Top 5 Adult VR Games with Gamey Elements

Hi I’m Rob Cram, and today we’re going to do something slightly different to what we’ve done before when looking at adult VR games. In this video, we’re going to look at adult VR games that have gamey elements. What we’ve discovered is that many of these games and experiences are basic model posers and viewers and nothing more, but they’re still classed as adult VR games. In this video we’re going to look at the top five adult vr games that actually have gameplay it’s not that many to be honest compared to the amount of model posers and viewers out there. There’s a reason for this and that’s due to the fact that it’s far easier for a developer to create a project as a model viewer poser rather than including the gameplay elements that people might be looking for, so this list is pretty unique. Let’s go.


Holodexxx Home episode one and two released over four years ago for PC, Featuring real life actress Marley Brinks. The team at Holodex pride themselves in their scanning technology to bring Marley into the game world as realistically as possible. What episode one and two do for you as a player is put you into a sort of role play story situation where Marley’s character is a digital companion as far as the story is concerned and you get to interact with her via conversation in some kind of weird don’t tell the programmers that her AI driven character has gone rogue. But like the sci-fi movie Total Recall, we’re not sure if that angle is actually part of the ai character story that she wants you to follow. You can also customize her character quite a bit and sit down together and watch a movie. Either way, the visuals are really good and character looks great and of course this is playable in VR and on desktop which is a bonus. There’s not much to it though so you can probably breeze through both episodes in a couple of hours, if that. But still, it’s nice to have a story driven adult VR experience that transcends a basic model viewer.


Custom Maid 3D2 It’s a Night Magic is available for PC via Steam from developer KISS. The game released way back in 2019, and features a story where you take over your uncle’s business and try and turn it around after it is failing and facing closure. The way to do this is to hire and fire staff, train them, assign them to specific parts of the business and make executive decisions. You can also spend some time creating your desired characters. It’s quite an in-depth management SIM type game but also features a dating element where you can date the characters, get to know them better which in turn makes them more accomplished at their specific roles that you’ve assigned to them. I would say that on this list of VR experiences, Custom Maid 3D2 It’s a Night Magic is probably the most gamey of them all. Much like the Illusion Soft games such as Honey Select, it’s got a story driven element behind it which is really cool so this is definitely worth checking out despite its age. Obviously, it features anime looking characters, so if you’re not really into that then you might want to give it a miss. If you can overlook the design choice, then there’s a lot of fun to be had here. We have had some good times with this game and it’s nice to have a management sim in the adult VR space. It ties it all together nicely and gives you a bit more purpose. This game comes highly recommend as a gamey experience.


The whole purpose of the villain simulator is purely gameplay motivated where you take on the role of a villain and a selection of female clones. Before you dive into the main game you can separately customise and create your own characters which you can then use in the main story part of the game. From what I gather from developer Znel Arts is that your task is to break down the will of your captives so that you finally get to have your wicked way as the evil villain. It’s not easy though as each character has their own quirks for you to discover. You can even programme specific quirks for characters and share them with other players which is kind of neat. Whose current form the game is pretty basic, but it does have a lot of potential from a gameplay perspective. It’s also pretty unique, In the sense that there are not many games that feature this sort of subject matter which instantly puts it in its own gamey category. The developer is regularly updating the game and therefore it’s definitely worth checking out.


operation Lovecraft Fallen Doll has had a rocky ride since its conception many years ago. Originally it was just Fallen Doll. One of the few games back then that actually had some gameplay elements. It’s been about eight years in development and has progressed quite a lot since then despite taking a long time to get anywhere with its lofty goals. In his current form the beta access harim mode is a multiplayer type experience where you are tasked with unlocking outfits for the characters and collecting battle cards that you’ll be using in a future feature. So what I found is the hook is unlocking of all of the content and there is quite a lot of stuff in there taking a number of hours to get through it all. It’s a bit grindy but it’s quite fun to collect them all. Just to give you an idea our playtime at the moment is about A120 hours plus so that gives you a good idea of how much time you can spend and we haven’t even unlocked everything in the game yet and there’s more to come. Now some sections of the community might suggest that this game is a money grab and it’s not worth supporting due to the fact that’s taking so long to reach this stage. There’s so much more promised that there’s massive doubt whether any of that will come to fruition. But in its current form it’s a fun game, and with the unreal engine vr mod from Praydog getting ahead of the native VR support, means you can jump into the vr aspects immediately. There is a free demo on steam where you can play with the native vr, but the Harem mode doesn’t feature that just yet. The game features some of the best looking character models we’ve seen and the multiplayer just kind of works in a quirky kind of way. For the £30 investment, it has been worth it so far.


We’ve gotta give props to developer Antizero for his Captain Hardcore game, another title that’s been in development for a number of years now. Whilst the game is in fact a model poser and viewer in a number of locations including a brand-new suburban neighbourhood, it also features first person shooting elements. You can travel across the Galaxy in your spacecraft and then land on planets for exploration. Some planets are more hostile than others. Armed with your trusty pistol, you can explore abandoned locations and shoot down attacking robots in true first-person shooter action. The bonus here as well is the game is playable in VR and on desktop. It’s also got a Quest standalone version where you can also use the pass through mode to play with the characters which is really cool and there’s a lot of them and a load of customization as well. The end goal offers a very complete package, but it’s still has a long way to go in its development.


At the end of the day depending on what you want to get out of your adult VR gaming experience will determine whether you’re into these sort of gamey elements. As far as we’re concerned, gaming elements really set the games apart from each other for the reasons we’ve already mentioned. Now, there are other fully fledged games like Skyrim VR that have mod support that can give you a really massive gaming experience with your adult themesincluded. But we’re mostly focusing on non-mod support aside from the exception of Operation Lovecraft but that game does actually have native VR planned which we’ve seen some of. There a other games as well that we haven’t mentioned such as vr kanojo or summer vacation which offer story driven vr gaming experiences with gameplay elements that are worth a look if you’re new to VR.

Written by: Rob Cram

Rob Cram has hundreds of video game reviews, thousands of articles under his belt with years of experience in gaming and tech. He aims to remain fair and free from publisher/developer influence. With his extensive knowledge, feels his gaming opinions are valid and worth sharing. Agreement with his views are entirely optional. He might have a bias towards cyberpunk.