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The Cosmic Wheel Sisterhood wants you to f*ck God this Valentine’s Day

Deconstructeam, the Spanish indie developer behind The Cosmic Wheel Sisterhood, has delivered a surprise of cosmic proportions for anyone single (or not) this Valentine’s Day.

The Cosmic Wheel Sisterhood was positively received — and not just by us — thanks to its beautiful and thought-provoking narrative, a theme that was also prominent within Deconstructeam’s previous game, The Red Strings Club.

This Valentine’s Day though, the Valencian studio is offering something a little different for its thirstiest fans: the opportunity to f*ck god. Because let’s be honest: who hasn’t wanted to f*ck God in some way or another? Whether that’s physically, emotionally, the spaces in between all of that… God’s presence and what it can mean to a person is something of an enigma, isn’t it?

Philosophical rambling aside, Deconstructeam may want you to f*ck god, but not in-game. Instead, the team has joined up with artisan sex toy company Uberrime to launch a real-life, functional dildo inspired by the godlike girth of Abramar, the forbidden behemoth.

Image Source: Deconstructeam

For those who haven’t played the game, you’ll remember that Abramar is a snake-like entity that a few characters take a ride on throughout the game’s events. And we do mean that literally, so get your head out of the gutter.

With Uberrime at their side, the result has been a body-safe silicone monster cock that’ll have all monster f*ckers out there squealing with delight. Or, other things, you know.

What’s more, three lucky fans of The Cosmic Wheel Sisterhood will have the opportunity to wield this monstrous power of Abramar in the bedroom — all they have to do is enter a special competition.

To find out more on how to enter, visit daddyabramar.com.

Aimee Hart

[She/They] Aimee Hart specializes in queer fandom, video games and tabletop, having started her career writing for numerous websites like The Verge, Polygon, Input Magazine and more. Her goal now is to boost LGBTQ+ voices in the video games industry.