Meet Unkore, a smartphone game that monitors your excrement

Meet Unkore, a smartphone game that monitors your excrement

For generations, people have said that free lunches don't exist, and in the modern age we could probably add that free smartphone games exist. Sure, they obviously don't charge you anything to start playing, but it's only a matter of time before a difficulty spike prevents you from experiencing the rest of the game's content until you agree to perform some microtransactions.

Meet Unkore, a smartphone game that monitors your excrement

That is likely to be the situation with Unkore, a newly released game for iOS and Android devices. You can download the game and start playing for free, but if you want the characters and items to help you complete your quest in the fantasy realm of Utopia, it's time for microtransactions. The twist, however, is that Unkore isn't interested in the money you make, but the toilet, as you make in-game money by telling the game's cast of cute anime girls about your droppings for the day. The application asks for color and consistency, to mention a few things.

Meet Unkore, a smartphone game that monitors your excrement

However, Unkore isn't the latest in the Japanese video game industry's subgenre of weird and fetish titles. Instead, it is an educational and wellness effort by the Japan Unko Society. If you haven't already figured it out from the anime, "Unko" is the Japanese word for "Excrement / Poop," and the Japan Unko Society is dedicated to raising awareness about the health of the digestive tract, including such serious problems as colon cancer. .

Meet Unkore, a smartphone game that monitors your excrement

Since the quality of your stool can be an early indicator of health problems, Unkore tracks your responses and, if your responses start to seem abnormal, will recommend that you see a doctor immediately. It also rewards you with the game's means to recruit people and obtain items through their gacha to use in battles fighting harmful bacteria and tumors, represented as monsters and demons.

Meet Unkore, a smartphone game that monitors your excrement

Finally, Unkore had a fairly long development cycle, but the final version of the game was finally released in Japan on November 15. User reviews so far are very positive, with the game scoring an average 4.9 (out of five) on the App Store and 4.3 on the Google Play Store.

Source: SoraNews24

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