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mr. sunshine :: If u click on the bottom of the guys trousers u can do her in the ass!
help :: press 1 to put her in a swimsuit, 2 to change her top, 3 to change her socks, 4 for her shoes, 5 for a blindfold, and 0 for skin color. click her breasts to play with them, his ass to go anal and her puss to screw her. Have a nice day.
yo :: press & hold alt f4 2 make him cum in her and get an extra girl
cool :: if u right click and click forward it gives you a link to a cool website with the full game
lsd :: "v" to turn it right, "c" to turn it left, "x" to make it smaller, "y⁄z" to zoom, "b" to chance the background
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