Toylet includes four games which use a pressure sensor on the urinal and connects to an LCD screen mounted on the wall above.
The games include "Graffiti Eraser," which puts your aiming to the test to remove paint by pointing a hose in different areas. If aiming isn't your specialty, try "Mannekin Pis," it simply measures the strength of your stream. Another game, "The Northern Wind, The Sun and Me" involves the gamer playing as the wind where you try to blow a girl's skirt up.
If multi-player is more your thing, you may want to try "Battle! Milk From Nose." Just as the name suggests, the strength of your urine stream is translated to milk being squirted from your nose and is pitted against the last person to use the urinal. The loser is knocked out of a ring on the screen in front of you.
If you're particularly proud of your game score and want to brag to your friends, you can! Toylet allows you to download your results to a USB stick.
Of course, there is a catch. Between sessions, Toylet will display ads on the screen. The trial run in Tokyo will run through Jan. 31.
Originally posted by Hefficide
reply to post by mblahnikluver
Now I can just see a rash of kids who show up at hospitals with ruptured bladders because they were holding it in trying to get the high score!
I swear, if Darwin lived today, and paid attention to humanity for just one hour, he'd look at his manuscript, throw it in the garbage, and get a job selling used cars.
Originally posted by JonInMichigan
If you get high score, instead of entering your initials, it takes a picture of your package.
Those pictures are then judged by ladies with computer screens in the stalls of the associated women's bathroom. They can then rate the pictures with different Emoticons from laughing to Wow