Very few know that there was a game named “Playboy – The Mansion” For all those who are not high class, elite and lack the privilege to attend Hugh Hefner’s parties.. can now do so with this game.Try out this game guys. I have tried it and it is awesome.. Specially if you are keen to find out what it feels to live with blonde beauties 🙂
You can go totally crazy with what you can do in the game. You are Hugh Hefner, take as many bunnies as you want and prop them or let them be nude and you have the entire mansion to run and go wild!
The Sims style strategy GamePlay puts players in the role of Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy magazine & Playboy Enterprises. With the main aim of the game to build the famed Playboy Empire from scratch, starting from a humble magazine to celebrity endorsements to home entertainment to Internet websites to merchandise.The player can mould the famed Playboy Mansion to their own needs and wants, and has the option of experiencing the infamous Playboy Playmate parties in locations such as the Grotto and the Clubhouse. Hef, as well as all other characters in the game, can build three types of relationships with other characters: casual, business, and romantic.
Each month, the player has to print an issue of the magazine. To do that the player needs a cover shoot, a centerfold, an essay from a celebrity, interview with a celebrity, a pictorial about a subject and an article about a subject. The player must hire photographers and writers to create each issue. All the characters have interests, such as sports and music, and writers on those topics will produce higher-quality articles. In the game, the player is the photographer during photo shoots. The game contains many sexual references, including sexual relationships.
The idea is that as a young, vital Hugh Hefner, you take the magazine from the first issue and build it up from there. However, in the game’s mission mode, you’ll get a good head start by having already acquired the famous Playboy Mansion. The game breaks down into three easy pieces. Of course, your primary concern is publishing your magazine, which demands that you acquire a set number of pieces of content: one cover shot, one centerfold, one article, one interview, one essay, and one pictorial. You’ll need to hire a small staff of journalists and photographers to produce most of the content, as well as a new Playmate each month, but for the cover shots, essays, and interviews, you’ll need celebrities.To get connected to celebrities, you’ll need to throw some parties…a lot of parties, actually. By inviting prominent figures from the world of politics, sports, and just about every arm of the entertainment industry to your get-togethers, you’ll be able to strike up conversations with them. And after you’ve gotten to know them, you can ask them to contribute to the magazine. Social networking plays a big role in Playboy: The Mansion.
Successful parties will increase your overall fame, which helps sell magazines. To throw a successful party, you’ll need to make sure you’ve invited a group of compatible people, in addition to hiring Playboy Bunny hostesses to keep the rooms alive and providing plenty of other activities to keep your guests happy. To keep the Mansion as fabulous as possible, you’ll have to take some of your magazine money and reinvest it in the grounds. There’s an extensive amount of customization available, letting you determine the floor plan of the mansion as well as the furniture and various decorative pieces that are housed inside.
Similarly, if you don’t want to obsess over the interior design of the Mansion, you can simply do the bare minimum to keep guests happy and be done with it, since Hef’s own personal satisfaction isn’t a factor at all.The game gives you the option of playing in mission or free-form mode. The most compelling bit of content inside Playboy: The Mansion involves the unlockable extras, which include classic Playboy covers, centerfolds, and interviews with celebrities ranging from Snoop Dogg to Jimmy Carter. The dozens of photos from across Playboy’s history provide an interesting retrospective on the magazine, and to a certain extent, American pop culture at large. The interviews hold up without any nostalgic assistance and simply represent good reads. Ironically, the articles might just be the best reason to subscribe to Playboy: The Mansion.
The game is mostly played from a three-quarters overhead perspective, though you can spin the camera around and zoom in and out at will. The people in the game all have a pleasantly nondescript look to them, à la The Sims, and after interacting with dozens of unique celebrities and staffers, they’ll all start blending together. Similarly, the girls who pose for the cover and centerfold shoots, despite having different hairstyles, skin tones, and bra sizes, are otherwise indistinguishable. Combine this with the limited animation routines the girls go through during the photo shoots, and over the course of publishing a year’s worth of Playboy magazines, it’ll start seeming like you’re just taking pictures of the same girl in a different wig…which, if you think about it, is kind of creepy.
There are twelve missions in total. Some of the goals include making and/or fixing relationships with people, publishing certain magazine content, and throwing parties. Players can also choose not to achieve goals, as there is no time limit, and do other things such as parties, mansion renovations and playing with the mansion’s variety of games; however, magazines must continue to be published as that is the player’s income source.
Playboy: The Mansion – Naughty Game Extensions
The expansion adds many new features to the game. When characters engage in sexual activities, they now remove their underwear and their genitals are blurred, much like The Sims characters. Another feature is the ability to throw “theme parties”, which consist of Halloween, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hef’s Birthday, Tropical, Playmate of the Year and more.