Psycho Bathroom – A Dark Comedic Game Where You’re a Toothbrush Fighting Toilet Plumes (Steam PC)
“Somehow, this free (?!) game about a toothbrush fighting off poo to protect its owner from viruses ended up being one of the most emotionally satisfying games I’ve ever played.” (link)
-Winston Tang (Creative Director at Samurai Punk)
“If you like a Cuphead intensity swirled in with toilet humor that’s more germaphobe than straight up disgusting. If you love an unexpected turn of events that will get you going emotionally… And lose it psychologically, then hold onto your seat for that’s the shi* right there~” (link)
– DaRevieweD (Steam Curator)
“PB is an entertaining and very well put together game. I enjoyed the mechanics of this fighter and the story is one I believe should be heard.” (link)
– The Paladin Club (Steam Curator)
“Psycho Bathroom is a game that introduces emotional topics, like feelings of being an outsider, but cleverly veils that behind bathroom humor.” (link)
– Video Game Reviewer Extraordinaire
“A sentient toothbrush fighting against poop-based monsters to save the hygiene of his master, in a bizarre and addictive 2D action boss-rush with VN elements and quotes from scientific journals.” (link)
– Crazy Bloody Action Games (Steam Curator)
“I love the story so far it’s cute but also really tragic and relatable”
– Mayshing (Founder of Altabe Studio)
“Worthwhile lessons about bathroom hygiene form the backbone of this fun, toilet-themed boss rush game with a surprisingly sweet story. Satisfying combat, good variety and challenge await.” (link)
– indie recommendations (Steam Curator)
“It is fast, fluid and addictive; it is all made better by the fact that the game is free. Not free-to-play; free for life, like there are no extra costs, which surprised me because combat is robust.” (link)
– Syndicate Y (Gaming media site)
“I had a blast with it. The story resonates with what’s going on.” (link)
– Lizardjam (Indie Game Content Creator)
“My only complaint? Needs to be longer! Should not be free.” (link)
– CSH Picone (Steam Curator)
A Dark Comedic Action Game Where You’re A Toothbrush Fighting Toilet Plumes
Psycho Bathroom is a boss rush game with a dark comedic storyline about outcasts, hopes and friendships.
In the bathroom you reside in, your toilet lid is broken. Every toilet flush is splashing aerosols all over the place. You, as a toothbrush, must eradicate the threat and protect your master. Along the way, you’ll upgrade your gear, meet new buddies and learn the absurd world through your master’s story.
Core Game Loop
You begin the day with a battle with toilet filth. After that, you chat with your master during the toothbrushing session. Your conversation with your master will sometimes be affected by the performance of your fight. Each day you will learn a bit about your master’s life and the absurd world he lives in. He will then leave for work and split his earnings with you at the end of the day. How much he earns depends on how clean you are (you are a toothbrush, remember?). You get to spend your money on stuff or save it for later.
Toothpaste is your sword, and mouthwash is your holy water.
Slash the filthy enemies in their faces, attack them from below, hit and bounce on their heads (homage to Hollow Knight!) Perform combo streaks to activate your mouthwash for critical hits and speed buff.
Unlock New Skills, Buy Gear and Upgrades
Win the battle and keep your master clean. In return, your healthy master will work hard and split his earnings with you. Buy equipment, upgrade and unlock new abilities. If you want, get a new toilet lid to stop the filth from coming out once and for all (so they say).
Friends With Unique Abilities
Along the way, you will meet new friends who will assist you in your battles. Put their unique abilities to good use!
A Black Comedy About Outcasts, Hopes and Friendships
Chat heart to heart with your master during the tooth-brushing session after every battle. Explore his bitter-sweet story – well, sweet only if you can beat the game. Otherwise, it’d just be a bitter story.
There’re 12 unique bosses. Every time you’ve beaten all of them, they will make a comeback. They will get stronger and probably with evolving move-sets. Your previous tactics may no longer work.
How Long To Beat
It takes around 1.5 hours to see the ending of the story. But the real fun starts after you’ve beaten the game!