Leather Goddesses of Phobos
Leather Goddesses of Phobos (cover) by Infocom
Published: 1986, Infocom
Steve Meretzky

Difficulty Level: Standard

And now... the next exciting episode of humanoids in space! How did you, a regular at Joe's Bar in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, end up on a Martian moon? Can you prevent the hideous space creature from abducting the naked heiress? Why does scratch 'n' sniff #2 smell so familiar? How many uses can you find for a rubber hose? Is it easy to remove a brass bikini? Is it hard to outsmart a robotoid suma wrestler? Can you stop the Leather Goddesses' fiendish plan to turn all Earthlings into sex slaves? Learn the answers to these burning questions in LEATHER GODDESSES OF PHOBOS.

Leather Goddesses was Infocom's 22nd game (the 5th science fiction story and the first to have an "Adult" mode!). It was written by Steve Meretzky, the author of Planetfall, Sorcerer, A Mind Forever Voyaging, and co-author of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

The year is 1936. You were at your favourite bar when you were abducted by aliens. They were the Leather Goddesses who took you to Phobos in order to study you while they prepare to invade Earth and enslave every man alive! Only you can stop their foul plan...

Leather Goddesses of Phobos
Leather Goddesses of Phobos (game) by Infocom

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