In late April, we took a look at Prose With Bros [$1.99 / Free] and were totally impressed by the incredibly unique idea behind the game. Evil Laugh Games successfully turned magnetic poetry into an asynchronous online multiplayer game, complete with players judging the best phrases put together by players.

Unfortunately, or fortunately, depending on which side of the fence you're on, the game quickly turned into non-stop sexual euphemisms. Initially, they were amusing, but quickly grew fairly tiring for me as everyone I played with seemed to attempt to string together nonsensical nastiness. Will an injection of 300 new words to the game solve this problem? It's hard to say, but it seems worth updating regardless.

And hey, if weird sexual euphemisms with anonymous strangers on the Internet is your cup of tea, you just got 300 new pieces of innuendo ammo!

  • QuickWit

    This is one of my favorite games.  But, yes, it's not a lot of fun to judge all of constant onslaught of people trying to find ways to make it sound like a Penthouse forum entry.  I mostly play with my family, but if anyone wants to challenge "QuickWit", I'd love to hear from you.

    • Myster

      Very much agreed. It was mildly fun at first but has since been deleted off my phone. 300 new words in this game simply means more new ways to creatively talk about wieners.

      • bones boy

        Agree with you. I like innuendo as much as everyone else but 90% of the prose was unoriginal innuendo.