Male Peeing Simulator Game For Nintendo Wii

Posted: Apr 1 2008, 7:09am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:04am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
Male Peeing Simulator Game for Nintendo Wii
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Girls, ever wondered how it is to pee like a man? ThinkGeek offers a new game for the Nintendo Wii called Super Pii Pii Brothers that just lets you experience the fun of being a man.

The Wii Pee game comes with a belt harness that places your Wiimote at the right place.
A series of toilets are presented on screen and the challenge is to tilt your body to control a never-ending stream of pee. Get as much pee in the toilets as you can while spilling as little on the floor as possible. Sounds easy eh? Well the toilets open and close whack-a-mole style and occasionally the stray cat or other cute critter pops up. Spray a cat for extra points.
Get too much pee on the ground and your game is over.
With realistic fluid dynamics for the pee and over 100 different bathrooms from bars and palaces to automatic Japanese style toilets you'll be entertained for hours.
This unique new Wii game sells for $34.99 on ThinkGeek only today on April 1st.

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