New Sega Games Let You Play With Your Pee

Toylets makes restrooms the new gaming hot spot

By Matt Cantor,  Newser Staff

Posted Jan 10, 2011 11:02 AM CST | Updated Jan 15, 2011 7:00 PM CST
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(Newser) – The Wii lets us play by moving controllers; with the Kinect, we simply wave our arms; now, Sega’s got a game system controlled by your pee, reports AOL News. “Toylets” will inject a little competition into the public urination experience: a screen installed above select metro-station urinals in Tokyo will allow men to play four mini-games as they relieve themselves.

The games include “Manneken Pis,” which tells you how much you’ve peed; “Graffiti Eraser,” in which you use the pressure of your pee to clean graffiti; “the North Wind and Her,” in which your pee is the wind trying to lift up a woman’s skirt; and “Milk From Nose,” in which you try to pee more than the guy before you did. That odd name derives from the onscreen sumo wrestlers who squirt milk from their noses in an effort to knock their opponent out of the ring. Sega hopes to cash in with ads between games. Click for more on Toylets.

A screen grab from the Toylet's site showing the sumo-wrestling game.
A screen grab from the Toylet's site showing the sumo-wrestling game.   (Sega)
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