This Is Pop is a Flash game developer responsible for the excellent Bible Fight and Viva Caligula!. In Dungeons and Dungeons, you play a leather-clad dominatrix followed by a hooded geek slave sidescrolling through dungeon levels.
There's the usual jumping and movement; space-bar triggers your weapon, a bullwhip, which with one or occasionally multiple lashes disposes of your foes, who consist of other hooded ginks (who say "May I have another?" as they fall away), even less prepossessing figures, and a boss at the end of each of five levels. Hanging cages are lashed to produce powerups (sex toys, which mostly your slave wields for some reason), and you collect white discs (and the rare 1Up) for additional lives.
Pop's forte is conventional games with twisted themes; Dungeons and Dungeons is unquestionably a very conventional sidescroller. Yet the theme here feels a little flat, by comparison to the rest of their ouevre; maybe I'm just jaded enough not to find BDSM, at least as depicted in this rather sanitary mode, particularly titillating. Oh, it's a polished enough little game, and entertaining to play, but the kink side, at least, has nothing like the honesty, earnestness, and sardonic commentary on the nature of games of Mighty Jill Off.
(By the way, in a tabletop RPG I did, I used the name "Dungeons and Discipline," which I think is funnier than "Dungeons and Dungeons." But never mind.)