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Rathr - A disturbing little game
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||1.4||April 07, 2015||4.25|
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Version 1.4 released on April 07, 2015
- So there was this bug, right? And I fixed it. So... yeah. Go nuts.
Version 1.3 released on March 24, 2015
- Fixed a nasty bug that was worse than the flu - Let you know which disturbing expansion packs you've already purchased
Version 1.2 released on March 12, 2015
- Squished a few bugs and watched them die
Version 1.1 released on March 03, 2015
- Added score to reveal how disturbed you really are - Added shares to warn the world how disturbed you really are - Added more disturbing questions for your sick pleasure
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Would you rathr have an alien claw out of your bumhole or have a handful of syringes thrown at your face? Would you rathr have 2 horny centipedes live in your pube nest or drink a cup of live maggots? Rathr is a hilariously filthy game to test yourself on just how disturbed you are. It’s a twist on the classic “Would you rather” game but with cringe-worthy adult-themed choices, many inspired by the deliciously despicable game Cards Against Humanity. Gag through the questions and discover just how sick you really are while seeing how you stack up with other disturbed people.
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