Pee Monkey Toilet Trainer
Monkey see, monkey pee all over the place.
At this point, we'll play anything on iPhone so long as it has an online leaderboard, even if the game involves urinating into a toilet. That, dear reader, is the concept behind Pee Monkey Toilet Trainer, a game that has big consequences for tinkling outside the lines.
Pee Monkey stars a male primate that zips back and forth on a pink bar of soap. A steady stream of urine erupts from his most sensitive area (you don't actually see his wiener), and a girl monkey (we presume his sister) stands on the sink holding a rope connected to the toilet; it's her job to flush. Your goal is to score points by directing the pee into the bowl.
To play, you hold the iPhone horizontally and tilt the device to direct the stream (you have no control over the monkey). As your score climbs into the thousands, the monkey travels at a faster pace. Meanwhile, pee that misses the bowl collects on the floor. If the urine level reaches the electrical outlet/red line across the bottom of the screen, the lights go out and it's game over. From there, you can upload your high score to a global leaderboard to see how you stack up to everyone else.
Yeah, it's a dumb concept, but we can't remember how many times we whipped out Pee Monkey to waste some time at the movies or the airport. It's one of those ridiculously stupid yet amusing games. The fact that it's free only sweetens the deal.
The only downside? You cannot change the color of urine from kid friendly blue to reality yellow. Come on, developers! If you make a game about pee, you go hard or you go home. At least they programmed realistic splatter noises.
That issue aside, Pee Monkey Toilet Trainer is a fun app worth at least a few minutes of your time. Besides, free means you have nothing to lose.
What's Hot: Online leaderboard, sick premise, realistic pee noises, fun tilt controlled gameplay.
What's Not: Blue pee? What did the monkey drink?