Sega has released a new video game in Japan that will make using a urinal more entertaining than it should be. Dubbed “Toylet”, this device attaches to an existing urinal and uses a sensor that measures pressure and volume to play games on the device. The short games consist of activities such as filling coffee cans, creating wind to blow up a reporter’s skirt, and trying to get a man to squirt milk from his nose.
After the game is finished the screen will display ads placed by the operator. This game system has been tested in Tokyo at select locations, and business owners claim the game has been beneficial. Products advertised on the Toylet show increased sales; customers stay for the attraction of the unusual game, and the incentive for players to “concentrate” while using the urinals keeps the bathrooms cleaner. Check out the video below to see one of the Toylet games in action!