Puneet Varma

Secret Wives' Club

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Developer(s)  Sekilala
Genre(s)  Adventure
Platform(s)  Windows
Publisher(s)  JP: Sekilala NA: G-Collections
Release  JP: November 15, 2002 NA: July 30, 2003

Secret Wives' Club is a computer game which explores the Japanese fetish of hitozuma, a form of erotica that involves having sexual relationships with married women. A game by G-Collections, a company that works closely with Peach Princess, the player's task is to sexually train three different women, who do not lead satisfying sexual lives with their husbands.

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Story

On the first day of a new job as a tutor, Issei finds the mother of his student to be the girl he met in Bali. Happy to meet him again, she later introduces him to her two beautiful friends, girls of leisure who are frustrated with their boring lives. Before he knows it, he agrees to become their helper in the "pleasures of life".

Kagari Oishi

A generous housewife, she is Chisato's friend. She's very curious about her wondrous life. Once turned on, she won't be able to stop. She likes to be sticking to her helper all the time.

Nana Kawasaki

A shy woman, Nana is a friend of Chisato. She's good to her friend, and their life is far from what it should be.

Chisato Takasugi

Chisato has too much free time because she has a housekeeper who asks the other girls for help. She had a meeting with Issei on the island of Bali. She is a bit of an exhibitionist.

Game System

Secret Wives' Club is an adventure game. The game utilizes a multi-ending system, where the stories unfold and change according to command selections. It is entirely up to the player how the stories will grow and end. The player chooses the character and the type of lesson from a menu. The further one proceeds in the game, the more lesson selections one will have. Each character has different types of lessons depending on their personalities.

References

Secret Wives' Club Wikipedia


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