I keep looking for signs that this is a put-on. From the insanely stereotypical pitchman yelling about his wife's inability to hold her piss to the fact that this product is based in Beijing, a place which one doesn't necessarily associate with sexual liberation, it feels like an April fool. Yet as far as I can tell, this is an actual Kickstarter that got fully funded.
In this game, you play the role of Alice in Continent (pun intended!). Alice needs to constantly jump around to chase Rabbit Leg-pullers, dodge Lava Leaks, and collect Collagen Elixirs. How do you control the jump action? Not by touching the screen, but by using your pelvic muscles to squeezeOh, and this part...
Skea "tickles" you every time it is squeezed, delivering a soothing pulse whenever you contract your pelvic muscles correctly. This biofeedback not only enhances the fun, but is also clinically proven to improve training results.And six backers actually paid $500 to have avatars of themselves in the game. As the pitch says, "Now enjoy [Your Name] in Continent!"
Also, the term "stretch goals" somehow sounds a little different in this context.