The parrot is back from the dead bringing countless new insults for your disposal, Sir! Remember that silly game that parted lovers, destroyed families and turned friends into enemies? Here’s its successor that does even more, certainly with more style and more variety. And I have proof! This time you can spread affront to everyone in the world that has Internet access or - if you’re not the most sociable - you can sit alone and play with yourself. Nudge nudge.
So don’t let the parrot die for nothing and tell that grumpy old lady that her husband donated organs for a strange woman lying in a pond and that her sister poses nude for some dog. Then meet a retired hipster who admires pictures of a grunting sow, and a fake Russian who borrowed a dead body to put his teacup and crumpets on. It’s also the only game that lets you learn what’s The Meaning of Life, and that’s scientifically proven!
"Playing in local multiplayer mode made me laugh more in five minutes than most games manage over an entire campaign."
- Oscar Dayus, Pocket Gamer -
"Oh... Sir!' is our favorite insult-em-up"
- Aaron Souppouris, Engadget -
"Obviously, this game is getting my highest recommendation, and I expect to see it on a few end of year lists"
Loner’s Insult Tournament Mode:Battle your way through numerous unique situations and verbally assault your CPU
Real-Life Friends Mode: Duel against your actual friends on a couch, ottoman, or whatever else you like to rest your fanny on
Imaginary-Friends Mode: Verbally take down strangers from all over the world online, and bring the witty pain across any device using the game's Cross-Platform Multiplayer
5 Hilarious Playable Characters: Each with their own unique voices, quirky traits and hilarious “insult bits”
4 Conflict Scenarios: Lay down some verbal jujitsu across 4 different testy situations and dynamic environments
Contentious Battle System: Employ combos, criticals, continuations and other new mechanics to outwit your argumentative opponents!
********** Sir Postal Dude joins the quarrel at your request **********
Ladies, Gentlemen and Unattended Psychopaths,
We finally know who’s responsible for the murder by the lake - it’s The Postal Dude himself, a very naughty gentleman visiting us from a series of games you claim you didn’t play. But we know you did, knowing how many of you asked for this character, you sick nincompoops! So there you go, at your special request: enjoy the company of a disturbing guest star, featuring the original voice of Rick Hunter! That is, if you can figure out how to unlock him ...
And if you hadn’t had enough of weird characters saying absurd and unpleasant things, check out the new game in the series: Oh...Sir! The Hollywood Roast. It has a brand new cast of movie-inspired characters, which will be getting even bigger with upcoming updates!
Huge thanks to the friendly gentlemen at Running With Scissors for letting use The Postal Dude and helping us with the recording.
Ratings and Reviews
Best game ever
I love this game and it is my favorite game I have ever played and I have played a lot of games.
but I did have to annoy the heck of of my mom and she almost didn’t let me get it because she thought that it was a bad game but I think it is worth the money. But personally I think that the other game called the Hollywood roast is better because it is funnier then the insult sim but that’s just my opinion. Overall they are both good games
I Recommend It
The game is fun and enjoyable enough, I pull it out at school or in the car and can play it offline. I typically play against the CPU and it’s funny hearing their pronunciations in the resulting insults. It can be obnoxious when you form legitimate sentences and insults but receive less points when your opponents make little to no sense 9 times out of 10. They don’t seem to put too much effort into the actual forming of the sentence, just combining as much stuff as possible regardless of how moronic or intelligent it may sound in the end. This in now way ruins the game by any means, it’s still fun enough, just don’t take it too seriously.
This game is great. The insults are hilarious or ridiculous, and the controls work well. The only problem I have with this is that multiplayer just doesn’t work. I played with someone one time, and now, no matter how long I wait, there is no one available. That makes serious Sam and that other guy impossible to unlock! That’s not fair. I’ll rate 4 stars because this game is addictive, but I’ll only rate 5 if multiplayer is fixed.
Also, I wish there was DLC for the game so that you could get more characters or maps.
- Gambitious BV
- 198.9 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © Vile Monarch
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.