The Ville is a life-simulation video game that allows players to create a custom avatar, construct a home and nurture virtual relationships with others.
As a player moves far in the game, he/she becomes able to the ability to kick off the “happiness home run” or “whoopee” with other characters in the game. In simple words, it allows players to enjoy virtual sex.
David Gray, executive producer at Zynga, himself used the terms “happiness home run” and “whoopee” in an interview with CNET.
The characters in the game initiate stripping their cloths off and then the floating hearts obscure the screen. Isn’t it indeed Whoopee?
However, Zynga Senior Vice President of product development Mark Skaggs denied that The Ville is a dating app. He insisted that the romantic relationship channel in the new game is merely a diminutive part of it.
This feature of the new game reminds up of EA’s Sims Social where characters create “woo-hoo” when jump into a bed, share a quick kiss on the lips, and then finally vanish in the bed and the screen gets obscured by floating hearts.