Have you ever wanted to launch a fart at someone? No? Well, a young gentleman named ARuFa has. And he made that dream a reality.
Everyone has something that makes them special. For 55 year-old Seiji Matsushita, that is being able to fart on command.
Hide the Fart is a simple Korean browser game that's all about, well, hiding your farts. You play as a guy at a bus stop, where he's stood right next to another guy. Decorum forbids just farting, so you need to time your releases to coincide with passing traffic.
In Japanese, making farting noises with one's hands is called "te onara" (手おなら). And as universally funny as farting noises are (c'mon, they are funny), rocking out to "Canon Rock" with farting noises isn't just humorous, it's friggin' awesome.
Perhaps you don't have a job. Or maybe you want a new challenge, but you don't know what you want to do with your life. If you are under 45 years old, you don't drink, you don't smoke, you don't use perfume, and you don't have nasal problems, there's a career waiting for you in China: Fart smelling.
Hockey fans might think they're hearing a familiar sound in Fart Cat, the rude-and-crude mobile game that released last week, when they finish off a level and the titular feline floats an air biscuit into the basket. And they'd be correct. That is the bleat of the same horn the St. Louis Blues use to celebrate a goal…
By far my favorite aspect of Fart Cat!, a fun and utterly deranged iOS game that released Wednesday, comes when you finish a level. A foghorn blares, the gassy kitty smiles and purrs, the screen fills with a stinky cloud and the game tells you, very proudly, "ROOM CLEARED."
The great thing about working weekends is I can blast gas with impunity in the Kotaku Tower elevator, and then on Monday when the car smells like Donkey Kong's taint, Fahey gets blamed for it once Crecente comes in.