Vanilla Beast: Ace in the Hole is a retro mashup coming to PC

Vanilla Beast: Ace in the Hole

A retro game mashup inspired by arcade and console classics.

Vanilla Gaming Company has unveiled Vanilla Beast: Ace in the Hole, a new PC title that will be available in Q4 2023. This colorful parody adventure game will transport us back to the golden era of video games, paying tribute to some of the genre’s most popular classics.

An homage to the classics

Vanilla Beast: Ace in the Hole‘s open-world gameplay comprises stages primarily influenced by legendary arcade and console games, each developed by a separate artist or team to capture a distinctly retro look and feel. Put yourself in the shoes of secret agent extraordinaire VanillaBeast and set out on an exciting journey to safeguard the city’s ladies of the night from a mystery evildoer.

Vanilla Beast: Ace in the Hole

Explore a full city, visiting places like the Casino, Country Club, Baseball Field, Strip Club, Lake Winnedonka, and others to accomplish side quests and gain new things that will help you move through the tale.

A cast of current and previous adult performers, including Eva Notty, Kasey Storm, and Anna Claire Clouds, will assist you on your trip, as will iconic picture sessions made available through a relationship with Las Vegas-based Pornstar Platinum. Naturally, there is innuendo, off-color comedy, and plenty of scandalous stuff throughout the game. Yes, the ESRB will be our best buddy.

Vanilla Beast: Ace in the Hole is set to be released on PC via Steam in the fourth quarter of 2023. You may already add it to your Steam wishlist.

Watch the game trailer down below!

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1 Comment

  • Frank says:

    This actually looks really fun and fresh. Been a long time since we’ve seen something like this, definitely checking this one out.

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