Controversial 'Privates' Wins BAFTA Award

By Lauren Alessandra on November 28, 2011, 7:40AM EDT
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The controversial sex education title 'Privates' has won indie studio Size Five a British Academy of Film and Theatre Arts award in the Learning - Secondary category.

"I can't thank BAFTA enough for honouring a tiny studio who made a weird little game. It was a great night, and I'm brimming with pride. To stagger home with one of those oh-so-familiar shiny metal face awards is so surreal, and completely magical," said Dan Marshall, founder of Size Five.

Privates is a title that Microsoft deemed too sexual for the console, but apparently deemed educational by BAFTA. The title follows a bunch of STD fighting heroes exploring your sexual organs. It provides a way for teens to learn about sex education through playing which makes the whole experience a lot less awkward and all the more rewarding.

Privates is available for free on E4.com, but if you want a bit of a sneak peak, check out the trailer below:

Source: BAFTA Award Winners

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