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Peek Under Girls' Skirts With Creepy New iPhone App

Perverts rejoice! There's yet another iPhone application that caters to your sexual fantasies. We've already told you about the 'Hottest Girls' app, and the 'myMassage' app. Beating both of those apps on the creepiness scale, though is 'Puff!' The goal of this game is to blow into the iPhone microphone until the onscreen girl's skirt lifts up, revealing her underwear. If you blow hard, the girl's skirt lifts higher, and she lets out a stomach-churning squeal. The girls appear in different settings (including an office and playground) and wear different outfits (including a cheerleader uniform and a kimono).

Just who exactly is screening apps for the iTunes store these days? It's not the near nudity in 'Puff!' that bothers us. Apple does offer parental controls on the iPhone, after all. Our real problem here is with the hypocrisy. How can Apple allow folks to use the iPhone to peek up girls' skirts but not allow them to use the new iPod Nano for the same purpose? Sounds suspicious, if you ask us. [From: Huffington Post],feedConfig,entry&id=505882&pid=505881&uts=1255106726
Are These Games Too Sexy?

Are These Games Too Sexy?

    While recent game titles have attracted media attention for nudity and sexual situations, risque role-playing games have existed since PC gaming first began. Early games, such as 'Sex Games' for the Commodore 64, demanded specific commands, such as "remove pants," and required specific sequential actions to achieve one's nefarious goals. Currently, a plethora of games with bawdy scenes have invaded, or graced, the gaming world and vary in degrees of lewdness. Here are a few significant titles with prevalent or graphic bawdiness:

    'God of War I & II:'
    Press the right buttons, and gently twirl the thumbstick, to see the climax of mini-games in both God of War I and II for PS2 and PSP

    'Grand Theft Auto III (consoles)'
    The infamous "don't come a knockin'" prostitute scenes created a stir when GTA 3 was originally released for PS2.

    'Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude; Box Office or Bust' (for consoles):
    These most recent incarnations continue to follow the exploits of love lorn Larry in versions for both PC and next gen consoles

    'Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals' (for PC)
    Released in 1989 for PCs, this third installment of the groundbreaking franchise of risque role playing preceded GTA 4 by 20 years when the title character shows the full Larry in an infamous shower scene

    'Mass Effect:'
    The backlash from FoxNews greatly exaggerated the tame innuendo and implied relations between the two sapphic lovers in Xbox's Mass Effect.

    'Playboy: The Mansion' (consoles):
    Disappointingly demure, perhaps the highlight of this sojourn to the mansion is playing photographer in this release for PC, PS2 and Xbox

    Amazon removed listings for this disturbing, yet readily available in Japan, DVD-ROM in which the main character stalks and, to put it mildly, torments young girls.

    'The Sims;' nude patch:
    Denisons of young gamers were disappointed when learning that unblurred nudity in this game for PCs, consoles, and handhelds required downloading a censor patch

    'Soul Calibur' (consoles):
    The character Taki from the Soul Calibur franchise continues to titillate thousands of pubescent gamers in versions for every console.

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