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Spin the Bottle is a party game supporting up to 8 players.

The game pushes the players' attention away from the screen and onto each other with a series of collaborative micro challenges. The players sit in a circle around the Wii U Game Pad and spin a virtual bottle in order to pair up two random players to take a challenge. The challenges are carried out with Wii Remotes and involve tight coordination, daring trust, body and eye contact or extreme flexibility.

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Posted by Martin Watts

You spin me right 'round baby, right 'round

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User Comments (4)

iBazly

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iBazly said:

I am actually so strangely excited for this. This may seem weird but this is totally the type of game my friends and I would spend far too much time playing. >_>

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