• The company that created a famous ride-on-top vibrator will launch the game "FappyBunny" on Android
  • The game's mechanics will be similar to that of "Flappy Bird"
  • "FappyBunny" can control a vibrator called MotorBunny

The company that created MotorBunny, the ride-on-top sex toy, has just made its “FappyBunny” game available on Android. The integrated sex toy game, which used to be only available for iPhone users, is now downloadable on Google Play Store.

According to a report by AVN, the company MotorBunny stated that “FappyBunny” can be played in a similar way as the game “Flappy Bird,” which was reportedly the most downloaded free game on the Apple App Store six years ago. In the more mature game, the character will navigate difficult obstacles as the user controls the bunny by tapping the screen.

The altitude of the FappyBunny will regulate the intensity of the buzz control of the MotorBunny sex toy once a person plays the game and link it to the unit. Whenever it hits an obstacle and crashes, the vibration will hit full power. But the game can also be played without the ride-on-top vibrator.

“Accessibility is a major part of our brand DNA, so it was always on our roadmap to provide an Android version of the game. Being able to combine the fun of gaming and the pleasure Motorbunny provides is an unforgettable experience, and we want as many people to enjoy it as possible," Craig Mewbourne, CMO of the company, said.

This news comes as the world continues to grapple with the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Despite other industries experiencing a downfall during the pandemic, the sex toy industry has been booming, according to a Forbes report in April.

In New Zealand, there was a noticeable surge in the sales of sex toys from Adult Toy Megastore when Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern put the country on lockdown for a month. This also was the case in Australia, the U.K., Colombia and Denmark.

However, despite the uptick in the number of orders of sex toys, there are others who couldn’t afford to buy them online. As a result, many have resorted to making these tools at their homes, Mirror reported.

OnBuy’s research found that there were over 23,000 Google inquiries for homemade sex toys in March. Many residents were curious about how they could create their own vibrators and lube inside the comfort of their houses.

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Google's new Play Pass subscription service gives users access to hundreds of apps and games from the Play Store. REUTERS/Stephen Lam