July 12, 2024


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Sick game that promotes sex abuse is advertised to CHILDREN by Google

GOOGLE has been accused of advertising a game to children that promotes sexual abuse.

The game is called LUV and one aspect sees players encouraged to remove a woman’s clothes while she is asleep.

The game advert shows a player being asked if they want to remove their sleeping 'step sister's' clothes


The game advert shows a player being asked if they want to remove their sleeping ‘step sister’s’ clothesCredit: Tiktok/@ tizzyent
The aim appears to be not to wake her up when you click on clothing items to remove them


The aim appears to be not to wake her up when you click on clothing items to remove themCredit: Tiktok/@ tizzyent

The Google Play Store has been accused of advertising this game during other ‘free-to-play’ games.

However, it has since delete the app from the Google Play Store.

Florida-based filmmaker Michael McWhorter took to TikTok and Twitter to complain about the creepy game potentially being advertised to his son.

His video now has hundreds of thousands of views and people complaining about the sick game in the comments.

McWhorter features a clip of the advert in his video and it shows a simulation game in which players control a male character and are asked whether he should take his step sister’s clothes off or leave her sleeping.

The aim of the game appears to be removing as many clothes as possible without waking her up.

In a voice over, McWhorter expresses his anger at the game.

He says: “Google, how the **** is this game available in your app store?”

He adds: “And then being advertised on other games – a game that my son could easily be playing.

“What do you think this teaches young preteen boys about how women should be valued and treated?”

According to The Metro, the game had a 17+ ‘Mature’ rating on the Google Play Store.

You can no the game on the Play Store but some people may still have it on their devices.

 Google’s Inappropriate Content policy for the Play Store states: “We don’t allow apps that contain or promote sexual content or profanity, including pornography, or any content or services intended to be sexually gratifying.

“We don’t allow apps or app content that appear to promote a sexual act in exchange for compensation. Content that contains nudity may be allowed if the primary purpose is educational, documentary, scientific or artistic, and is not gratuitous.”

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