Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator for PC
PC - Windows

Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator

Oct 25, 2016
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About this game

Developer: Vile Monarch
Content Rating: Teen


A Hilarious Insult Simulator in which players must verbally take-out their friends and family in different game modes. Assemble witty insults using different word strings, and employ combos, criticals, continuations and more to battle your opponents both offline and online using crossplay.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP or Later
  • Processor: Intel from 1.2 GHz or equivilent AMD family
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible graphics card

Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
Nick MeekhamMay 29, 2017
A genuinely humorous if somewhat derivative romp, Oh...Sir!! is bolstered by its unique premise and presentation. It settles best into a role as a drunken party game - its single-player is fun for a few hours but is quickly hampered by limited options and an over-reliance on Monty Python references.
Joseph SaleOct 26, 2016
Oh…Sir! is very much what it says on the tin: short, sweet, fun and with just enough replayability to justify its existence. It is not countless hours of entertainment – you can certainly see the end of it – but it never bills itself as such and for its modest price there is really excellent value for money here. So many games attempt humour and wit and fall painfully short of the mark, but Oh…Sir! manages to be outrageously funny without trying too hard.
Bengt LemneNov 16, 2016
There's not a huge amount of stuff here to keep you engaged for an extended period. The vocabulary is limited, there aren't a great deal of arenas or characters, and you'll progress through each of the character tournaments in about 30 minutes or thereabouts. The lasting appeal is multiplayer, but even that is limited by the scope of the game. But if you consider the price of admission, a couple of quid, that's perfectly reasonable.


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