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‘Bro Fist Simulator’ Is Here To Instruct You In The Manly Arts

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bill-swift - February 9, 2016

I remember reading, somewhere on that thar Internet, the story of a cheating wife. The guy she'd slept with didn't know she was married until the morning after, and left an apologetic note to the husband under the toilet seat (which, natch, wouldn't be lifted by the wife; the only stealthtastic place to leave it). It said something like, ‘I'm so sorry that you had to find out this way, bro, but it was duty to tell you…' yadda yadda yadda.

Why am I telling you this? Not because I was either guy in the story. Hell no. Because this is an example of the bro code. Bro-ing, as all bro-ish bros know, is serious business.

What does it take to be a true bro? It's more than just watchin' the game and havin' a bud, though that does help. You also need to indulge in manly video games (Broforce being the best), and master the art of the bro fist.

Should your bro fist be lacking in that inherent power that true bro fists demand, here's something to show you the way. Behold Bro Fist Simulator.

If the recent Balls Kicking Simulator wasn't enough for you, here's another of Steam Greenlight's offerings. In this one, the A, S, D and F keys and the space bar correspond to a different digit, and have to be pressed with the right timing to fist bump your bro. Time it wrongly and your goddamn finger breaks right off:

There's only a demo available so far, as Kotaku reports, but the full game promises bro achievements, wrist bling and other such wonders.

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