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The aim of this game is to pee in the toilet!
New pee facts!
New commands, mostly in response to watching other people play!
Some new objects to interact with!
New ways to pee yourself!
I'm pretty sure I ironed out all the bugs, let me know if something happens that shouldn't have.
hulk handsome’s don’t pee yourself is reminiscent of don’t shit your pants, the stupid-smart game about achievements that was regretfully cold-shouldered out of its rightful place in the igf. while both games dabble in the teach-the-robot-to-make-a-sandwich absurdity of adventure game logic, i think don’t pee yourself gets a lot out of the ambiguity of the text-only format.
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The Indie Shelter
Wow, una avventura testuale! Non dobbiamo pisciarci addosso e siamo davanti alla porta chiusa del bagno. Una emozionante avventura che ci farà provare la difficoltà e la sofferenza di chi deve affrontare una delle prove più difficili della giornata. Riusciremo ad urinare senza farcela addosso?
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The plotline takes the word "minimalism" to whole new level: you have to do nothing else but peeing. But still, having lost this game a handful of times indicates it's small and prosaical task is not a simple one.
Don't Pee Yourself! reminds us the difference between IF and reality by calling attention on automated actions that are sometimes, well, automated by the various systems used on this genre.
Each playtime is very short -- one minute or two --, but you will have to play it more than once.
Very short, the title says it all. If you aren't looking for crude satire and facts about urination, don't bother with this one. If you are looking for a few moments entertainment, this is perfect. Each time you lose you get a little factoid to make the pain of loss less frustrating. I might recommend this game to my less mature friends.
I admit that I did laugh while playing this game. If it is of any significance, it is as a "commentary" on the frustration of old text adventures (Jeremy Douglass calls it "frustration aesthetics"). I mean, pretty much you just have to go pee. The problem is figuring out what you need to do to pee, since the game doesn't tell you this until you pee yourself and you fail. But every time you fail, you learn one new thing about the PC.
Of course, in actuality the game is pretty stupid and juvenile. You might laugh, but then forget about it. It is taking me longer to write this review than to play through the game to completion.
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