Imagine a glory hole, through the brazen schlorking of which one might plunge into the Tamagotchi dimension. What's on the other end, no man knows. Will your member, digital or otherwise, be licked by a smelly pixel panda? Will it be caressed by a bitmap slime ball? Or will you simply poke a young girl in the eye? Truly, Bandai's latest handheld game — Tuttuki Bako — is the most fun and perverse way you could spend $30 bucks short of paying me to teach you the rules to my favorite blindfolded party game, "What's In Your Mouth?"