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Computer game mimics Playboy mansion

March 6, 2005 at 10:34 AM

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, March 6 (UPI) -- A computer game that gives teens a chance to run Hugh Hefner's Playboy mansion has upset some in New Zealand.

"I believe it will breed a new generation of child molesters," said David Lane of the Society for the Promotion of Community Standards. "It's absolutely sicko."

The game allows participants to become part of a Hefner party with the objective of making deals. Triumph with women is recognized by implied sexual intercourse, the Wellington Dominion Post reported.

The game, "The Mansion," was released in New Zealand with a R16 certificate, but Lane believed the game should have been given an R18 certificate.

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