|Authoring system||TADS 3|
How It Begins
It is 411 BC, during the Peloponnesian War. The player is Cinesias, magistrate of Athens. Lysistrata has convinced all the women of Greece to refuse sexual relations with men until they end the war. To that end, they have seized the Acropolis and barricaded themselves inside. You have been without sex for two weeks, and you must convince your wife to come back home, or at least have sex with her.
WARNING: This game contains sexual content.
- Lysistrata is an adaptation of the ancient Greek play of the same name, written by Aristophanes in 411 BC. Unlike most AIF games, the objective is to have sex with your spouse.
- Lysistrata (Knight Errant; 14-May-2007; TADS 3).
- Lysistrata, 2007 Mini-Comp edition version 1.5
- IFID: b016c328-b052-ad20-f044-9321e0be6b06
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- 2007 AIF Mini-comp: 9th place of 12 entries.
Lysistrata ranked 8th in Technical; 9th in Concept, Writing, Sex, and Enjoyment; and 11th in Characters.