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Macworld invites kiddies to 'Make Bouncy Bouncy'

The 'game you can control with one hand'

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

We suspect they might lead rather sheltered lives down at Macworld, where one journo is quite innocently punting to wide-eyed kiddies the simple pleasures of making "Bouncy Bouncy".

We should explain that Make Bouncy Bouncy is a new offering by ByDesign Games which can, in common with SmutStar's Virtual One Night in Paris, "be controlled with one hand".

This is, of course, essential for all "shoot-it-up-'ems", as fans of Celebrity Upskirt - The Hunt for Lindsay Lohan will attest. In the case of Make Bouncy Bouncy, however, Macworld describes the gameplay as "suitable for the whole family".

We have, as is the local custom, made our dossier available to the relevant authority - the UK's Schoolboy Double Entendre Watchdog. ®

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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