Devolver publishing a game about farting on people

The adorable tooting developers at Flee Punk and silent but deadly game label Devolver Digital announce today that Gassy Mob, a game about an angry mob trying to kill you because you farted on them, is squeaking out on iOS later this year and on Android in early 2016.

Let’s just let that one float for a minute.

Gassy Mob puts you in control of an adorably colorful character that, having eaten as much as possible, must now release copious amounts of delightful gas in the vicinity of seemingly innocuous bystanders. However, after enough back-end blowouts, you’ll be running for your life pursued by a mob – expelling more gas along the way. Gain points with each dusting and level up your gastrointestinal prowess, unlock new powers, and make new helpful friends – but be sure to avoid pitfalls and traps as you dodge the increasingly angry mob.

 

The aim is simply to stay on your feet long enough to break wind as much as possible, before the rabble eventually runs you down. Just like real life! It’s basically a more realistic version of The Sims.

 

FEATURES

Gassy Gameplay: Chomp down on yummy treats and fill your belly with glorious gas as you glide through people, obstacles, and traps to fart on anyone and everyone in your way! Chain together toots for some serious damage or set off a bomb to thin out the angry mob for some breathing room.

 

Oddball Items: Earn big bucks through your smelly exploits to purchase bizarre items and weird companions to upgrade your backend blowouts. From electric jellyfish and spicy peppers to hover boards and belly boosters, the store will always have something amusing to bring on your adventures!

 

Whimsical Worlds: Traverse through delightful neighborhoods, quaint towns, and treacherous terrain in randomly generated levels to keep things fresh and fun!

For more information, please visit www.gassymob.com.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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