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How not to design a sex game

How not to design a sex game

Why are sex games so bad? This is an eternal question I ask myself regularly. I have a whole label in my Gmail for sex games, and it’s filled to the hilt with shitty, offensive products I’d never want to play in a million years, often including pleas for me to review them. (People love to say stuff like, “it’s not a sex toy, but it’s KIND OF A SEX TOY!”) Ha. Ha. Hahahaha. Usually I just send the links to my girlfriend so we can ridicule the games in private, but I just got one that perfectly demonstrates everything that’s wrong with terrible sex games. It’s called Foreplay, and while it’s not the worst sex game ever, it manages . . . read more

Review: Bare With Me game

Review: Bare With Me game

Bare With Me is a sex game, so unsurprisingly, the box is beyond ridiculous; it features a jungle scene with a woman bathing, a creepy-ass park ranger leering, and a bear eating a bra. Subtlety is not California Exotics’s strong suit. The game goes like this: find 3 to 8 players. Each player gets a stack of colored chips, a pad of paper, and a pencil. The first player rolls the very sophisticated die and draws a Bare With Me card. The die determines which category on the card will be read. The first category is populated by questions such as List 2 costumes you’d like your lover to wear while having sex! You would think that the “2 reasons” . . . read more

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