Orc Attack: Flatulent Rebellion
is a Beat 'em Up
video game for the PlayStation 3
and Xbox 360
created by Casual Brothers Games. Set in medieval times
, a community of kind (albeit unhygienic) orcs lived in peace and harmony, until one day, thousands of greedy human beings invaded their land and destroyed the environment, making the land very toxic. As a result, the orcs began to suffer from severe side-effects, one of which included chronic flatulence. Fed up with the humans, the orcs tried to rebel against them, but failed without even having much impact against them
. With the orcs scattered and on the verge of being eradicated, it's up to four heroes to get the rebellion started again and to crush the human beings for good.
To say that the game is filled with Toilet Humour
would be putting it lightly. The orcs' main special powers are farting and belching. Farts can be ignited with fire (or another orc's burps) and have the same effect as a grenade, while burps can be used to burn
, or even petrify
Tropes to be found in the game:
- Artificial Stupidity: Despite being a Blind Seer, and blatantly telling you that you need to lower a bridge or destroy an electrical fence's power supply up ahead on his path, Master Muck will continue to walk forward, even if you haven't lowered the bridge or powered down the fence.
- Belch Weapon
- Beware the Nice Ones: Before the humans arrived, the orcs were pretty peaceful and looked friendly. After they arrived, the orcs all grabbed two clubs, declared war on the humans, and then things became a bit bloody...
- Big Bad: The Mad Man.
- Bittersweet Ending: Much more sweet than bitter. The four heroes are all dead and in Valhalla, but at least they're happy since they're in their own personal heaven. And they've succeeded in killing the Mad Man and stopping the humans' rampage, so the rest of the orcs can finally live in peace.
- Blind Seer: Master Muck.
- Bowdlerise: The whole point of Magic mode. Those who hate farting can use blue magic attacks instead.
- Camera Screw: Not only can you not control the camera angles, but more than likely the camera will position itself at an angle that won't show where the enemies are coming from.
- Disability Superpower: After being affected by the polluted environment, the orcs chose to use their farting and belching against the humans.
- Dumb Muscle: All the orcs.
- Escort Mission: Both missions involving Master Muck.
- Everything's Better with Samurai: One of the four unlockable orcs is a samurai-stylized orc.
- Fartillery: Obviously. Granted it only works if the gas is mixed with fire or belches.
- Fat Bastard: Big Fat Shaman.
- Humans Are the Real Monsters
- I Surrender, Suckers: Played with. Master Muck lets himself get captured by humans posing as female orcs so he can learn more about their evil plans.
- A Load of Bull: One of the four unlockable orcs is a friggin' minotaur.
- Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: All four of the unlockable characters could fall under here. Special mention goes to the orc that's half-skeleton, half-pirate.
- Nobody Poops: Surprisingly, given the absurd about of Vulgar Humor.
- The Pigpen: All the orcs, but Sir Niff stands out the most (given that he's the one orc who gleefully sniffs his armpit during the character selection screen).
- Recurring Boss: Big Fat Shaman appears no less than three times.
- Super Drowning Skills: Falling into deep water will drain the orcs' health. And when it comes to Master Muck, he'll drown instantly.
- Toilet Humour: To the point where three of the orcs' names revolve around excrement.
- Vomit Indiscretion Shot: One of the orcs can be seen puking during the intro.