If you're going to have a game in which characters go to the bathroom, fart, and have babies, you might as well have a game in which they have sex. Not that it really matters. In fact, if you go to the game's website, you'll be virtually carded before you can enter. And long before you reach the actual sex, you'll have to sit through a lot of creepy fondling, Sims-ish moaning, and bad collision detection in which one character's hand passes clean through his partner's arm or someone's neck disappears under a pillow. I hope that's not a spoiler for you. Like a used copy of Oui sent over to the States in exchange for a pistol, Singles: Otherwise, spats might break out and you'll have to sit through more of the hug-snuggle-gossip routines to advance your relationship levels. An access code may be purchased by those who enjoy Singles, to unlock the full version from the downloaded demo, removing the four hour time limit. There are different characters, but they all have the same canned interactions, which consist of sophomoric, lascivious interactions beneath even the most shameless sitcoms: First, let's admit that there's nothing wrong with the basic premise. Practically, there's no real change in terms of gameplay here. Equal opportunity for all bodily functions, puritanical dignity be damned. Singles is supposedly so explicit that retailers won't carry it and publisher Eidos Interactive seems to have resigned itself to offering it online. Flirt Up Your Life!