Sega toilet game a hit
Computer game maker Sega has rolled out a computer game played in men’s public urinals.
The system, first tested in selected bars in Tokyo, is proving so popular among men of all ages that Sega is reported to be looking to international expansion for the product.
The Sega “Toylet” features a screen mounted above a urinal and sensors in the urinal itself. Players use their stream strength to control one of five available games.
Between the games, advertisements can be shown on screen.
Reports say hundreds of the systems have now been sold to pubs and restaurants in Japan.