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Cassandra has a special present for anyone submissive enough to please her.

This is a little project I put together as a holiday treat for my submissive fans. Or fans soon to be. Enjoy some titnosis, or some sex with a domme as she tells you how to please her. 

There is a little bit of voice work by Ladly Lustria, and fully hand-drawn animations by Caveman Doodles. 

If you enjoy my work, I would greatly appreciate any support. My income has fallen literally by half since the start of the year and things have gotten rough. If you want to support me, you can do so at subscribestar or patreon below

Subscribestar:    https://subscribestar.adult/changer

Patreon:  https://www.patreon.com/Changer

Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
Made withStencyl
Tags2D, Adult, Erotic, Hand-drawn, mind-bending, Relaxing, Romance, Short, Voice Acting
Average sessionA few minutes


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Christmas Surprise.rar 75 MB


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Attempting to open the executable leads to Windows defender immediately blocking and quarantining the executable  as it found a "Trojan:Win32/CryptInject!ml" threat. 

I saw Mimic's comment about a similar issue, but I have feeling this was a different problem (I encountered no issue when unzipping the file).

Tbh that sounds a little worrying, so I just wanted to check and see if others are having the same issue or if this is a known problem and what to do in that case.

I just got the same problem and uuuuuuuuh a little worrying. What kind of surprise are you trying to give us?

its not harmful its just a inject file

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When I try to unzip the .exe, it gives me "Error 0x800700E1: Operation did not complete successfully because the file contains a virus or potentially unwanted software." I believe it is Windows Defender that is doing this.

The rest of the archive unzips properly.

(I'm on Windows 10 x64)

Edit: scanning the .exe with Malwarebytes found nothing worrying, so I disabled Windows Defender temporarily to unzip & run it.

Edit edit: I would guess that Windows Defender was upset that you use command prompt to launch my internet browser when I click on the Adventure High link, but I'm no expert

Also, this is a lovely, hot little game. I like it :)

Yeah, anti-virus software doesn't seem to like anything I make. Not sure if it's something I'm doing in particular, or if it's the engine I am using doing something that upsets anti-virus softwares. Unfortunately, I'm not sure how best to deal with it, you probably have to see how your specific anti-virus handles making exceptions.