A Canadian writer teaches English and finds out what it's like to be a foreigner.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Dethroning Dongchimee

It's been more than six months since I left Korea, but a discovery too incredible not to share has drawn me out of retirement.

I stumbled across this game today and it blew my mind.

Move over Dongchimee. [EDIT: or maybe not...]

Assume the role of your average dung-chipping Korean hero— hands permanently clasped in the (not dissimilar) prayer and/or dung-chipping stance— whose goal is to dung-chip a disembodied, starry-thong-wearing flushed pink buttocks into oblivion. Naturally you have to dodge the perfectly formed dung piles that fall down towards you (complete with buh-je-jic sound effects).


This totemic dung-chip zealot will periodically fall from the top of the screen to "level-up" your dung-chipping finger shot from yellow to blue to red.

If you hold down your mouse, your dung-chip will power up in high octane anime fashion and your character will launch up the screen to deliver a true between-the-cheeks dung-chip to your diarrhetic adversary.

Like so:



Be careful because each dung hit to the face will stun your character temporarily and if your energy bar disappears...

...BUT! If you managed to dodge the dumps and dung-chip your score bar to the max then...

And in your victory screen it is revealed your opponent was none other than some poor mohawked slob who you dung-chipped till he wept.

Feels good to win...


1 comment:

riley said...


Sometimes I think... but then no, I am glad that as a culture on the whole we don't really share their poo sentiments.

Hope Canadian life is grand for you (too), Sam.