HuniePop Targeted by Valve Three Years After Release Due to Content Concerns

Erotic puzzle game and dating sim HuniePop caught the eye of Valve today. According to developer HuniePot, Valve cited the game as violating its rules and guidelines regarding pornography on Steam.

The developer hopes to find a workable resolution, which may involve removing offending content from the game, or the game will become unavailable for purchase on Steam. It’s important to note that, as of right now, HuniePop has been on Steam for over three years. It also is one of those games which by default is censored on Steam and requires the user to download an external patch in order to add in uncensored visuals.

Hopefully HuniePot hears back from Valve sooner than MangaGamer did about the take down of A Kiss for the Petals. Their game is still unavailable since being removed in March.

These are not the only companies being targeted. Indie visual novel developer Lupiesoft also received the notification from Valve that HuniePot did. We’ll be keeping an eye on the situation as it develops.