All your sperm are belong to us
December 1, 2003 12:15 PM   Subscribe

All your sperm are belong to us : play the condom game.
posted by taz (8 comments total)
 
Another - NSFW - condom game here. Also see all the condom news at the first site (including "Waiter, there is something in my soup", a story that seems eerily reminiscent of Fight Club, right down to the clam chowder.)
posted by taz at 12:22 PM on December 1, 2003


I couldn't get your FPP link to work, taz, but the NSFW game was ... quite amusing. I managed to fill all the condoms but the ribbed one, which I couldn't hit once. Hmmm. Thanks for the links.
posted by WolfDaddy at 12:43 PM on December 1, 2003


All your _____ are belong to us - no - please god tell me that line hasn't crossed over from 'obnoxious' to 'retro'. oh please oh please oh please.
posted by item at 12:53 PM on December 1, 2003


actually, item, on this one it was kind of hard to resist; after I finished the first level, for example, it told me: "You are risking too often! Contracept better!"., and the instructions are pretty funny, too.

I don't know WolfDaddy... it's working for me in Explorer and in Firebird - regular Flash as far as I can tell.
posted by taz at 1:06 PM on December 1, 2003


The Trojan Games.
posted by homunculus at 1:17 PM on December 1, 2003


Works now, was getting DNS errors before. Obviously, someone set them up the spermatozoids.
posted by WolfDaddy at 1:23 PM on December 1, 2003


What an interesting thesis for the World AIDS day on why to use condoms: when a blue Mars symbol (man) shoots sperm at a pink Venus symbol (woman), one should use a condom to stop sperm to prevent contraception.

I guess when a blue Mars symbol fires sperm up another blue Mars symbol's rear, then a condom isn't necessary?

Glad we straightened that out on AIDS day.
posted by Seth at 2:36 PM on December 1, 2003


I guess when a blue Mars symbol fires sperm up another blue Mars symbol's rear, then a condom isn't necessary?

Not sure about your thesis, but I think green condoms are nice on St Paddy's Day.
posted by Shane at 6:26 PM on December 1, 2003


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