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Sexy Maid Service stays subtle, brings the classy

Jan 17 // Matthew Razak

You know what really vexes me in the gaming world these days? The lack of subtle and classy erotic games on the iPhone and iPod Touch. They're all just so trashy. When I'm trying to get an erection while on the go I want to be able to do it with a bit of respect. Enter iFun4All and their first erotic game Sexy Maid Service.

I believe that the game's producer and creative director, Piotr Bielatowicz, can sum up the company's high-minded goals far better than I can: “Our games will be subtle and classy. You can easily enjoy them during your daily commute without being embarrassed, the goal here is to become the Playboy of the App Store. We strive to provide high quality content that does not fall in the porn category.”

Ahhh, yes. I can't tell you how many times I've had the latest issue of Playboy with me on the Metro. I lift it up and unfold the the centerfold and stare at it while everyone on the train thinks, "That's one subtle and classy guy, right there." Now, when people come up to me and ask how I got so subtle and classy, I can whip out my iPod and show them this game.


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