The Toilet Terrors of Death Flush

With Halloween just around the corner and the scariest season of the year  slowly settling in (of the century if you factor in Ol’ Covid), Death Flush appears on the horror game genre scene like a odorous apparition that you know you should run from, but somehow are compelled to enter its humid embrace for a closer inspection. Yes, it’s Death Flush, a frightening study in anxiety, the human condition and the horrors of going to the bathroom. I mean, when the splash screen of the game is a bloody skeletal finger beckoning you from an equally bloody toilet, you know this is going to be good.

In Death Flush, you play Ronnie, a regular guy with a regular fear of peeing alone. The scene opens up with Ronnie trying to enjoy a little Netflix and Chill evening with his girlfriend, but Ronnie’s a little distracted and edgy.  You see, Ronnie needs to pee and peeing alone is Ronnie’s biggest fear. His girlfriend, ever supportive, offers to come with to keep him company but Ronnie is determined to beat his pee-phobia and is resolute in doing so alone like the man that he is.  And so is begins as you point and click Ronnie through his mission to pee alone and get back to the aforementioned Netflixing and Chilling.

As you might have guessed by the title Death Flush, things don’t as smoothly as Ronnie had hoped as no sooner as you’ve managed to pee, you become trapped in the bathroom. Can you escape? Can your girlfriend save you? What happens next?

We won’t say anymore so we’ll let you lift the lid on Death Flush and experience these toilet terrors for yourself.  Suffice to say that Death Flush will indeed scare the crap out of you.

Check out the Official Death Flush trailer:

Developer: ImposterSyndrome
Publisher: ImposterSyndrome
Death Flush is available on for Windows

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