Do you know what a fart is?

Well, think again…

Bottom bumps is basically one of the environment friendly game developed to shield the ozone layer from farts. The initiative for developing this game mainly goes to Ed Dee doo dar who is a curious boy and also the main character of the game. He is always keen to do something extraordinary.

One day he realizes that farts in fact are real living creatures and named them as Bumpeedeedoodars or Bumps. He also feels that these living creatures are harmful to the ozone layer and therefore it becomes imperative to save the layer of ozone. Fortunately, at the same time he also succeeds in discovering that the farts or bumps from Kangaroo are Ozone friendly, after which he starts collecting the DNA from the bumps of Kangaroo to develop an Ozone friendly aerosol spray. Applying this spray onto the bumps neutralizes the damage to the environment from the farts.

Now with an objective to protect the Ozone layer Ed is moving throughout the world to spray as many as bumps, and for that he has to collect substantial bumps for making the spray. The only obstacle in this mission is to stop the bumps from reaching the Ozone danger level at the earliest before they miss. So now help Ed in collecting the ozone friendly bumps so that our environment stays free from the damage.


The first environment friendly game, developed to protect the ozone layer and facilitate the smooth reach of sun rays on earth.

Stop the bumps from reaching the danger level

The game is categorized into different levels and after completion of each level the player is rewarded with the points.

Move quickly across the world.

After completion of the last level, you can continue your efforts of assisting Ed Dee doo dar, by starting the whole process from the first level.

You can also invite your friends and relatives to join you in this initiative of social cause and become the hero of your group, instead of becoming a joke for unwanted farts. Will you join ED to save the ozone???

What’s New

Version 9

Minor Bugs Fix

App Privacy

The developer, Derek Moore, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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