Microsoft who was in a skirmish earlier in the year over scantily clad Gold Coast Metre Girls now has to contend with 3D porn and simulated sex following the release of a new game video for a Kinect motion controller that lets people control on-screen sex games with real body movements.A video showing the game crashed five servers yesterday claims the company behind the game.
We will leave you to guess at what you can do with the 3D game which will also have a male version by the time it is released.
The hands-free gaming system which was introduced by Microsoft recently, was intended to get people off the couch for some good clean family fun, but an adult gaming company has found a novel way to use it for interactive porn and it’s taking off with several porn distributors looking to import the new game into Australia.
thriXXX, a sex simulation gaming company based in Austria, on Wednesday announced that it had released a demo video showing how the Kinect controller can be used as an interface for a sex game.
To see the video go here http://www.thrixxx.com/
The game lets users move their hands, and other body parts, to interact with figures on screen. They can also reach out and touch while stripping clothes away.
No Kinect-enabled adult games have actually hit the market yet, but they’re certainly on the way.
“The Kinect interface provides another exciting interface option for users of the sex simulation software to control the experience in extraordinary new ways,” the company says, promising a “magical experience”.
Microsoft have not commented on the game however one Microsoft Australia executive said “This will not go down well people here in PR got skirmished over meter maids so this is a real challenge for them”.
“It became another avenue for us to explore the game,” said Brad Abram, vice president of business development for thriXXX. “We didn’t know where this was going to go but publicity yesterday [Wednesday] brought our five servers down to their knees.”
Abrams said the company, which sells 3D interactive sex games like “3D Sexvilla,” “Fetish3D” and “3DLesbian,” started thinking about a Kinect-enabled game about a year ago, but decided to take a wait-and-see approach. Given the interest expressed in just the past two days, he said the company expects to release a working version of the demo technology in April or May 2011.
The company’s demo video shows that players can just use their hands to directly interact with scantily-clad female avatars on the screen. (By the time the company rolls out the new technology, it also will include male avatars.)