Say No! More 9+

Thunderful Publishing AB

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 43 Ratings
    • $5.99



Say No! More is the world’s first NPG (NO!-Playing Game).

In a world where everyone sticks to the status quo of saying “YES” take on the role of an intern on a mission to change the world with the positive power of NO! With this new power nothing will get in your way as you shout NO! at any absurd requests fired your way.

Touching on timeless and modern issues such as social etiquette, friendship and workplace standards, this hilarious adventure also has tender depth. It’s all wrapped up in a fun late 90s video game style, complete with chunky, colourful visuals, comical animations and jazzy music that you’ll struggle to say “NO!” to.

With simple controls, start your working life through a predetermined path in a quirky office environment. As well as shouting NO! using different emotional states, confuse people with different actions to let their guard down. Charge up your NO! for an even greater effect on unsuspecting colleagues.

Choose how to say No!: Heated No! Cold No! Lazy No! Wacky No!
Charge your No! for bigger effect!
Irritate your colleagues!
Laugh at them!
Clap at them!
Hmmm at them!
Make them feel you listen to them, but sarcastically!
Say No! in many different languages!
Customize your character!
Fight mean colleagues, supervisors and bosses!
Make friends in your lunchbreak!
Laugh out loud because this game is very funny!
And learn to say No! more

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

The new build has two changes for Japanese:
The header for "fashion" in the character creator is no longer cut off.
The Chinese characters in the menus are now the correct symbols.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

DoreenW22 ,

Incredibly sweet, beautiful, and poignant

This game is a perfect representation of the society that we live in today, where saying yes is the norm, even when it hurts you. I truly enjoy this game, not just because of its cute graphics or humorous storylines but because of the impact that it left on me and everyone else who played this game, it portrayed the suffering everyone faced in the workplace, in this story no one is a villain because that’s real life no one is truly evil and the fact that we are supposed to say yes to every unreasonable demand creates pain for everyone, I loved how this game touched on topics such as burning out and overworking, and it really showed me saying no, even to your closest ones, is ok. This game delivers so much in such a short amount of time and I truly, completely recommend it to you.

Mr memes 10 ,

Would really recommend

You were reading this I would really recommend, but also if you were a kid and you want this be careful the d word is in it. You guys try it out but I also want a say yes more. Creators if you are reading this, I would like that. also, if you can’t get it on here or it’s really glitchy it’s also on the Nintendo switch if you have one.

Lingrush24 ,

Not very interactive

This game plays a lot like a bizarre cartoon. You watch the story and occasionally press a button. The story doesn’t change based on which button you press, and you can’t choose where to move, so effectively you don’t get to make any meaningful decisions. The satire and world building are delightful, but the game would be more fun if you could move around and cause chaos as in Untitled Goose Game. It’s ironic that a game about not letting people tell you what to do tells the player exactly what to do all the time.

App Privacy

The developer, Thunderful Publishing AB, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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