The 10 Best Games to Play on Android When You’re Taking a Dump
My bathroom is like my own private arcade room. Whenever I'm seated comfortably on the toilet, no one is going to disturb me, so I can play anything I want on my smartphone. You probably do it, too—and your parents, kids, friends, colleagues, and boss—so don't be afraid to admit it.
However, what you don't realize is just how crucial the type of game you play is. You don't want a game that's too addictive, or you'll be playing until your legs go numb. And sitting too long on a toilet can actually cause hemorroids. Yes, really. Plus, if you're at work, you're not going to want everybody wondering where the hell you've been for the last half hour.
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When you're taking the Browns to the Super Bowl, you need something that isn't super complicated so you can easily start and stop it when the time is right. And you're just in luck, because I've got ten perfect poop-time games for your Android phone that are both fun and easy to quit. Just make sure you wash your hands after.
Current Flow is a simple game with a simple concept. Each level has a current that needs to reach another point, or multiple points as you progress through the game. It's your job to tap and rotate pieces that enable the current to... well, flow.
The objective of Little Alchemy is to combine elements to create new ones. You start with just four, so it's your job to get closer to the actual number of possible combinations, which is 550. It's definitely fun when you're pooping, but can get increasingly difficult and trickier as you progress along, so the developer also has a companion hint app to curb frustrations.
Not only is Two Dots entertaining, it's very visually appealing with its simple design. The game requires you to connect two or more dots of the same color in order to remove them from the grid. Each color requires a specific number to eliminate. It's an uncomplicated game, but it gets more difficult as you get into the higher levels. Overall, it's quick-to-play and offers tips and tricks as you get further along.
Tap to move from circle to circle, avoiding Minion-esque creatures as you collect all the coins you can. Test your skill as you switch between running within or outside the circles, transferring from one to another as you improve your high score. Each attempt will render a new, challenging obstacle packed.
Sometimes you come across a great game that's difficult to explain, and that's Transmission in a nutshell. The best way to put it is that you need to connect the circular transmitters to the square receivers. It becomes much more convoluted but it's a ton of fun to play, and you'll get the hang of it after two or three levels.
If you're a fan of the puzzle game 2048, then definitely try out Threes. Swipe to combine numbers and increase their totals. Two can be added to one, but after three, only duplicate numbers can be combined. Trust me, you can just pick this up and start playing immediately—it's nowhere near as confusing as I'm making it sound. The game also gives you a simple tutorial that is very helpful.
There isn't much to explain with Punch Quest. Your character sprints forward as you punch or viciously uppercut the oncoming assault from goblins, ghouls, or other creatures.
Who doesn't love trying to score a basket with a crumpled-up piece of paper? Instead of picking up your trash every time you miss, play Paper Toss and put your skills to the test while the office intern rolls past you with the basket. It's simple and all you need to do is flick the display with your finger.
Note that this app is the official, non-malicious version of Paper Toss.
Crossy Road is essentially a revamped and improved version of the classic Frogger game. Tap and swipe to get your character as far across the maps as you can, dodging the countless obstacles in your way. It's entertaining enough and you can unlock a plethora of additional characters for free.
It's only appropriate to leave a game called "Toilet Time" as the last one on this list. Designed specifically for bathroom breaks, Toilet Time is a medley of mini-games combined into one experience. You have four lives to begin with, and every failed mini-game will eliminate one.
Hopefully these games keep you entertained while you're dropping the kids off at the pool, but be sure to let us know some of your personal favorite games to play while you sit on the porcelain throne.