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Can I Touch Your Wiimote? (A Bit NSFW) - Update

There's a decent chance that the ruder readers, when first seeing a Wii Remote, might have had some slightly indecent thoughts about its potential purposes. However, they possibly weren't thinking in this direction. This is Dark Room Sex Game, and can be downloaded from here. After the jump is a, well if not Not Safe For Work, certainly Deeply Embarrassing For Work video, demonstrating how Danish students at IT University of Copenhagen have used the Wiimote, hooked up to a PC, for a peculiarly aural gaming experience.

Now with an even ruder video below.

The creators' website explains, "Dark Room Sex Game began its sordid life as a project for the 2008 Nordic Game Jam," which this year had the theme of "Taboo". Well, they asked for it. With no visuals, ideally the game, as the title suggests, should be played in a dark room, with between two and four players (you'll need bluetooth adaptors for your Wiimotes to get them working with the PC). The team explains the game:

"In Dark Room Sex Game, the player works with his or her partner to find a mutual rhythm, then speeds up gradually until climax. In four-player 'orgy' mode, players swap partners randomly and compete to reach orgasm the fastest.

When we realized the phallic and rumbling possibilities of the Wiimote controller, we felt oddly compelled to finish the game. Our idea was that a sex game would in fact be even more erotic if one stripped away all visuals and forced players to use their imaginations. Our hope was to use a combination of humor and embarrassment to make players uncomfortable, yet strangely satisfied. One could view the game as a commentary on the dull fixation on visuals in the spheres of sex and also videogames. Or, you can just view it as a cool party game."

Uncomfortable, yet strangely satisified. That's the RPS motto. (Via Max Console)

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