A game designer from Ubisoft's Montreal studio has come up with a new idea for a DS game that's aimed at teaching us all about how ladies work.
Heather Kelley came up with the concept for the Game Design Challenge competition held at this year's Montreal Games Summit. The game, which is titled Lapis, is billed as "A magical pet adventure... And stealthy primer on female sexual pleasure."
It works like this: you play with cute little bunnies on the DS's touch-screen - stroking, scratching and tickling them and so on. You can also use the microphone to talk and sing to the rabbits, and blow on their fur. If you do it right and give the bunnies enough "magical energy", they will start flying.
"The way you play with the bunnies in order to win is patterned after the VARIETY of female sexual response," explained Kelley.
"This is the overall pattern but it can’t be achieved in the same way every time - different things work for different bunnies, at different stages of the game."
"The hope is that the game would entertain females - without them ever needing to understand the sex metaphor. But at some point when they did start figuring out the connection to their own sexuality and pleasure, they would have learned some ideas and techniques behind sexual satisfaction."
You can read more about Lapis and download a demo of the game over at Moboid.com.