After months of approval delays and resubmissions, Apple has finally allowed IUGO's A.D.D. game to appear in the App Store. The $2.99 game is a WarioWare-like game with an adolescent sense of humor.
The content is reflected in the 8 warnings that is listed under the App Store description of the game. The app had been submitted multiple times with a paring down of mini-games to 70+, presumably due to the rejections from Apple. IUGO had released a Lite version of the game a number of months ago, but due to the long delay of the full version, they have since pulled it. We're not sure if it'll be coming back soon.
Here's a video of the game back in June. While specifics may have changed, the general gist of the game is captured:
Gameplay involves simple tasks using the iPhone's various control systems set in various humorous scenarios. These mini games are presented in rapid succession and part of the challenge is figuring you what you need to do. The game does tip you off with what control mechanism needs to be used (tilt, shake, tap etc…).
App Store Link: A.D.D., $2.99