Eekll – House Party (beta) 2.3
Here’s another beta version of House Party! There are some really cool updates in this version including the hilariously appropriate ability to whip your member out. This new mechanic of the game will be useful for upcoming scanarios including the new endings you’ve been waiting for. In the meantime, you can play around with the mechanic and watch the various reactions you get. My goal is to have the characters continually be aware of their surroundings, and in turn, they will react to you doing things of that nature in front of them. There’s even a use for the new mechanic to progress further in one of the story-lines. Press the “P” key while playing to toggle between pulling it out, and putting it back in your pants.
Optimized model textures
Fixed a glitch with characters walking through doors
Added to Katherine’s story-line
Added ability to take out penis
Added humorous quips by all NPCs when player takes out his penis near them
Implemented foundation for upcoming scenes.
Fixed various other bugs
Modified player so he can see his own lower body
Player now actually loses clothes in strip cards
Changed the field of view on the camera to prevent warping on the sides of the screen.
Updated the strip poker game to make it harder to cheat
W, S – Move forward/back
A, D – Strafe left/right
C, Z – Crouch/Stand
Press “P” to take out and put away your penis
Alternately, hold down both mouse buttons to move forward
Right Mouse click and drag to move camera
Press I or use the icon on the bottom-right for inventory
Press Left or Right or use the on-screen arrows to cycle through inventory items
Left Click on a character to talk to them.
Left Click on an object to interact with it (Must be close enough)
Left Click on a dialogue option to select it.
Press Escape or use the icon on the bottom-right to pull up the game menu
Graphics card: DX9 (shader model 3.0) capabilities; generally everything made since 2005 should work.
CPU: SSE2 instruction set support.
Recommended Resolution: 1900 x 1200 or higher.
Optimized for 2560×1440, but will work on most.
Recommended: 1600×900 or greater.
Minimum: 1024×768 (Some text may be cut off at this resolution).