Sega’s Toylets Controlled By Urine
TOKYO, Jan. 20 (UPI) — Tokyo video game company Sega said bars in Japan are installing urination-based video game consoles in their bathrooms.
Sega said the Toylet consoles are installed on urinals and players can choose from a number of games controlled by the strength and direction of their urine stream, The Daily Telegraph reported Thursday.
A company spokesman said the consoles, which each cost $1,958, include screens to display the animations for the games, which include a game that measures the strength of a player’s urine screen to make a female character’s skirt blow up to reveal her underwear.
Sega said players proud of their scores can download their results onto memory sticks.
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