This here’s our definitive list of the best adult games you can play. We hand-picked these and wanted to include the classics and modern classics, too. Yes, this includes even sex games and games with sexual themes or scenes. Thus, we need to put this little red message at the top for you to read.
Warning: It obviously goes without saying, the ribald content of this saucy article is NSFW (not safe for work), NSFP (not safe for public) and NSFNH (not safe for nana’s house).
Also, if you’re interested in finding out about some of the best adult games on Steam specifically, check out this post over here once you’re done with this one.
Best Adult Games (Sex Games)
Leisure Suit Larry
Let’s start with a classic, and ease our way in from there. You know we had to include this one in a list of the best adult games. Any sex games list, really.
Since its humble beginnings in the late 80s, the madcap exploits of the affable Larry Laffer have been delighting audiences with their tongue-in-cheek irreverence and more innuendo than you can shake a particularly phallic stick at. Your goal in these point and click adventures is to meet and seduce attractive ladies before introducing them to the more compelling parts of your pants. You’ll be stymied on multiple occasions, however, not just by rebuffed affections, but by the many hazards that await you at every turn.
Trying to decide which of the many titles in this franchise to opt for is a tricky bit of business (as long as it’s not the atrocious 2004 reboot, Magna Cum Laude), but the general consensus is that the seventh entry, Love for Sail, is the big winner. Its animation may be fairly dated by today’s standards, and the puns range from cringeworthy to bang-your-head-in-the-door-frame-until-you-pass-out-worthy, but it’s all a bit of fun, and has enough challenges, surprises, and sight gags to keep you entertained for hours. Truly among the best adult games of all time. It’s available at a low cost on Steam and GOG, as well as a bevy of other Larry titles in the series.
Also, that theme song is pure auditory sax.