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  • I've come across some banners advertising this game lately... I can't even upload them to Wikia :) So far as I can tell the "Adult Angels" passport is part of the http://angels.game321.com/ site. The slogan being used is "save me" "touch me" "my hero" for some odd reason. Should we have a page discussing this advertisement campaign?

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    • Ive seen the SAME THING. whoops, caplocks. might check that out

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    • I cant get it, i was at rule 34 paheal, and i see this, and why not try it, and when i logged in it was a mmorpg. I dont get it, i was waiting for sex and semen and boobs. And it links you to the original one.

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    • man I get you, there's this link where it says "be my lord and savior" with hentai picks literally and it's league of angels ad wtf if it's not a hentai game why advertising with hentai picks

      http://passport.game321.com/api/lp/adultangels.php

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    • Probably because it's an effective marketing tactic. LoA may not be H but it has attractive females and there's overlap in people looking for H and people who play games like this.

      The Q is if LoA creators are aware and tolerating this or not.

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    • Tycio wrote:
      I've come across some banners advertising this game lately... I can't even upload them to Wikia :) So far as I can tell the "Adult Angels" passport is part of the http://angels.game321.com/ site. The slogan being used is "save me" "touch me" "my hero" for some odd reason. Should we have a page discussing this advertisement campaign?

      Obviously, they are trying to attract people who are p****ted.

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    • Caleb40043 wrote:
      Tycio wrote:
      I've come across some banners advertising this game lately... I can't even upload them to Wikia :) So far as I can tell the "Adult Angels" passport is part of the http://angels.game321.com/ site. The slogan being used is "save me" "touch me" "my hero" for some odd reason. Should we have a page discussing this advertisement campaign?
      Obviously, they are trying to attract people who are p*****ted.


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    • Links pls

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    • Is the term perverted censored or something?

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    • @Tycio Sorry, I don't like saying anything like that.

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    • Greetings, Ihappen to be one of the afore mentioned "Perverts" and I have to say that even though I was initially disappointed at first by the lack of actual sexual content I quickly became rather addicted to this game.  Though it isn't hentai it IS an interesting game worth playing.

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    • @99 I can see that. Even though the angels appear scantily clad, there is no content like that. If it was, the warnings on the ads would happen to be legitimate. To me, it's only good to play if you want to pass the time.

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    • They had one just recently about fuck me to save me or something like that.

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    • Yup, I uploaded censored copies of them a while ago but the admin deleted them, so now only admins would be able to see them or undelete them.

      I believe we should raise awareness of this advertising scheme. I believe the creators or whoever they sold the rights to know about this.

      I don't hate it at all, mind you, it's cool.

      Also there is no point censoring the term pervert.

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    • I seem to remember reading somewhere that the creators of the game paid people to advertise it *however they wanted*. Likely they were paid by click-throughs, and likely the porno ones got lots of clicks ... and there you have it. Honestly, the boobs are a bit much (pun intended), but I'd let my 8-year-old son play this game if he wanted to. Whereas I won't even access the game on his iPad because I don't want those gross ads coming up forever.

      It would be great if someone could confirm the pay to advertise thing. Seems like a good explanation to me.

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    • The most probable explanation, but if you do not put restrictions on advertisers or look into how they advertise, you are still accountable for how they do it.

      Not that I want to shun them for it or anything, I just think it is lulzy and should be acknowledged on the wiki, via censored proof, which got deleted by the admin here.

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