We’ll just get this out of the way… poop is funny. Sure, it’s also usually gross, stinky, and can be generally unpleasant but really it’s also pretty funny. The developers at K Bros understand this and have taken the art of pooping on things to new levels with There’s Poop in my Soup. The game has been available for some time on Steam after being Greenlit back in March. Now you can take your pooping with you anywhere as There’s Poop in my Soup is now available on Android and iOS devices.
Curiously, the iOS app seems to want to hide the true nature of the game. Named simply TPIMS, the iOS description reads as a completely different game than Android…
In TPIMS you play as a little boy who stands on the rooftops and feeds people jelly beans on the streets below.
Complete all the tasks and unlock power ups and new levels
Have you ever wanted to poop on people but were too shy to just go for it?
There’s poop in my soup lets you do just that, poop in soups, poop on people, poop on poodles, poop anywhere you please, from the streets of New York to Paris to Beijing. Poop on Everybody!
Make sure to tick off that to-poo list and unlock special poo abilities.
In either instance, you play as a somewhat confused little boy who seems to poop out of his mouth. Your goal is to hit as many of the lollipop-headed pedestrians as you can with your fecal matter, causing them to run around in a panic (you’d panic too if someone spit poop onto your head!). An upbeat electronic soundtrack accompanies the pooping action, and you’ll need to time your dumps perfectly to hit some of the more pesky pedestrians. Clear each level to move on to new locations in order to meet new people — and poop on them.
The game is free on both Android and iOS, though in-app purchases are available if you so choose. You can check out some Let’s Play videos for There’s Poop in my Soup to see the game in action, but be warned, there’s definitely some NSFW language as gamers miss their shots, or generally just wonder what in the heck they’re playing.
Are you going to give There’s Poop in my Soup a try? Tell us about your craziest poop exploits (from the game, of course) in the comment section below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.