Simply go to the location where Amorous is installed and create an empty file called "ShowMeSomeBooty" or "ShowMeSomeBooty.txt". On Windows, this is as easy as browsing to the game location (this is usually "C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\Amorous"), right-click and choose "New", followed by "Text-document" and rename it accordingly. Or you can download the attachment below. On Mac, this is slightly harder to do, but you can use pretty much any text-editor to make the file in the location (this is usually "/Users/[YourUsername]/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Amorous"). If you are handy with Terminal, use "touch". On Linux, the instructions are the same as the Mac, just the location differs (this is usually "~/.local/share/Steam/SteamApps/common/Amorous"). If in any case you fail to find the location of the game, right-click the game in Steam, choose Properties and find the button that says "Browse local files" under the "Local files" tab. PS. On a side note, if you want to run the game without Steam, you can also create an empty file called "NonSteam" or "NonSteam.txt" while you are in the folder anyway. However, this does not stop you from launching the game through Steam. If you have something to hide, don't launch the game from Steam, but instead, do it manually from the game folder. PSS. For all those people complaining there is no itch.io release, the only difference between Steam and itch.io is that it will contain these two files by default! Go figure.