Genital Jousting is all about consensual, co-operative penetration

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Disclaimer: As the name so clearly implies, Genital Jousting features many penises and penetration. So it’s definitely no safe for any workplace, and should certainly not be viewed if you by any way feel uncomfortable by the subject matter. Even its developers agree.

If you thought you’d seen it all when it came to the extents of what a video game could offer, I point you towards Genital Jousting. Developed by Free Lives, the minds behind Broforce, Genital Jousting is all about penetrating your friends. Digitally of course, considering you’re all going to be flopping about across a variety of modes with your own, customisable flaccid penis. Yes, seriously.

If you’re still confused as to how exactly this makes any sense at all, check out the game’s Early Access trailer.

Right now you’re able to purchase Genital Jousting on Steam and engage in some eight-player couch co-op or some (limited) Online Multipeen. The former is more fleshed out right now, with eight game modes being present. That includes Sportsball (think Rocket League light with penises), Space Race and Weiner Round up (which is just as funny as the mental image you’re likely conjuring up). Free Lives plans to improve on and add to these modes in the coming weeks, with a full release planned for the first half of 2017.

Online multiplayer just features Traditional Mode for now, where you’re awarded points for penetrating another player while also getting penetrated yourself. I gave it some time last night, and just really couldn’t contain myself.

Free Lives are hoping to take in community feedback to help craft this delightfully hung game, as they add in new modes, improve online functionality and even create a campaign mode. It’s currently going for the low, low price of $5 on Steam (or just R55 locally), so if you’re any bit curious about what it feels like to handle a real dick online, you’ve got an outlet.

Also it’s just a hell of a lot of silly fun so far, so why not.

Last Updated: November 18, 2016

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