Toilet Humor Goes Mobile in Men’s Room Mayhem


Thanks to Ripstone and indie shop Sawfly Studios, gamers will finally be able to play a game about taking a leak while actually taking a leak themselves. See, dreams really do come true!

Folks who game on mobile devices at one time or another carry their gaming habit into the bathroom. Why pause when you can pad your high score from the John? Men’s Room Mayhem aims to be the perfect potty companion to take along the next time nature calls.

Men’s Room Mayhem is a line drawing game starring a janitor who must keep waves of bathroom goers from breaking the rules of men’s room etiquette and hygiene. It’ll be the player’s doody to make sure patrons wash their hands and maintain a one-urinal gap between pissers.

“When we had the idea for Men’s Room Mayhem it was clearly a game that just had to be made,” said Phil Gaskell, Creative Director & Co-Founder at Ripstone. “So when the opportunity to work with the ex-Studio Liverpool guys at Sawfly Studios came along we jumped at the chance to involve them, and we are absolutely delighted with the results. It’s fun, funny, and for anyone unfamiliar or curious about men’s room etiquette it certainly provides a crash course!”

Potty time becomes a lot more interesting when Men’s Room Mayhem squirts onto PS Vita, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Android devices in the weeks ahead.

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