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Fake Porn Games: Avoid These Scams!

Fake porn games scam poster

Oh boy, it's been quite some time we have wanted to talk about this subject. Fake Porn Games or Porn Games Scams are one of the worse plague affecting the adult gaming industry right now. Using simple marketing methods along with your urge to masturbate, they can rip off your bank account from hundreds of dollars/euros before you even manage to notice it. In this article we will give you couple tips to avoid those scams and how to identify them, and of course we will explain how to find real porn games that you can play for free or at least buy without getting scammed.

How to identify fake porn games and scams

The perfect scam for video game enthusiasts

If you are playing video games from time to time, there is a good chances that Google knows about it. And if Google knows, everyone knows! That is the beauty of your privacy on internet. Subsequently, when you visit an adult site for your daily dose of fun, you will be the perfect target for video game advertisement, which makes sense so far.

Only let me tell you one thing, here at Steamy Gamer we crawl the internet to find the best adult games available out there, and trust me they do not have the budget to advertise on big websites such as Pornhub, Youporn and so on. Most of adult games are created by amateurs and it is rarely their main source of income. There are some exceptions but for most cases, this is how it is.

You've probably seen those porn games ads before

"Try not to cum when playing this game", "Play a free porn game that will make you cum in seconds!" or "Sex simulator, no download required". Sounds familiar? Well if you ever had the curiosity to click on any of those, you would then land on a page asking a bunch of questions such as "This sex simulator is so extreme that you might find it disturbing, continue?" after what you will have to choose your gender and so on... They might also tell you that the game is compatible with your browser and computer, while telling you exactly what browser or type of computer you are using. That's total bull**** by the way. They are literally using one line of code to detect what computer and browser you are using, simply to encourage you to continue further.

Note that while you answer these questions, you will usually enjoy a very explicit background video featuring the characters of very well-known video games such as Overwatch, League of Legends, Tomb Raider and so on. Sorry to disappoint you but these are not videos taken from the potential game they're trying to lure you into. They are called SFM and they are animated by talented artists that sell them in possible shady conditions without fear of any licensing issue. At best they are stolen to make these ads.

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Alright but where is the scam?

Now that we identified more precisely what kind of scheme we are talking about, let's get into the most important part.

Once you have gone through the process of shamelessly giving out all the details of your kinks including the size of your penis or your sexual orientation. You should finally get to a page asking for your payment details like the one below.

Porn game scam payment page

Payment details for a free game? Well if you haven't left by now, I'm sorry to tell you that you are not among the smart ones. *sorry*

There are two things you should identify and notice by now:

  • You are being asked for payment informations without even knowing the name of the game
  • You have never been shown any actual screenshots of the game (as explained before, some nice and juicy video game SFM animation in the background are not a quality insurance)

More than 150$ every month for a porn game you know nothing about yet

Let's jump into my favorite part, discovering the scam in the payment details. Let's read together one of those "offer conditions" written small enough so that you can barely notice them:

  • Your free 2 day trial to ***************** renews at the same calendar day at a fixed $39.95/month after the trial ends unless cancelled. To avoid being charged, simply cancel your membership before the trial period ends. VAT of XX% will be added to all collected fees.

So the game is Free after all! For two days... but don't worry, you have two days to cancel your membership. It's just long enough so that you won't hear about the client support in this delay. And that is IF you ever hear about them. I have red countless testimonials of people trying to cancel this type of subscriptions, and it is HELL. Sometimes it takes months before someone from the support actually cancels your account, because you can't even do it yourself. But let's keep reading.

  • +Your Platinum Membership Details++: -************** - 7 Days Free Trial, membership renews same calendar day at a fixed $39.94/monthly, after the trial period ends unless cancelled
  • **************** - 10 Days Free Trial, membership renews same calendar day at a fixed $49.95/monthly, after the trial period ends unless cancelled

You are not hallucinating, these are two additional offers that you will be charged for. I have intentionally omitted the name of the websites but these are all different websites that are leading to a login / signup page with no further information about their products.

Let's recap.

You are going to pay $39.95 + $39.94 + $49.95 (+ VAT) which is roughly $150 dollars for a game EACH MONTH. And they can easily rip you off thousands of dollars before you manage to cancel it.

So please be smart and read CAREFULLY the offer conditions, this is your best chance at not getting scammed.

But will I get a game if I pay nonetheless?

I will answer this question for the curious ones, because if you seriously consider to pay $150 a month for a game then you really deserve to be scammed after all.

The short answer is yes, there usually is a game after you agreed to pay, quite a ridiculously terrible one. I didn't bother to do it myself but Samantha Cole made an article on Vice about this. And needless to say that this is not worth a hundred dollars or even close to what they "promised" while displaying high quality background videos.

Which websites are scams and which ones are not?

Websites you should NOT trust for sex games

It's important to note that those are just examples. There are many more with the same scheme. In any case if you ever come across these types of ads, please refrain from going any further, like pretty much any advertising on porn tubes anyway. Also, these domains are very probably all owned by the same company since most of them will end on the same payment page with the same scammy offers.

  • sexsimulator.com
  • bigdick.com
  • cumshots.com
  • freeonlineadultsexgames.com
  • adultgamepass.com
  • funfuckdolls.com
  • free-adult-games.com
  • extremefreegames.com
  • mrporngeek.com - eventhough *some* links are legit, most of the adult games links lead to scams
  • best-sex-games.com - most of the game proposed lead to scams schemes
  • bestfreesexgames.com - more scams

By now you should have a broad idea of what kind of pages you should not trust.

Website you CAN trust for sex games

If you didn't notice yet, Steamy Gamer is a database for real and trustworthy sex games. Because there are a ton of legit adult games you can play, but they are hard to find because Google and the porn sites are polluted with money making scams, while dedicated game developers are working on real games that are worth playing.

Here is where you can find real sex games:

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