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Dunethe strategy and management game, may have been the first Dune video game, but is largely overshadowed by its nominal sequel Dune II: The Building of a Dynastythe grandfather of modern real-time strategy.
While technically part of the Dune II series of strategy games, Dune never received any spiritual sequel. With the advent of a new Dune film adaptation by Denis Villeneuve, this changed. One game, however, dodged the issue of licensing entirely. Behind the Dune is very much based on the Dune game, but adds large mammaries and ificant amounts of reproductive bodily fluids. The basic story is left intact: Paul Atreides and his family travel to the planet Arrakis, the only known source of Spice in the universe, to bring glory to their noble house and defeat their arch rivals, the evil Harkonnen.
Most of the cast of Behind the Dune are women, and all of them are equipped with a sizeable bust. Despite the focus on dialogue and a shift into the direction of visual novels, Behind the Dune does not fully abandon the management aspect of Dune. Paul has to harvest Spice to win the game, buy Spice harvesters to accelerate production, and recruit the native Fremen tribes to help him defeat the Harkonnen.
Raising Spice production to certain levels will unlock new powers, like being able to command the Fremen from anywhere on the planet, and advance the plot. This may sound like a lot of work for a porn parody, but in reality, Behind the Dune is a lot more forgiving than the game it is based on. There are only a handful Fremen sietches, and Spice replenishes itself.
Even a clumsy or unlucky player can beat a game with a bit of patience. Or without patience: one of the unlockable powers allows the player to speed up time and watch their Spice coffers fill up in no time. Another aspect lifted straight from the original Dune are the companions. Paul can ask a of characters to accompany him on his journey, which opens up new dialog options and makes additional cutscenes accessible.
Despite its lecherous nature, Behind the Dune comes with fairly high production values. The soundtracks is good, if limited, and the interface is intuitive. Even a mode for those not interested in erotic content is included; it drops all outright pornographic imagery but leaves the puzzles and management aspects intact. Overall, Behind the Dune is a surprisingly polished product, possibly more so than the game it is based on.
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