DescriptionJohn is a plumber who is looking for love. He's looking in the house of the blonde Jane who has daddy issues. He's always been pretty successful before. And this situation looks to be one where John will be able to lay some pipe and unclog some stuffed passages.
Plumbers Don't Wear Ties is an "interactive story" dating simulation. After a video introduction, Players are treated to photographs of various people and places while characters voice act the situation. At times, John will be able to make a choice of his next action, from a list of choices at key locations in the plot. If John is successful, he'll move into an amorous relationship with Jane. If not, the two will be pulled apart.
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|Is this a game?||Chris Jeremic (151)|
|One of the Worst Games Ever||ETJB (447)|
|A Slide Show||H.M. (7)|
|All Game Guide||1998||20|
|Defunct Games||Jun 17, 2006||15 out of 100||15|
|Retro Game Reviews||Apr 27, 2015||10|
|Video Games & Computer Entertainment||Feb, 1995||1 out of 10||10|
|neXGam||Oct 10, 2013||0.7 out of 10||7|
|Digital Press - Classic Video Games||Apr 05, 2004||0 out of 10||0|
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|PC version found!||2||Sciere (430434)
Apr 10, 2017
FMVDespite being advertised as a full motion video game the game is only still pictures.
NudityA secret code allowed the player to see some nudity (John's butt and Jane's side boob) during the shower sequences. Without the code, these parts of the body are covered with on-screen censorship icons. The PC version is uncensored by default.
PC versionA PC version was reviewed by some magazines, including PC Gamer UK (3%), but it never surfaced. In 2017 the YouTube user psychoticgiraffe found a copy of the Windows 3.1 version in a library (Indiana) and released it online. It has the copyright year 1993, higher audio quality and does not include the video introduction by Jane.
- PC Gamer
- May 2007 - #1 in the "Must NOT Buy" list
Related Web Sites
- Crapshoot (A humorous text on PC Gamer which talks about weird aspects of some games; including this one.)
- Video review of the game (WARNING: Language) (The Angry Video Game Nerd, James Rolfe, reviews Plumbers Don't Wear Ties.)