Experience the most fartastic fun you’ll ever have in Doofus Drop: the idiotic game that will fascinate and weird you out at the same time! Send Doofus flopping down treacherous mountain slopes by farting your way through hillside hazards like garbage eddies, giant forks, pits of worms, and the occasional comedic disembodied head. Collect stars to buy fabulous upgrades and powerups for your Doofus-launching gear, and see if you’re drop-tacular enough to earn the coveted Golden Streak: the ultimate cycling machine. If you’re really lucky, you might even catch a ride on the elusive Flatchy Bird!
Doofus Drop is a moronic masterpiece of addictive gaming mayhem, unique and captivating art, and top-notch fart jokes. If you don’t think farts are funny, stop lying to yourself and play Doofus Drop.
--- WHY YOU’LL LOVE DOOFUS ---
• DEFY the mayhem of the mountain as you strive for amazing drops.
• FART your way through obstacles in a delicious frenzy of flatulence.
• EARN stars to unlock hilariously useful powerups and items.
• COMPETE against players worldwide for the best drop distance.
• UNLOCK achievements and prove your drop-tacular skills.
--- WORDS FROM THE MASSES ---
“I don’t know why this game is so fun. It just doesn’t make any sense!"
“Farts rule. I approve this game wholefartedly.”
“That is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. I want more!"
"At first I loved Doofus Drop for its style and concept, then I played it for a minute or two and thought it was crap, then I played it for a few more minutes anyway; upgraded some stuff, accepted my own limitations within the game and settled down to enjoy the lack of effort and easy drama. Now two days later I think it is a work of rare genius and still can't put it down. It's a good game to play after a hard day contemplating the meaning of life: playfully arguing with a friend about which series of Power Rangers had the highest special effects budget, or debating what you'd miss the most after an apocalypse. It's safe to say Doofus Drop is not for everyone*, but the emotional thrill of achieving a sweet long drop (through no personal skill, merit or entitlement) is just peachy. The game invites a sort of zen-state, where the less you care about the outcome and the more you pay attention to the details the further you appear to travel, but it might just be me. You're welcome! x *Do you like pointless footnotes? If not I don't think you'll like Doodle Drop, but feel free to prove me wrong. People who like strategy games probably won't like it either, but change is good for you."
- Adjusting store purchase flow
- Reducing app download size using streaming
Ratings and Reviews
Silly Fast Paced Fun
I never tend to keep games on my phone for long. They tend to be either too boring or too frustrating with the constant reminders of their micro transactions. This game defies all of that. The game play is fun, fast, and any frustrations are easily soothed by the ability to jump right back into the action. The ads are slipped into this in a fairly unobtrusive way; I never mind their appearance. Since the game moves fast, it's good for short waits or long playing sessions. And while a game about farting your way down a hill chafes at my personal image of an intelligent person... it's just too much fun to care. I love the little animations, I love the rewards system, and I love this game.
Developer Response ,
Haha! Thanks Formoka!
Fun and pretty unique
So first off, great game. Mindless entertainment with minimal interaction can be a lot of fun. The sound effects are funny and the music is alright. A few of the main issues I have: (1) I feel the game is too dumbed down on information. For example I had to find out on my own that once you get your max amount of beans, the stars you collect won’t count towards your next can. Or how long your bike lasts, or other numbers. Not a huge deal, but good to know. (2) It’s super frustrating when you use all three cans before 1000 feet because every can sends you straight into another fork or spike. (3)the emergency shark that says “100% Saftey” does not go over the decapitating bear. I tried. And (4) when I’m listening to my own music, I have this apps music down, but the app forces my music volume way down, leaving the sound effects horribly loud. It’s a great game, but still has some flaws
The odds are stacked
And not in your favor. At all. A lot of work has gone into the art work and creativity/music in the game. Physics are not so great and you will spend most of your time watching ads to obtain in-game currency for upgrades well past the beginning. It is a micro-transaction trap and not a very satisfying one at that.
You will find your character on spikes and forks or trapped and using most of your “bean” booster before you even reach 500 feet. I recently dumped more time into the game to see if the upgrades they provide make any significant difference. It does increase your chances of having one good run but in the end I still have found myself endlessly using my boost to get unstuck which is the common theme here.
There are other games out there I recommend any other one of those.
Developer Response ,
Hey Hamperedism we appreciate that you like the art work and creativity in the game. Thank you!
- Curious Labs
- 208.7 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2016 Curious Media
- In-App Purchases
- 25,000 Stars $2.99
- 10,000 Stars $1.99
- 2,500 Stars $0.99
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