Do you love your new iPad enough to want to take things to the next level? If so,
1. You’re weird.
2. There’s a new game out that appears to have been made just for you.
From the Verge:
The premise of Luxuria Superbia sounds harmless enough, tasking you with using your fingers to fill a flower with color. But when the words “grip my petals” and “pollinate me” appear on screen, it’s hard not to blush.
From Escapist Magazine:
I really like Luxuria Superbia, even though I can’t quite nail down why – vague shades of Tempest, perhaps? – but the truth is that I’m just not very good at it. Despite reading the rules I have no idea how it works, and it seems like the more I hammer on it, the worse I do. I eventually managed to muddle my way through the first level but I can only last for a few seconds into the second before it’s all over, with nothing to show for my efforts but a stark “Oops” on the screen. I just do not understand what’s going on here.
But boy, it sure does remind of me something. I wish I could figure out what.
Right now I’m concentrating on satisfying my iPad. I’ve learned I have to start gently, with one finger circling the screen, and then add a second, longer caress. It doesn’t like it to be over too quickly.
It’s all gone white-light now. I perceive the tablet to be breathing. Words surface from the afterglow: “Kiss me.” And for some reason, absurdly, I comply. I’m making love—after a kind—to my iPad, and I kind of like it.
I don’t know how to feel about this, you guys.