Everybody 1-2 Switch officially hits storefronts today, and players are already finding ways to have their own brands of fun within the title.

The game features an option for players to connect and play along using their smartphone as a controller, and if you’re a smartphone player the game allows you to upload any photo from your device to use as a profile photo.

Normally, this really wouldn’t mean anything, though some players have discovered that the game seems to have no content filters at all for what photos it will allow. This means that whatever photo any given player uploads will be seen by the entire lobby (up to 100 players), should they place in the top 3 for a given mini game. We’ll go ahead and let you use your imagination on the possibilities at play here, but needless to say some of the GN staff have already seen some prime examples of this in action.

So that being said, if you’re a soon-to-be Everybody 1-2 Switch party host, be sure to exercise some caution before you let someone like grandma join in on the fun.

Nintendo has yet to issue a statement on the matter, but we’ll be sure to update you here if that changes

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11M ago

Well that's not E for Everybody.

But it is for every body part tough ;-)