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i Live is a creepy baby simulator for iOS


7:30 PM on 11.18.2013



Words cannot express how deeply unsettled I am by this video for i Live, a forthcoming iOS game from Italian developer LGD Studio. It has a room full of squishy, mottled, 3D-rendered baby things and tutorial instructions from a spermatozoon wearing glasses and a bowtie. There is nothing about this situation which does not make me uncomfortable.

The game was originally scheduled to release today, but has since been pushed back so that LGD can make the gameplay, "truly unique." I don't think they need to worry too much about that.

i Live: uscita slittata, il 18 novembre presentazione al pubblico [Buddha Gaming]






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