Phantom Farter

Player Rating1.35/8

"Too few ratings to be ranked"
based on 16 ratings since
played times (finished )

Story Difficulty2/8

"walk in the park"

Play Length2/8

"So short yo' momma thought it was a recipe"

Maturity Level7/8

"anything goes"
Some material may be inappropriate for persons under age 18. If this were a movie, it would probably be R.


A silly story game about the "Phantom Farter". A man that mysteriously farts on porches and then vanishes. Find out who this man is and why he farts leaving a hanus scent behind only to vanish in mystery.

Player Comments

3/4, would've been a 4 but 3 deadlinks C'mon man.
First of all, there is a saying called knowing your audience. Xbox's and Area 51 is not going to cut it here, and this site has been a thing since 2003 do you think any of these people give a single crap about what you're writing. They don't, so don't write about it. All I'm saying is that nobody in the CYOA community gives a crap about Area 51 and Xbox; this story was way too modern.

II found it very funny in a random sense like the apprentice king. Very random story game with talking cats and shit, I thought the way it was formatted was funny, BUUUT the game isn't even finished yet there's like four dead link pages if you're going to publish a game at least have it all the way completed, especially a story thats under 20K.

The grammar was on point, besides a few spelling errors. Overall I would have liked the game more if there was more to it and if it was actually FINISHED.
-- Davefaster on 10/21/2019 12:37:45 PM with a score of 0
On replays I found a lot more spelling errors, capitalization errors, broken links, and End scenes that didn't actually end the game.

While there are some moments of clever comedy (The side quest of trying to get the cat to a birth spa, for example) they are undermined by sections that are boring, too absurd to follow, or contradictory (e.g. calling the pregnant kitty a male, then a her.)

-- Camelon on 10/17/2019 6:31:09 PM with a score of 0
This is a surreal comedy which is decently written. There are a few typos, spelling errors, dialogue attribution errors, and tense shifts that are noticeable, but not enough to impede the story.

I'm not sure I especially liked the story itself - it's hard to get attached to a random guy chasing down a farting idiot. But there were some amusing elements, like the random army sparrow. Really, if I imagined it all as someone's dream sequence after eating burritos, the bizarre made sense.

Some of the metaphors and imagery seemed a little odd (e.g. sweating mountain dew) but it was original, so that's something. There was one broken link near the end (I think the spit on him one, which was unfortunate since that was pretty much the main character's whole goal.)
-- Camelon on 10/17/2019 6:25:35 PM with a score of 0
There was a lot going on here. I am not sure what you were even going for with all of these elements. Talking animals, fart bombs, army sparrows? I was utterly confused when “the neighborhood pregnant cat” starting talking, but at least break different dialogues into different paragraphs. You should also consider what kind of story it is going to be—because this was all over the place. It was sort of like an old cartoon: the main character just pulled random things like a taser out of his pocket.
The descriptions were odd. Things that seemed unimportant were described in detail, things I wanted to know everything about were barely mentioned. Also the point of analogies is to make someone get a clear picture with a comparison. If I tell you it tastes like chicken know what that means; the same can be said about something that tastes like chicken poop. If I say something tastes like ripe fiction berries it is a useless analogy because that has no meaning to the reader. All of your analogies were like this—rather than paint a picture they confused me further.
As a comedy it was decent, but it very jarring.
Also was this setting in a world we should know? Like based on a show? It felt like the author assumed the reader knew everything about the setting and characters. I don’t know it just didn’t process with me the way I feel like it was supposed to.
-- Shadowdrake27 on 10/17/2019 5:13:23 PM with a score of 0
This game took seven years to make.
-- Gower on 10/17/2019 4:54:01 PM with a score of 0
-- simplesabley on 10/17/2019 4:53:20 PM with a score of 0
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