Quoted from rosh:
oodies in the future.
Just got over 200 new voice calls earlier this week, a large chunk are of the non family friendly variety, and to be honest, some might be too "offensive", for even the non family friendly setting.
Personally I think the more risky the innuendo the more fun the game will be... within reason!... use them all and get more!! It will make this game shine to have an array of innuendos! The problem with Scared Stiff, for example, is that the innuendos were limited in number, so they became a groan-fest for me... but this game is crying out for a stack of innuendos!! The humour in this can put it on a par with MM IMO, and quite easily beyond!!! For me, humour is a massive factor in a pinball!! A variety of accents would also help, as per the MM damsels for example... I would love to hear those 200 callouts, there is sooooo much scope for fun here!!!
Obviously the callouts can be grouped into different categories which can be selected by the user, which I guess is your plan... all I'd say is if you think any callouts are too risky even for the non-family Setting, put them in another category (extra non-family) and let the owner decide... f-bombs or any swearing would kill the game imo... keep if purely on the innuendo field, which I'm sure is your intention... or just plain funny... things like "please don't lie on the table sir, people are trying to dance there", all said with a strong female German accent of course. The inventive and imaginative use of funny innuendos and other humour would elevate this already awesome game to another level! Very interested in this pin...
Hallooo! Why don't you come into my tent and taste my lovely pretzels!?
P.s. sorry for posting here as a non-owner, but I am a serious potential owner, so I guess that lets me poke my head into a tent.