Ten Unintentionally Perverted Video Game Titles

With silly movie titles such as The Midnight Meat Train and locales called “Lake Titicaca,” nothing is safe from the hilarity of unintentionally perverted names. Thanks to awkward English translations and clueless game companies that just so happen to overlook how awkward their video game titles are, numerous games over the years have fallen victim to embarrassing names that somehow end up sounding like it could the title of a porno flick instead.

The following are ten hilarious examples of unintentionally perverted video game titles.

Touch Dic

System: Nintendo DS
Release Year: 2005

Make sure you don't walk into your local Gamestop store and say, “Hi, I need Touch Dic!” For one thing, you may get arrested. Also, Touch Dic is a dictionary software tool released in Korea. The game arose controversy on the internet after FailBlog posted the game's cover and mentioned the perverted innuendo.

6 Inch My Darling

System: Sega Saturn
Release Year: 1998

Oh, Engrish. Thanks to the awkward translations between Japanese to English, we get to witness some of the most hilarious examples of bizarre game titles. No, 6 Inch My Darling isn't a game about a 6-inch male appendage, you foul-minded person. It's about three little six-inch-tall-sized people, and it's another Japanese text adventure game.

Project Rub
System: Nintendo DS
Release Year: 2004

Known in the United States as the equally awkward title, Feel the Magic: XY/XX, Project Rub is a quirky Nintendo DS minigame compilation about a man protagonist who tries to impress a woman with the help of a strange group of people known as the “Rub Rabbits.” He attempts to win her over by using a variety of methods, ranging from romantic gestures to protecting her from a stampede of bulls. Yep, this is one weird-ass game.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky
System: Playstation Portable
Release Year: 2004

Upon first glance, there doesn't seem to be anything perverted about the name of this PSP role playing game, right? Take a look at how the game title can be acronymed: L.o.H: T.i.t.S.

Yes, to clearly point it out, the acronym sounds like “low tits.”

Sticky Balls
System: Gizmondo
Release Year: 2005

Sticky Balls, as unpleasant as it may sound, is a game released in 2005 for the worst selling handheld video game system EVER, the Gizmondo. The object of this game is to shoot balls at other balls in order to form clusters and eliminate them. Oh, grow up.

36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples
System: Sega 32X
Release Year: 1994

It's funny how some of these video game titles can pass for strange pornographic titles. 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples is a golf game sponsored by Golf Magazine released for the Sega 32X, and it features golf legend Fred Couples on the game cover.

Moon Diver
System: PSN/XBLA
Release Year: 2011

The most recent game of the bunch, Moon Diver is a downloadable side scroller released on the PSN and XBLA, and does not involve anyone taking a dive into unmentionable places.

Nuts & Milk

System: MSX, NEC PC-8801, NEC PC-6001, FM-7, Nintendo Entertainment System, Mobile phone, Sharp X1, Game Boy Advance, Virtual Console
Release Year: 1983

Nuts and milk don't typically go together, unless you have your mind in the gutter. Nuts & Milk is also the title of a platformer/puzzle game that was developed by Hudson Soft. Being the company's first Famicon video game title, Hudson Soft developed the game and borrowed many elements from Lode Runner (also a Hudson Soft project), other platformers such as Donkey Kong, and various Nintendo games from the early 80s.

Wild Woody

System: Sega CD
Release Year: 1995

Now a favorite among Sega CD game collectors, Wild Woody once was a bargain-bin game and didn't sell too many copies. Over the years, fans appreciated the game for its progressive soundtrack composed by Ron Thal (AKA Bumblefoot), great dialogue, and life-like cut scenes. Regardless of the cult following, Wild Woody has to be one of the silliest game titles ever made.

ASO: Armored Scrum Object
System: Arcade, NES
Release Year: 1985

Not only does the title “ASO” sound dirty, but it's also a silly acronym for “Armored Scrum Object.” Known in the United States as the not-so-perverted title Alpha Mission, ASO: Armored Scrum Object is a SNK developed arcade SHMUP that was eventually ported to the NES/Famicom in 1986.

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