Coming from developer Bulbware, Poopdie is a quirky dungeon crawler for mobile with a pretty bizarre and honestly kind of gross theme. The interesting part is, it features voice work from the renowned YouTuber PewDiePie. The game is set to launch for both Android and iOS next year. Check out its trailer below:

The story of Poopdie takes place in a world where everybody except our protagonist – who is a worm – has somehow forgotten how to fart or poop. As a result, tension is now building up in their bodies, turning them aggressive and violent. Your task here is to try and help the world remember how to poop again, mostly by completing quests and destroying sentient, evil bottoms that will stop at nothing to destroy Poopdie.

The thing is, you can’t actually attack enemies yourself. Instead, you will consume different ingredients, to crap out units that can then be sent to do the dirty work (literally) for you.



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Eat ingredients to poop out minions that will attack enemies for you

Combat couldn’t be more straightforward: You tap on an enemy and your unit will come to fight it until either side dies. If you have more than one unit at hand, you can tap multiple times on the same enemy to send as many minions as you want after it. As you progress, you’ll get to unlock several kinds of poop minions with different characteristics as well.

In terms of the visuals, if you have played The Binding of Isaac, then it’s not hard to see the similarities in Poopdie. That said, this one is undoubtedly less grim, with a stronger emphasis on scatological humor and bizarre circumstances.

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The visual style is no doubt very similar to The Binding of Isaac

The development of Poopdie actually kicked off all the way back in March 2017, so it's been a long time coming for fans of Bulbware’s works and of Pewdiepie. Fortunately, the wait is almost over, as Poopdie is scheduled to hit both Google Play and the App Store on the 12th of December. For more information, visit the developer’s official website.