Near the end of 2012 I was approached by Jack Oekaki and asked if I wanted to contribute some writing to a game, Fleshcult, he was working on. It was something I was interested in, but having a full-time job and a number of writing projects I'm falling behind on (Succubus Summoning 201!) meant I couldn't really contribute as much as I'd like, although I did throw in the odd idea.
Currently they're looking to raise funds to make the game through Offbeatr. Offbeatr is a version of Kickstarter that handles the more adult-oriented projects Kickstarter doesn't allow. I also threw in some ebooks as donation rewards.
I played an early demo of the game and it's interesting. You play as either a succubus or an incubus and the goal is to seduce victims and talk them into joining your harem. Seduction and recruitment is a tricky balance of using various sex moves without freaking the victim out or making them come so many times they collapse of exhaustion. The sex descriptions and customization of the main character are reminiscent of Fenoxo's enjoyable (if a little warped!) Corruption of Champions. Fleshcult is more of a resource management game, or was when I played the demo. Once they've contracted their soul over, victims can be put to work in a variety of roles in your lair. This increases the power of your foocubus and allows you to unlock more sexy moves and (naughty!) transformations.
If it sounds of interest, you can take a gander at the Fleshcult blog here, and the Offbeatr crowd-funding page for the project is right here.