As well as a NSFW tag in the gamelist, it would be nice if games had content warnings as well when they run.
I mean, you're not wrong, but that's even less enforceable.
Adding splash screens seems a bit much. It may be a nice thing to do as a courtesy but I wouldn't require it.
I don't even know how something like that COULD be enforced? That would be as difficult as requiring every game to have a "Powered by OHRRPGCE" splash screen at the beginning. I mean for the big projects that get ported to Steam or the Android APP store, that's an idea with some merit, but I wouldn't want that to be a requirement.
And even if you DID enforce a "content warning screen" or something at the start of every game, what about all the OLD games that the authors' don't have the project files for anymore? I guarantee if there was a requirement that every game needed a warning screen, then game authors would rather just pull their games off the game list, than spend time updating 10+ game packages that they'd rather just collect dust.
The best solution is probably going to be one that's easy for game authors to do, not prone to abuse, and requires as little work as possible. Something that preferably incorporates the tag list. I would suggest a popup box tied to the game's download page that says something like "this game has been flagged with X, Y, and Z tags, and may not be suitable for all players. Are you an adult, and would you still like to download this game". Clicking YES downloads the game as normal, clicking NO takes you back to the game list.
I don't know the feasibility for something like that either. But that's probably something most people would agree to.
Dungeonmen had a naked lady getting murdered and its considerred an ohr classic.
I remember the controversy back then! Given how some people reacted to that, you'd think they'd have lost their minds!
Games that exist solely for porn/fetish content or have it as one of the driving themes may need more examination of whether it is appropriate for this site.
I don't think there should be any re-examination here. If the game has other merits, with adult situations not being the main narrative or gameplay focus, then it's probably okay - just be sure to tag the game with NSFW or "Adult Situations" first.
If the point of the game *IS* the porn, it shouldn't be on Slime Salad. End of story.
To friends long gone, and those I've yet to meet - thank you.