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Our free House Party – Winter Holiday Pack is available for wishlisting now!

House Party - Winter Holiday Pack


House Party’s second seasonal DLC is ready for wishlisting now, and FREE for all players.


If you loved the Winter Update (or if you didn’t get the chance to play it while it was around during the holidays), be sure to grab this so you can enjoy the content year-round! 


Just like Halloween, it’ll have a toggle on/off feature, so you can enjoy the holiday-themed party whenever you’re feeling the Christmas spirit. 


Check out the trailer below, brahs:




Already played the update last holiday season? Don’t worry – there’s plenty more awesome stuff planned for both this and the Halloween Holiday Pack in the future!


In the meantime, your favorite holidays will be back soon. We’re still on track with getting the toggle on/off feature into internal beta testing within the next month or two and releasing the Halloween Holiday Pack permanently this Q1 2023. 


The Winter Holiday Pack will follow closely behind on Santa Frank’s sleigh: releasing in Q2 2023!



What’s gonna be in the House Party – Winter Holiday Pack?


Festive seasonal decorations, like:

⭐ Ornaments

☃️ A Snowman

🎄 Pine Garlands

✨ Hanging Lights

🍬 Glowing Candy Canes

🌟 Star-Shaped Lights

❄️ Snowflake Window Decals 

🌨️ Lightly Falling Snow Outside

👏 …And Many More To Come!


There will also be cheery Christmas outfits such as:

🎅 Santa & Elf Hats

👕 A Festive Sweater

🎁 …And Many More Costumes & Accessories On The Way!


Plus, you can throw snowballs at other partiers and explore a short seasonal Frank side-quest (with a special holiday achievement)!


Add the DLC to your wishlist, doods and lady-doods, and get ready to enjoy merry and bright decorations, festive outfits, and falling snow all year at the House Party!


Click here to wishlist the Winter Holiday Pack on Steam!

Click here to wishlist the Winter Holiday Pack on the Epic Games Store!

Click here to wishlist the Winter Holiday Pack on GOG!


P.S. If you play House Party on other download websites, (like, GameJolt, Nutaku, etc.), no need to wishlist it! On those platforms, once the DLCs release, they will be added to your base game folder automatically. If you want to play the holiday content, all you’ll need to do is toggle on/off the seasonal DLC in your main menu!

Our free House Party – Halloween Holiday Pack is available for wishlisting now!


The House Party – Halloween Holiday Pack, our first ever seasonal DLC, is available for wishlisting now (and completely free for all players)! Click here!


Thanks again to everyone who loved House Party’s limited-time event and asked for it to become permanent! We were blown away by how much love you doods had for the seasonal update we added, and we’re happy to officially say that House Party’s spooky season will be returning permanently!


As promised, we will also be adding a toggle on/off feature for the holiday content, so you’ll be able to turn off the Halloween event in-game without having to uninstall or redownload your DLC! Our team is working hard on finalizing this feature and it’s looking like we should move into internal private beta testing for it in early 2023!


This feature should make it super convenient for all of you to manage your seasonal DLC in a straightforward visual selection screen within the Main Menu of the game, so we hope you’ll really like it!


What’s in the House Party – Halloween Holiday Pack?


Spooky seasonal decorations, like:

🎃 Pumpkins

👻 Spooky Ghosts

☠ A Cheap Skeleton

🕸 Lots Of Spiderwebs

🕷 One Giant Furry Spider

😱 And Many More To Come!


There’s also a chilling succubus/incubus outfit wearable by all “Halloween-minded” characters with the following accessory pieces:

😈 Scary Horns

🦇 Creepy Bat Wings

😉 And A Sexy, Spiky Tail!



We might even have a special surprise for you, too…


So be sure to add the DLC to your wishlist, doods, and get ready to enjoy petrifying decorations and sinister costumes all year at the House Party!


Love Halloween? Like free stuff? Click here to wishlist it now!

House Party Stable Release 1.0.7 – Winter Holiday Update

Happy Holidays, partiers!
This winter, there are plenty of exciting new decorations around the house party! You’ll find pine garlands, hanging lights, glowing candy canes, star-shaped lights, ornaments, a snowman, and snowflake window decals all around Madison’s house.
The partygoers are dressed with holiday spirit, too; several of House Party’s characters are wearing Santa hats, elf hats, and even a festive sweater! 
In this cheery update, it will be snowing lightly outside, you’ll be able to throw snowballs at other party guests, and Frank will be getting into the spirit of the holidays in a short new themed side-quest! It’s a little bigger than our Halloween update was, so we hope you enjoy it!
The winter update is live now…so what are you waiting for? Go play it, partiers! Deck the balls, doods!
– Eek! Team

House Party Stable Release 1.0.6 – POV Intimacy & UI Improvements

House Party Stable Release 1.0.6 is ready to play – and it’s packed with smoking hot new POV intimacy updates!


We’ve wanted to deliver an update focused on expanding the Explicit Add-On for a while now, so we’re hyped to share this with everyone and hope you’re stoked to explore the sweet stuff we added in this update!


So, what did we add? Check it out, doods:


  • Spicier Female Player Intimacy: The POV intimacy system will better correspond with the female player story. You can now access POV intimacy for the female content!


  • POV Intimacy Will Be More Gender-Accurate: Now female-female intimacy will prefer to use more gender accurate pairing acts – like scissoring (yeah, that’s new!) rather than male-female or male-male acts.


