The parrot is back from the dead bringing countless new insults for your disposal, Sir! Remember that silly game that parted lovers, destroyed families and turned friends into enemies?Read full description
The parrot is back from the dead bringing countless new insults for your disposal, Sir! Remember that silly game that parted lovers, destroyed families and turned friends into enemies? Here's its successor that does even more, certainly with more style and more variety. And I have proof! This time you can spread affront to everyone in the world that has Internet access or - if you're not the most sociable - you can sit alone and play with yourself. Nudge nudge.
So don't let the parrot die for nothing and tell that grumpy old lady that her husband donated organs for a strange woman lying in a pond and that her sister poses nude for some dog. Then meet a retired hipster who admires pictures of a grunting sow, and a fake Russian who borrowed a dead body to put his teacup and crumpets on. It's also the only game that lets you learn what's The Meaning of Life, and that's scientifically proven!
Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator is a game about generating insults to win an RPG style fight. Players take turns choosing words and phrases out of a random list as well as words and phrases that were given just to them in the hopes of creating the better insult to damage their opponents lifebar. You can drink some tea to refresh the two free words or phrases you have and can create combos by focusing your insults on the same subjects multiple times in a row. The game has six characters that each have their own voice and each has their own weakness, insults that effect them more than the other characters. One of the main negatives of the game is that you have a computer deciding what a good insult is and how much damage an insult should do to your opponent, some things that can do damage make little sense and aren't even insults. There is not that wide of a variety of usable words and each stage only gives a few unique lines for the area and subject of your argument. It's a cheap and amusing game but the novelty will likely wear off fairly quickly.
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