Micro-blogging service Twitter allows people to share what they are doing with others. That might include playing erotic computer games.
Game developer Moonstone is shoehorning Twitter functions into its adult title AngelRing. Those functions will allow players to tweet, reply, tweet about the scene they are currently playing, collect tweets about the game and the game's developer, playback voice or a scene that has been tweeted about, check links and change font size automatically.
In the future, the developer plans to enable the ability to read tweets about scenes in progress, tweet about a particular in-game image and tweet about the game's music. Moonstone is checking to see if the server can handle the ability to post a real-time screenshot.
These games are traditionally single player experiences, but Moonstone is trying to build a community around this title. While not for everyone's gaming tastes, this isn't necessarily a bad thing!