Night Life (video game)

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Night Life
Night Life
Cover art
Developer(s)Kōei
Publisher(s)Kōei
Platform(s)NEC PC-8801
FM-7
Release
Genre(s)Eroge
Mode(s)Single-player

Night Life (ナイトライフ) is an erotic simulation game by Kōei,[1][2] released for the PC-8801 computer in April 1982.

It was one of the earliest commercial Japanese erotic computer games, featuring sexually explicit images,[1] and a precursor to the modern eroge genre.[2] Night Life was marketed as an aid for the sex life of couples. It included such features as a schedule to determine a woman's period, and a catalog of possible sexual positions, with artwork consisting of black-and-white outlines.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Retro Japanese Computers: Gaming's Final Frontier, Hardcore Gaming 101, reprinted from Retro Gamer, Issue 67, 2009
  2. ^ a b Jones, Matthew T. (December 2005). "The Impact of Telepresence on Cultural Transmission through Bishoujo Games" (PDF). PsychNology Journal. 3 (3): 292–311. ISSN 1720-7525. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-06-20. Retrieved 2011-01-31.