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Now in the Steam Store!

The heroine is a girl who likes sports. However, what is troubling is that after exercise, the stockings on her feet will be wet by sweat, giving out a unique smell.

· There are some exercise machines in her room and the player needs to control her movement.
· After sports, stockings on girls’ feet will become smelly.
· Players can make stockings with different smells by combining different sports, shoes and stockings.
· Smelly stockings can be reclaimed for money.
· Smelly feet can be washed in the bathtub after exercise.
· Fatigue can be recovered through massage props.


As you know, this kind of game is rare on steam. It still suits some people’s interests, doesn’t it? (just like me )XP
I hope it can do better and better.

Not recommended.

?mAKE game more girls need more girls sweat odor sport girls athletices in this game NOW! game not enough girls stink

(Original in Chinese)

I’m an idiot After playing for 22 minutes, the main way to play is to buy new socks, then do sports to make socks and sell them online. If you want to play, remember to buy socks before exercising, otherwise your exercise will be in vain (being able to change clothes does not mean that you already have that type of socks, be sure to see clearly) There are two status bars. If the cleanliness is low, you can go to the bathroom to wash. If your physical strength is low, you can go to bed for massage (really massage, don’t have any unrealistic desires) This can only change socks and take off the sports suit, and it can’t even make me a dress-up game

Only £3.99 on Steam.

We live in an age of miracles and wonders.


Comment from S. Weasel
Time: March 14, 2022, 6:28 pm

To be clear – and I only figured this out reading reviews – the object of the game is to make smelly socks to sell online to perverts. Then you take that money and buy more socks. So it’s really about entrepreneurship.

Pff! Yeah, right!

Comment from ExpressoBold
Time: March 14, 2022, 6:42 pm


3.14.2022 : It’s π Day !!!!!!

ᴨ = 3.14159


Comment from Uncle Al
Time: March 14, 2022, 7:47 pm

I stopped being surprised at computer games when Sierra came out with Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards. IIRC that was 1987 or 88.

Comment from Mike In Fairfax
Time: March 14, 2022, 10:51 pm

Rule 34 – If it exists, there is porn of it.

Comment from Mitch
Time: March 15, 2022, 1:48 am

Right. Stop the planet, I want to get off. Anywhere will do. I’m sure someone will be along shortly and I’ll just hitch a ride to…somewhere, anywhere else.

Comment from Durnedyankee
Time: March 15, 2022, 7:49 am

Well, at least it’s not one of her selling underwear she’s worn or water she’s bathed in.

Or a sealed jar of her farts.

Wow….I just realized the internet will be our doom, because that’s the only way this insanity is effectively spread.

Comment from peacelovewoodstock
Time: March 15, 2022, 12:17 pm

Young me: “I wonder what will we do for entertainment in the future”

The future: “LOL try and guess”

Comment from Some Vegetable
Time: March 15, 2022, 1:30 pm

Sitting here over coffee this morning I overcame my initial horror and returned here, properly gas masked…with eye ports taped almost completely over so that I could not see too too much of humanity (🎶Doctor, my eyes…🎶) and tried to imagine how such a thing as this game came to be.

At first I was fairly certain that this had to be a ‘labor of love’, albeit a dirty, funky, pretty damn strange labor of love. But: I don’t believe that programming has reached the point where a lone weirdo (I thought of him wearing a face mask like the Lone Ranger™️ and people always saying as he departed carrying a bag full of, of, never-you-mind-what’s-in-that-bag-you’re-too-young, “Who was THAT Weirdo? So, rambling right back to the point: it takes a village hospital-ward-full prison-cell-block-full Company to script, draw, animate, sound-track, and package, and sell this uh, product.

So all that led me to consider the economics. At first you say to me, “Jeeezus, you dumb Vegetable, the percent of the population with a fetish like this can’t be more than one-half-of-one-percent. That’ll never work.” First you would need a gigantic population and then you would need a way to let that termite-tribe know about it, and subsequently purchase it- a good trick if you are trying to convince buyers for Video Game Stores to stock it.

But: here we reach the confluence of two prominent factors of the twenty-first Century: China with its billion people, and the internet, which allows a platform like Steam to reach that billion people, and indeed, another billion comprising Europe, the UK, and the Americas). Suddenly that one-half-of-one-percent is a million potential customers, who can buy this stinker (sorry) from the privacy of their bedrooms and mom will never know. Even if you only got twenty-five percent of that million, I am sure you could turn a tidy profit.

So what were once niches are now big markets, and it’s only a matter of time until your personal fetish is available in video-game-form.

Mine is… HA! You ALMOST got me to tell, but just never you mind…

Comment from Durnedyankee
Time: March 15, 2022, 2:23 pm

Who was that masked man!?

Oh, that’s Doc Fauci, he has some kind of laboratory (pronounced la-bor-a-tory by folks in these here parts) over the stables.
When he ain’t drunk or tending to some prospector’s lame mule he’s generally locked up in there with Wang Chi, the feller from the Wuhan Chinee laundry over on the edge of town.

Comment from S. Weasel
Time: March 15, 2022, 5:12 pm

Actually, Some Veg, there are all sorts of game programming tools out there that automate huge parts of the process. Further, you can buy assets like 3D models. I strongly suspect this *is* the work of a lone fetishist.

Comment from Cantharkmycry
Time: March 15, 2022, 11:46 pm

What I don’t understand is : why can’t those who want the smelly socks just buy the game and make their own socks? Where is the potential market for the socks?
[BTW, Stoaty, I’ve reached November 2008 in the reread… And it is all fascinating…]

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