Saori: the House of Beautiful Girls

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Saori: the House of Beautiful Girls
Saori: the House of Beautiful Girls
Publisher(s) FairyTale
Platform(s) NEC PC-9801, FM Towns, Sharp X68000
Release date(s) 1991-10-18
Genre(s) bishōjo game
Mode(s) Single player

Saori: the House of Beautiful Girls (沙織 -美少女たちの館- Saori – Bishōjo-tachi no Yakata?) is an adult bishōjo game released in Japan on 1991-10-18 (October 18, 1991) by Fairytale (now F&C). The game created much controversy and the Ethics Organization of Computer Software was established.[1]

The incident changed the Japanese bishōjo game industry and few games such as Rance remained popular.[2]


Saori witnesses sexual intercourse in a park, which inspires her to masturbate at home. Later, she dreams she is abducted by two men and sees illusions while being confined in a mansion by a female owner.

In the dream, she sees many immoral sexual acts.

Finally, the mansion's owner is revealed to be Saori. Saori awakes and she finds that this experience was just a dream.


This game was stolen by a junior high school student in Kyoto Prefecture. The game became infamous, so it was regarded as a dangerous game. On November 11, 1991, the president of Fairytale was arrested for indecency. The nominal problem was that there wasn't pixelization on the game but the true problem was the setting was too excessive.[clarification needed] As the result, video game companies established the Ethics Organization of Computer Software.

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  1. ^ "Rating the Games". GameSpy. 2005-09-19. Archived from the original on 2012-02-07. Retrieved 2008-02-18. 
  2. ^ "2F 【5月5日販売】ムックコーナー"沙織事件前夜祭" シィルたんは昔も今も人気者" (in Japanese). Mandarake. 2010-05-03. Retrieved 2010-05-12.