Like much of designer Robert Yang’s work, The Tearoom is shot through with painful threads endemic to the history of gay men in America. (NSFW content warning.)
Robert Yang’s games have been seen by millions of people, but sometimes he’d rather they hadn’t.
If there’s a bathroom in a video game, you can count on one of two things: a helpful item (such as health), or the ability to flush an otherwise useless toilet. For game creator Robert Yang—who is one of the most banned developers on Twitch—that’s not enough.
Steam doesn’t have many gay sex games. Plenty of anime boob games, sure, but if you’re looking for hot dudes getting it on, it’s slim pickings. Robert Yang is trying to change that.
Cobra Club, the game all about taking pictures of dongs, just got the best (and most NSFW) update of 2016 so far.
It’s rare for a video game to hang dong. Cobra Club, the newest game by developer Robert Yang, doesn’t just feature dicks: the game is fundamentally about dicks, how they look, and the many ways people try to make them look good. (NSFW warning!)
Hurt Me Plenty is a game about spanking. Consensual adult spanking, not debatably-traumatic-for-small-children spanking. It aims to do one thing games are notoriously terrible at: be sexy. (Warning: might be mildly NSFW, though not really.)
Homophobia and bigotry may run rampant on Xbox Live, but game designer Robert Yang is optimistic about the present and future of LGBT issues in the gaming industry.