Tickle Me Pink
Whether it was in the 80′s with Ms. Pac-Man or in the early 90′s with Chun-Li, we often wondered with much curiosity about those sexy female characters in video games. Like our fathers before us with Betty Rubble and Betty Boop, we had our own struggles with the “Bettys” of our time. But it all changed in 1996 when Tomb Raider was released. This time, the object of our lusty affections was in 3D and Lara Croft had sophistication both in visuals and characterization beyond her 2D counterparts. Since then, we’ve been innundated with an overabundance of pixel-popping vixens, who often bordered on the pornographic, i.e. Soul Calibur, Dead or Alive, and the notorious Rumble Roses. To recapture the magic of our “first time”, we recommend Tickle Me Pink, a virtual girlfriend app created by Burt Sloan. Try rubbing your girlfriend’s tummy to make her laugh, touch her head to entice a kiss, and tap her feet to get her to dance. Stay on her good side and you will feel good too. However, get naughty and you’ll both be in a foul mood. With an excellent selection of seemingly familiar songs, extras to keep you engaged, and great graphics, it’s a cool, entertaining experience, which you can easily get lost in. Price: $1.99.