Going to the loo has never been more fun, after the world’s first urine-controlled video game is installed in a London bar.
Like quiz machines? Like pissing? Well, you’ll love the fact that hands-free urinal video games have reached the UK. Well, South London, but y’know, it counts.
Basically, you can play video games with the power of your slash.
Thanks to the way existing male/female genitals work, this is a male-toilets-only thing and the fellas who enter the Exhibit bar in Balham will be able to play one of three games.
One is called ‘Clever Dick’ which is a quiz game, and the controls for all three will test the accuracy of your aim as your move your stream to the left and right.
Of course, this is useless for old men with dribbling streams and no good for those of you who like helping your mates out when they’re playing quiz machines. You wouldn’t want to be the bloke stood behind someone with your lad in your hand, waiting to jump in on the Spandau Ballet questions, do you?
Captive Media, who make these games, say that you’ll be able to post scores on an online leader board and basically show yourself off as a person who can urinate for aaaages.
“It’s taken three years of research and development to get to this point,” says Captive Media director Mark Melford. “The reaction to the units so far has been incredible – it’s just so much fun.”
“We already had a huge amount of interest in the units from bars, pubs, exhibition centres and retail outlets across the country and overseas – even though we’ve been trying to keep a lid on it,” says Captive Media cofounder Gordon MacSween. “It’s a tough time for bars and pubs currently. This product offers customers something fun, and unlike anything they’ve seen before. Those are two good reasons to go out for a drink at a time when so many are opting to stay in.