Halfbrick Studios, the brains behind great mobile games like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, are struggling to launch their new game, Virtual Vulva, because it is considered to be too adult for iTunes and Google Play.
|Will Virtual Vulva be available in 2015?|
The concept of the game is certainly adult and the graphics involve explicit imagery of the female nether regions, which is why all major app stores have refused to approve this game for download. We were unable to secure a copy of the game for review, but we did get in touch with the game developers and testers to find out more about it.
According to chief tester, Phani Pak, the game is a stimulation simulation where the object is to bring a virtual woman to climax by strategically stroking the screen. The phone makes noises and vibrates in reaction to your input, This feedback increases in intensity until you complete the level or until your hand gets tired and you stop.
|"Way to go, Phani... make that bitch squirt"|
The levels increase in difficulty as you progress through the game, but you can earn or buy power ups as you go, including lotions and toys to make the job easier. Better scores are achieved by finishing a level faster and style points are awarded for performing special moves.
Currently the team are working on a 2 player head-to-head mode so that friends can play-off in a race to the finish.
What do you think? Is this a game you would play? Do you think that the App Stores are right to ban it? Let us know in the comments section below.