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Mount Your Friends in Mount Your Friends

by on June 17, 2013 at 2:48pm

I realize everyone is still pretty excited about E3 and for the most part, I am too. With examples like The Division, Dead Rising 3 and The Witcher 3, it appears developers have decided to use the power of the next generation to do more than simply enhance the pores on character’s faces. Despite this, the trailer that’s recently grabbed my attention is not one shown at E3 but a trailer I just watched on Steam Greenlight. The game is called Mount Your Friends and it’s a GIRP-like game that tasks you with building a human ladder out of scantily clad, strong men. It was also developed by the fine folks who brought you Baby Maker Extreme, which should be more than enough to force your pocket open and your wallet out.

At worst, it looks like it’d make for a good laugh. Then again, you can never underestimate a game with solid penis physics either.

Mount Your Friends is currently available on XBLIG.

Sources

Mount Your Friends’ Steam Greenlight Page

3 comments on “Mount Your Friends in Mount Your Friends

  1. Well, I guess if we have the objectification of women in fighting games with over-giggly fun bags, I guess it was only a matter of time before we got double-jointed ding-dongs in a game flopping around while you climb up others. Only thing that would make this better is if you could latch onto their giblets and it gives you a hidden sound of “Yowzas” or “You can’t touch this.”

  2. I would really like to listen to any serious objectification discussions that this game has raised. I know they are out there.

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