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"Only a select few suffer from constipation... And only those select few get to visit a world like this. It's a shame though, because one of them is going to have their world come to an end..."
- MJ, yes that MJ
The laws of defecation means nothing.
When a young girl suffering from constipation, called Mira, attempts to go to the toilet, she mysteriously finds herself inside of a surreal world inhabited by strange beings. Alongside of a walking muscular butt person, a nameless being and a white rabbit she must find magical toilets and obtain laxatives in order to relieve herself from constipation.

The game was created for the annual VIP RPG Red-and-White 2010 festival by Team Nonsense. The game is heavily inspired by the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and other surreal RPG's like Yume Nikki, Ao Oni and Earthbound.

A translation was made by fan translation group Memories of Fear that can be found here

Toilet In Wonderland contains examples of:

  • Animate Inanimate Object:
    • A fire extinguisher that Mira picks up in one area turns out to be sentient, as revealed when it gets annoyed with Mira for not properly knowing how to use it.
    • When doctor was a child he was friends with a sentient soccer ball, the white part of a nail and salty water.
  • Art Initiates Life: In the flashbacks seen before the battle against the Avatar of Irregularity, it is revealed that Bottom was a character originally created by Mira's brother, Colin, in a drawing.
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  • Ass Kicks You: The muscular butt person, Bottom, certainly kicks some ass.
  • Big Damn Heroes:
    • The fire extinguisher returns to save Mira from a group of Marios at the end of one area.
    • Salmon also pulls this twice, once to save Mira from her giant tongue father and once in a flashback to help defeat the doctor's father.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Many examples:
    • After clearing a minigame where you have to kill a certain number of NPCs under a time limit, you are informed by the NPC that triggers the mini-game that you don't get a reward since he didn't add an event.
    • One cow that blocks your path says it would be hard to get him to move, since he isn't equipped with walking sprites.
  • The Cameo
    • Mira is able to befriend Alice from Alice In Wonderland by dancing with her.
    • IGN's Peer Schneider from the popular Japanese meme Gaijin 4koma appears in reaction to Mira blowing up a cow with a Bullet Bill.
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    • Mario himself appears as a major obstacle in one of the areas. He kills you on touch. Later in the area, you are chased by several Marios.
    • Luigi also appears in the same area, but fails to be an obstacle in any way, being knocked out of the way when Mira runs into him. If you return to the area after exiting via the toilet he can be collected as an item.
    • The wrestler Akebono falls from the sky in front of Mira. Which Mira picks up as an item.
  • Expy: The final boss of the game is an expy of the Kirby villian Zero. The music that plays during the battle is a remix of Zero-Two's battle theme.
  • The Faceless:
    • When traversing the last zone in the game, Mira gets stalked by faceless versions of herself.
    • Some background figures also sometimes lack their face.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In all the endings, the fire extinguisher sacrifices itself in the battle against the avatar of irregularity to destroy it.
  • One-Hit Kill: Many of the different ways that Mira can die are a result of this.
    • Mario will kill Mira on contact. Since he's quite fast and there are sometimes multiple copies of him, this can be particularly difficult to avoid if you aren't expecting it. Certain events in the house he appears in can cause him to appear too quickly to be dodged, such as looking at the Mario painting or entering the wrong locker combination.
    • The Unsafe Haven's Absolute God of Violence takes the form of a giant fist that can crush Mira or any other inhabitant of the Haven into a fine paste with one punch.
  • Mental World: The entire game takes place in one. Though not created by Mira's mind, but through Mira's heavy constipation.
  • Nominal Importance: One NPC asks Mira to give him a name before she escapes one area. This allows him to survive and later join Mira's team.
  • Picky Eater: Mira gets accused of being one in a flashback for not eating a fish because she felt sorry for it.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Usually when things crash into cows. Sometimes the cows will blow up, too.
  • Surreal Humor: Most of the game consists of this.
  • Toilet Humor: Obviously a game called ''Toilet In Wonderland" would contain this type of humor.
  • Troll: Salmon keeps popping out from out of nowhere in one area to kill Mira, often showing up again from another direction even after you think you've successfully avoided him.


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