Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator will anger Mac and iOS gamers

Published On August 15, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | iPhone/iPad, Macintosh

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I’m going to break from tradition and not quote Monty Python here. Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator is inspired by the “Dead Parrot Sketch” from Monty Python’s Flying Circus, so the quotes would certainly be justified, but honestly, it annoys my wife…and justifiably so.

As a result, I’ll focus on the game. The original Oh…Sir! insult dueling game was created by developer Vile Monarch in 42 hours during the amJam game jam in 2015. Gambitious Digital Entertainment is now partnering with Vile Monarch to release the competitive insult dueling game Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator later this summer. The new version offers greater depth and variety through fan-requested features such as single-player gameplay, cross-platform online multiplayer, improved voice acting and special effects, tons of new insults and more.

As for the Monty Python connection, it ties in with game’s battle system, oddly enough.

Inspired by the infamous “Dead Parrot Sketch” from Monty Python’s Flying Circus, Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator’s cleverly contentious battle system challenges players to create long-winded combos of verbal insolence to fling at opponents. There are five comically quarrelsome characters from which to choose, each featuring their own unique voices, quirks and jokes, as well as four distinctly cantankerous conflict scenarios.

Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator will launch later this summer for and iOS (provided its feelings don’t get hurt along the way). The game will feature cross-platform online multiplayer with Windows PC, Linux, and Android users as well, so you’ve got built-in insults ready to go. For more information, visit www.gambitious.com.

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