Here's the dilemma: We want to make fun of PETA's latest game, but the problem is that after clicking on pixelated breasts for 10 minutes, we feel that any entitlement to mock it has escaped us like gushing silicone from a popped implant.

The lesson in here somewhere is that PETA believes researching and testing breast cancer drugs on animals is "wrong." We're guessing the 192,370 women who'll be diagnosed with the disease this year would disagree, so perhaps it's best to enjoy this method without subscribing to the madness.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.