In 2008, two college graduates who’d seen too much South Park graced video games with BoneTown, a game that watched the Hot Coffee mod for GTA: San Andreas, saying, “What if that’s half the game And there aren’t any cars that you have to struggle to go anywhere? ”Although BoneTown was originally distributed through their website, BoneTown made it onto Steam in 2013 through Greenlight, albeit in a censored version with no nudity called BoneTown: Mature Edition.
This summer it will return uncensored as BoneTown: The Second Coming Edition. According to the developers at D-Dub Software, “this re-release gave us yet another rift in the game that many of you have played and loved for years – and yes, we went a little overboard. So much so that we made up our minds to have.” this is no longer the same BoneTown. “Apparently they’ll explain what makes it” soon “different.
Dan Stapleton used to play BoneTown for us and said, “Nobody should buy it as a game. It’s obviously a low-budget production with poor animation, clumsy art, and little mechanics.” Finding it more boring than shocking, he summed up: “Overall, I’d say the most shocking thing about it is that it suffers from a surprising design oversight: the controls require two hands to operate.”
(Thanks for the tip, Tobias.)