Players pee their way to high scores in new video game5/1/2012
First there was the high-tech Japanese toilet that played music when you tinkled, and now there's Sega's Toylet. Just released in Japan, the video game for boys only (or for very talented girls) is mounted on urinals and powered by the user's urine stream. Pee straight and hard at the pressure sensor to fill a coffee can, shoot milk from a guy's nose or blow wind up a girl's skirt. The equipment costs $1,750, while urinators get bragging rights for having the strongest pee for $125 per game. Plus, with the ability to show ads on the eye-level screen, businesses that install the urinal innovation can hope for a whole new income stream.
What's the nuttiest video game you've played?