There aren’t many games out there that you likely don’t want anyone else to watch you play, but once in a while a true gem comes along and it keeps you playing four hours on end.
Fill The Pot may sound innocent thanks to its name, but its great sense of potty humor will keep you playing for hours on end.
Can you keep up and pee with utmost accuracy?
Concept and Gameplay
The first thing I thought of while testing Fill The Pot, from South Pacific Apps, was that it seems very similar to the carnival games that shoot water at small moving targets. The concept is pretty much the same.
One thing I really like about Fill The Pot is that the controls are very simple and easy to figure out. Fill The Pot uses your Android device’s accelerometer, requiring you to tilt your device left and right to aim. Tapping on the left or right side of the screen raises or lowers the stream.
It’s pretty hard to keep up with the pots because they randomly spawn all over the screen, but once you get the hang of the game after playing for awhile it’s much less stressful.
I did notice that there seems to be an auto aim feature that locks onto the pot when you’re close enough, which is definitely useful for filling the pot in time.
Fill The Pot includes a few basic features that help to enhance the gameplay experience. For example, the game includes Google Play Games integration so you can connect to your Google+ profile and earn achievements.
Players can also collect coins and spend them on new characters, each with their own unique advantage. Coins aren’t terrible hard to collect but it’ll definitely take a bit of play time.
One thing I do wish Fill The Pot featured was various difficulty modes that impacted gameplay. A three tiered system would challenge players even more and harder settings could include additional obstacles such as character wobble and environmental changes.
Fill The Pot is available to download from Google Play for free and is supported by noninvasive ads at the bottom of the main menu. Players have the option of removing them via in-app purchase, but I definitely don’t think that the ads are in the way.
Overall, Fill The Pot is a very unique game with a twisted sense of potty humor. Once you get past the pee factor, it’s actually a very fun game to play. I highly recommend giving Fill The Pot a try!
Fill The Pot requires Android 2.3+. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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