The developer of a mobile game in which the female central character can choose between boyfriends has apologised for a series of adverts that some viewers said were offensive. Photo: YouTubeThe developer of a mobile game in which the female central character can choose between boyfriends has apologised for a series of adverts that some viewers said were offensive. Photo: YouTube
The developer of a mobile game in which the female central character can choose between boyfriends has apologised for a series of adverts that some viewers said were offensive. Photo: YouTube

‘Sexist’ adverts for ‘virtual boyfriend’ game Love and Producer pulled after backlash

PapeGames says messages in videos were ‘quite different from the theme of accompaniment’ it wanted to express

Topic |   Mobile gaming
The developer of a mobile game in which the female central character can choose between boyfriends has apologised for a series of adverts that some viewers said were offensive. Photo: YouTubeThe developer of a mobile game in which the female central character can choose between boyfriends has apologised for a series of adverts that some viewers said were offensive. Photo: YouTube
The developer of a mobile game in which the female central character can choose between boyfriends has apologised for a series of adverts that some viewers said were offensive. Photo: YouTube
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