  • New Female-Centric POV Intimacy Poses: Scissoring, fingering, and female-centric sixty-nine 


  • A Newly-Implemented Frank Cutscene: We added a cutscene that was only available through console commands to the gameplay. Enjoy a blowjob featuring the male protagonist and your favorite booze-hating bald dude!


  • Top & Bottom M/M Position Swapping: During POV sex between the male player and male NPCs, you can now also swap between top and bottom positions!


  • A New Main User Interface Sound Scheme: As you move and click around the menus in House Party, there are satisfying new sound effects that show when you’re hovering over and clicking on things.


  • Extra Polish For Custom Story Cosmetic Issues: Certain stories that made use of held drinks, or custom Character names, should see fewer immersion breaks. Additional small emotive, sound, and cosmetic issues for POV intimacy have also been remedied, too (check our patch notes)!


  • Bug Fixes: Vickie’s “Training Day”, Compubrah-VR bugs, and several UI issues have now been fixed!


Enjoy the steamy new explicit update, brahs. Have fun playing it again. And again. And again. Please have mercy on your keyboards, though, and be sure to clean your hands after checking out the new content.


Want to see more of the changes? Click here to check out our CHANGE LOG:   


-Eek! Team

Are Sex and Nudity Bad?

Sex and nudity are strange concepts in western society. This is especially true for women – regarding nudity, a woman’s clothing choices are up for public debate her entire life. Like, school dress codes have long perpetuated the idea that her clothing choices somehow dictate her value as a person. School officials often monitor things as irrelevant as tank tops with thin straps, which sends a powerful message on how girls need to dress performatively, i.e., they need to acclimate themselves to society, or else there will be consequences. 

In America, this concept of monitoring how women dress echoes our wholly unproductive approach to sex education… and calling it “sex education” is a stretch. It’s more like, “if you have sex before marriage, terrible things happen” education. The Journal of Adolescent Health published a study focusing on the effectiveness of abstinence-only education, and the findings are (not) shocking: it doesn’t work (Santelli et al., 2017). And while it doesn’t work, that doesn’t mean it isn’t ineffective; it’s just effective in the wrong ways. 

By teaching abstinence, we vilify the act itself. This creates an environment where sex cannot be discussed openly or safely, which opens the floodgates for ill-informed, secretive actions. Needless to say, these teachings follow us into adulthood. People often think that talking about sex is taboo, and many shy away from it. Certain religions (not naming any names, but you know) commonly promote the idea that sex before marriage is sacrilegious and is a surefire way to pave your path toward The Dark Side. So, while we may be years past the “sexed education” we had to sit through in middle school, we are still plagued by conflicting, confusing messages about nudity and sex. 

With all of that said, sex and nudity sell. The pornography industry takes in anywhere from $15 billion to $97 billion a year (Naughton, 2018). Outside of adult videos, industries like clothing, self-care, and (not inherently sexual) entertainment like music, television, films, and more all utilize sex-appeal and partial or full nudity to sell their products or services. People want to consume sex and nudity. Yet, for some reason, there’s a huge disconnect between public opinion and how we allow ourselves to consume it. 

So, this begs the question: are sex and nudity bad? If our society both demonizes and values it, how can we possibly navigate a sex saturated world without getting a big, throbbing headache? 

The answer is pretty simple: sex and nudity aren’t actually bad. They’re natural – like, none of us would be here without sex and nudity. Because, you know, one can’t happen without the other. It should be completely normal to discuss sex among consenting adults like we would discuss our favorite morning coffee or our preference of movie genre. Sex and nudity are a natural part of life. The more we can talk about it, the healthier a relationship we will have with it. 

Regarding Video Games

Obviously, there’s a reason that we’re talking about this. House Party, our player-choice game, has moments of sex and nudity. Because, well, what’s a good house party without those things? While the game focuses on comedy and storytelling, House Party has nonetheless gained a reputation as a sex game or an explicit game. We’re even banned from Twitch because the game contains options for (if you pay for the explicit content add-on) graphic sexual encounters. Mind you, the encounters are always enthusiastically consensual, and you have to work your a** off to achieve them.

But yeah, there’s sex in our game. There’s comedy and pranks and puzzles to solve and stories to hear and relationships to make or break. And sex. We made a game all about having fun at a party.  We’ve heard sex is fun… so we focus on sex positivity.

Our game rewards “good” decisions like supporting, empathizing, or assisting NPCs and penalizes “bad” ones like being misogynistic, hurtful, or dishonest. It’s designed to encourage goofy creativity and make you laugh. Sex and nudity are a bonus to hard work and dedication to tasks, so if you don’t want to see them, you do not have to go down those paths. 

That said, if you do want to see them, see them! Sex is not bad, and neither is nudity. Don’t get lost in the sex scenes, though – there are still lots of debaucherous shenanigans to get into, like saving Lety from Leah’s sales pitch for a personal defense studio or helping Amy complete her sorority’s scavenger hunt so she can make more friends.  

And, if you’re interested in House Party now… you can buy it on Steam, EPIC Games, and GOG.



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Santelli, J. S., Grilo, S. A., Lindberg, L. D., Speizer, I. I. S., Schalet, A., Heitel, J., Kantor, L. M., McGovern, T., Ott, M. A., Lyon, M. E., Rogers, J., Heck, C. J., & Mason-Jones, A. J. (2017, September 1). Abstinence-only-until-marriage policies and programs: An updated position paper of the Society for Adolescent Health and medicine. Journal of Adolescent Health. Retrieved November 7, 2022, from 

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