This weekend I came across a couple of Mac games that reminded me of The Five on Fox News. Maybe you’ve seen the show. It’s made up of five people who sit around a table– usually including two or three heavily made up, short-skirted, high heeled women– and bash President Obama.
The single most striking visual is the wide angle camera view in which there is always a mini-skirted woman sitting front and foremost, legs extended, obviously in a manner to capture the attention of Fox’s heavily male viewership.
So it is with Sexy Boys Slot and Sexy Girls Slot games for the Mac. Basically, these two free online games have one common purpose. To segregate you from your money by appealing– as does Fox News and more recently, CNN– to your prurient interests. Both are sexy slot machine games and probably Not Safe For Work (NSFW).
To play the sexy game and view the sexy images you’ll need to use GG Coins and that requires you to setup an account (which gets you 5,000 free coins). The game is integrated with Facebook so if invite your Facebook friends to the game and they sign up you get extra bonus coins so you can play more.
Playing more seems to be the objective and you can do that by luck, or by being diligent and playing for two hours straight which gets you 1,000 additional GG Coins so you can play even more.
Surely you realize there’s no such thing as a free lunch, so both Sexy Boys and Sexy girls give you the option to continue playing by selling additional coins. 5,000 GG Coins is 99-cents. 10,000 is $1.99, but if you’re really addicted and money is not an object, you can purchase 200,000 GG Coins for $19.99.
Otherwise, this is a Mac App Store game which appeals to a comic book-like sexual interest disguised as an online slot machine. Admission is free but if you want to play more to see more you’ll have to pay more. Both games are complete with a Warnng.
- Frequent/Intense Simulated Gambling
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
That got me to thinking about the very leggy and dolled up Kimberly Guilfoyle (among others) on Fox News’ The Five and the extent humans go to to exploit people using good old fashioned feminism. Fox News does it. Look at the blondes that sit before Bill O’Reilly and compliment and complement his daily analysis. CNN does it, too, though a bit less blatant.
There’s a reason Apple chose a female voice as Siri’s default voice (did you know there’s a male equivalent voice?). Sex sells. And you can even buy sexy games on the Mac App Store.