D3 Publisher launches ‘Human Observation Touch Starter: Momitoring’ new title teaser website

New Omega Labyrinth title incoming?

D3 Publisher

D3 Publisher has launched a new title teaser website titled “Human Observation Touch Starter: Momitoring.”

The website features a woman’s chest and presents users with the option of touching her left breast or right breast.

Here is the blurb from the website:

If you could choose between a new game announcement and big breasts, which would you pick?

Human Observation Touch Starter “Momitoring” is a teaser website for a new console game announcement.

Those who want to know about the new game, touch the left breast. Those who want to make her chest bigger, touch the right breast.

When the touch count of either side reaches its goal of 0,818,871, that side’s effect will be realized.

A new game announcement or a bigger chest? Humans being forced to choose between wisdom and breast, what will you decie? (I chose a bigger chest.)

The website is similar to the pre-announcement teaser websites for Omega Labyrinth and Omega Labyrinth Z, suggesting a new entry may be on the way.

Stay tuned.

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