Spin the Bottle: Bumpie's Party is yet another corridor-heavy third-person shooter with snap-to cover and an apocalyptic storyline. Okay, that's all lies. It's actually a party game that uses the Wii U GamePad while ignoring the television entirely.

It's a creepy/sexy party game, too - or at least it is when Oli, Ellie, Bertie and Martin play it. You sit around accepting motion-controller-based challenges and looking awkward whenever Ian Higton's glorious camera lens lingers over your face. Then you really hope that it isn't your turn next.

This is all the work of Copenhagen-based KnapNok Games and the team's buddies at the Swedish indie studio Redgrim. It's available for up to eight players and it's released tomorrow! Check the video out below. It includes a gratuitous shot of the mechanic's joint behind the Eurogamer offices.

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