Sega has developed a urine-controlled game for public restrooms. It’s called Toirettsu. The goal is to control the aim and speed of your pee to succeed in mini-games.
That’s thinking outside the box! I suppose it could make going to the bathroom a little more interesting, but I’m still skeptical. Plus, there’s the additional cost that would conveniently be passed on to the customer — hopefully not in a charge for using the restroom, but it would probably be recouped in other ways. I’d rather not pay more for my food or other products for a service I may not even use.
And what’s next — a game based on how much you poop or how much it stinks? Even if you got the high score, would you want to brag about it?
Gaming is great and it’s good for companies to be creative, but not all ideas are worth pursuing… And in this case, it would probably be best for the creators to laugh about it, maybe write about it on some obscure blog*, and let that be it…
* That reference is especially for Fab, and no, it does not refer to Buffet o’ Blog.