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The Legend of Queen Opala
« on: June 27, 2012, 01:17:58 AM »
Just want to clue you in to this really cool and sexy RPG; especially since it's FREE!

Swegabe over at Hentai Foundry is the guy behind it (and presumably its sole creator).

You are an adventurer (duh) who arrives in Egypt and manages to discover a plot against Queen Opala. Your mission is to stop the usurper... or, you can join the usurper if you want!

Opala and her mother, Lady Farah, are raving, kinky nymphomaniacs. Farah is "fond" of the horses, and Opala is quite close to her pet panther... Farah also has colossal breasts (as seen in the attachment, a promotional poster).

There's some quite good voice work in the game.

It plays pretty well (at least as far as I've gotten in it), and is actually a decent game even without the sex. There's a sequel being worked on in stages, too. Doesn't seem to be much of a manual/rulebook, but it's simple enough to figure it out. No sign of any walkthroughs....

The female leads in the game are also depicted in the renders of Blackadder.
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"Violets in May
believe me when I say
your eyes are violet blue,
your lips alluring too.
Life can be so swell
picking violets in a dell.
Life can be so great
picking violets with your mate."
-  William Tate Bond, Violets in May

Re: The Legend of Queen Opala
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2012, 01:22:15 AM »
Nice artwork, nice big ass titties!

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Re: The Legend of Queen Opala
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2017, 12:28:01 AM »
Well..... Since the original Legend of Queen Opala, Gabeworks has been busy!

Legend of Queen Opala II was released in 2014.

Legend of Queen Opala: Origin is currently in production. Episode 1 was released in August 2015; Episode 2 was released last week. And there's more to come!

Follow her at http://gabework.blogspot.se/

rtpoe

"Violets in May
believe me when I say
your eyes are violet blue,
your lips alluring too.
Life can be so swell
picking violets in a dell.
Life can be so great
picking violets with your mate."
-  William Tate Bond, Violets in May