Mount Your Friends 3D Announced, Features Enhanced 3D Dong Physics
Mount Your Friends 3D
(Last Updated On: December 17, 2017)

Stegersaurus Software announced that a sequel to Mount Your Friends is in development called Mount Your Friends 3D: A Hard Man Is Good To Climb. The game sees players taking on the role of customizable muscle-men who must climb up each other in order to reach the top.

Much like the original game, Mount Your Friends 3D is centered around muscly men with thick nipples and thongs, mounting each other. The real gimmick for the original was that all the guys had waggling, jiggly dongs. That’s right, you could schlong-swing your way to the top of the mountain, looking at a big dangling sausage slapping your friends in the face.

Since guys don’t care about “sexual objectification” the game was played for laughs, and plenty of people had a great time with Mount Your Friends as a party game. Contrast this with something like Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, and it’s quite obvious how biased the SJW-driven media is whenever sexy women enter into the picture, especially given that SJWs attacked Koei Tecmo enough that they wouldn’t even release Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 in the West due to feminists.

Anyway, Stegersaurus Software released the first announcement trailer for Mount Your Friends 3D, showcasing how the ripped muscly men will look in the new and improved 3D version of the physics-based puzzle game. You can check it out below.

Beyond mounting your friends, there’s also going to be all new climbing challenge activities; local and multiplayer options for up to 16 players will be included, along with all new 3D enhanced physics and mounter customization.

I can only imagine what the mods will be like for this very manly, and muscly game.

A release date hasn’t been set yet but the game is due to launch at some point in 2018.

For more info be sure to stay tuned in for further updates over on the Steam store page.


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