Sinclair's Bar

Author: FullHeartGames
Version: .51A
Last Updated: 2021-11-10 17:09:08


Review by DerrekA
Version reviewed: .51A on 2021-11-23 20:29:47

I'll be interested to see where this goes. The fact that it's "Oops, all twinks!" is pretty offputting, and it desperately needs more events and variety, but it's good for an early build.


Review by norgomond
Version reviewed: .40A on 2021-08-09 21:17:01

I initially played an early build of the game and I liked what I saw enough to keep up with it as it develops. You follow one of two general paths based on an early choice and you either become the dominant master/pimp of your husband, or he dominates you and makes you his submissive slut. 

The two of you run a bar together which you decide to turn into a brothel, this part happens regardless of who is the dom in the relationship. 

Building out the stable of whores is something that the developer is working on and he's really receptive to feedback and suggestions about kind of prostitutes the players want to see (within the constraints of the game's themes).

I'm looking forward to where this game goes and it's nice to know it has such an active developer.


Review by UnrulyDogboy
Version reviewed: .40A on 2021-08-09 09:56:36

Great to see this game here.  I have been following this game since it started.  The dev is very active and seems receptive to feedback. 

This is a great start for a game.  It has elements of classic harem games but with a central MM theme. Okay but onto the review:

It is new, so you can play this game in one sitting.   However, given how new it is, there is a surprising amount of hot writing.  The dev updates regularly and while there are occasionally bugs, they get squished at the next update.  I like how there is a SUB and a DOM path the player can choose.  I am looking forward to the addition of new men to the harem and maybe m33ting more and more diverse clients.

As a fan of MM games, this is one to keep an eye on.

I love that TFGames hosts a variety of games with a variety of themes.  It makes the entire community feel welcome!

Unruly