

With Leather Goddesses of Phobos, author Steve Meretzky has created a hilarious spoof of 1930's pulp science fiction. You're kidnapped by minions of the fiendish Leather Goddesses, who are plotting to turn the Earth into their private pleasure palace.

If you succeed in escaping their clutches, you'll begin a naughty, bawdy, and very, very amusing romp across the solar system. Your mission is to collect the materials you'll need to defeat the Leather Goddesses and save humanity from their dastardly plan.
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Developer:
Infocom
Publisher:
Infocom
Designer:
Steve Meretzky
Genre:
Interactive Fiction
Theme:
sci-fi
Player mode:
Single-player
Origin:
USA
Release date:
1986

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