Sega has released –not tested, not proposed– but released a urinal-based video game where accuracy will earn you points as well as deep and sincere appreciation from the women in your life. The “Toylet” sells for way too much and the variety of compatible games are sold separately. Our Japanese-English translation might be a little off here, but I think all of the minigames (they have to be because, well, have you ever timed yourself?) require the player to stay steady and accurate throughout his “turn” in order to earn points and progress.
Just to prepare you for what you’re about to see, that’s a peeing cherub demonstrating the control system of Toylet and the rest of the video clip is what you’ll see on the video screen.
I would like to ask a legitimate question here though: do you think this would help potty-training for your sons? I have girls, so I’m thankfully dodging this particular issue (in favor of other ones), but I still want to know. It’s human nature to be drawn to games and bright colorful images masquerading as information and data where we end up accidentally learning. Not that you’d install one of these urinals in your house, but a regular trip to the local business that carries the brand new Toylet might get your young man peeing straight before you know it.
Or am I totally missing the mark here?