^ Caption: Possibly NSFW! Depending on how you view it
"Bandai Tuttuki Bako Virtual Finger Game
"If you donít have enough things in your life to poke and prod, then this device is made just for you. Imagine being able to tickle, poke, and pick a digital person or creature inside a cute little colorful box. A dream come true for some, and a totally freaky gadget for others. In order to play or poke at your digital friend you just stick your finger in the side hole of the box and watch as your finger becomes digitally represented allowing you to play with your new buddy. You can play with your box and hole all day long as there are 5 different ways to enjoy it. You can tickle a human face, train a panda, touch and feel slime (that one scares me), play with strange little creatures, or just use it a clock."
^ Do want. ^
♪ Butterfly in the sky,
I can go twice as high.
Take a look,
It's in a book,
A Reading Rainbow ♫
Sadly, I didn't end up getting it. I had to have it ordered in....and when the shipment showed up, they called me once, at some random time, and left me a voice mail message that I got the next day or so. I forgot about it, and haven't heard back....so it's probably been sold off already (they didn't require a down payment or anything, so I'm not out any cash). BJMR has one tho...
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| Karl Marx |
A desperate disease requires a dangerous remedy.
| Guy Fawkes |
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