TOKYO, Oct. 2 (UPI) -- A Japanese developer has unveiled a video game that uses Oculus Rift virtual reality technology to simulate using super breath to blow up a teen girl's skirt.
The developer posted a video online showing how blowing on the Oculus Rift DK2 headset's microphone will cause a breeze in the game to lift the skirt of popular video game character Hatsune Miku, an animated 16-year-old who also stars in the Vocaloid series of simulated singing software, and expose her panties.
The developer is reportedly seeking to make multiple versions of the game featuring different popular animated characters who wear skirts.
The game comes on the heels of major developer Bandai Namco's creation of "Summer Lesson," a game for the competing Project Morpheus headset that allows players to directly interact with scantily-clad animated schoolgirls in a school setting.
A Japanese developer posted a video last month of a similar Oculus Rift game called the "Boobie-Squeezing Simulator," which allowed players to sexually assault an animated character.