Indie publisher Ripstone Games has unveiled Men's Room Mayhem, a toilet-management simulator for the PlayStation Vita.
Ripstone boss Phil Gaskell describes the game as a mix of mobile hit Flight Control and 1971 movie Carry On At Your Convenience!
"In Men’s Room Mayhem you’re hired as the janitor of your very own chaotic men’s room. You’re responsible for directing patrons, keeping everywhere sparkling clean and steering patrons away from trouble," said Gaskell.
The game will also award score bonuses for observing etiquette, such as leaving a one urinal space between people going about their business. Waves of restroom visitors will increase as the game progresses, making the game more difficult. Players will control the comings and goings of the toilets by using the Vita touchscreen.
Men's Room Mayhem is being published by Ripstone and developed by Sawfly Studios, an indie team made up of ex-Studio Liverpool staff. Ripstone has previously overseen the release of Big Sky: Infinity and Knytt Underground.
No release or price for Men's Room Mayhem was mentioned by Sony.