Cunking Spock: Typing Of The Dead’s Ultra-Profanity Pack

Because I am the most cheerless of cheerless gits, The Typing of the Dead: Overkill’s combination of endlessly mofoing grindhouse satire and straight repetition of what was a great joke ten years ago (i.e. typing as shooting) left me very cold and a little sad. Fun tunnel. Those who found the dual-gag and puerility overkill to be a reliable source of belly laughs have, however, been treated to a steady stream of word pack DLC, so far including Shakespeare, Football Manager and now one that finally coaxes a smile from my pursed lips – the profanity pack, aka Filth of the Dead. Pickled pork sword.

Hairy crevice. Furious penis. Walking talking sphincter. Consider my erection. Such a huge manatee.

While I might sound like a big fat hypocrite, given I moaned about how tedious the ratatatat f-bombs of the main game were, this pack actually tries to address that problem – going full-pelt for absurd, unpredictable innuendo. Creaming the trifle. And, er, very much not innuendo.

It does make me want to play again, I’ll admit. Spunk fountain. Not sure I can really stomach the thought of sitting through all that overwrought faux-grindhouse comedy again, though. Poo protest. But yeah, it’s tackling head-on the issue of TTODO living or dying on whether hearing the word ‘fuck’ 100 times a minute is funny to you, and I applaud that. Spanks-per-minute.

Filth of the Dead is out now via Steam, costing £1.99. It’s just a word pack, of course, but in this game words are the biggest of deals. Dripping wart goo.


  1. GernauMorat says:

    “Mustard pot”


  2. Sixtoe says:

    This is awesome, so much better than Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing for improving my 11 year olds keyboard skills.

    I also spat my dinner out over my keyboard at “Spunk fountain”

  3. SominiTheCommenter says:

    “Prehensile Phallus” is one of my favorites.

  4. Knurek says:

    I love it that there are valid Polish swears mixed in.
    We have the best swears in the world, even British developers agree. :P

  5. apa says:

    At least the ad matched the article for me: link to :)

    • Shadowcat says:

      The advert text got as far as “Once you’re inside your friend”, but then stopped making sense.

  6. AngelTear says:

    This article reminds me of South Park’s Le Petit Tourette

  7. almostDead says:

    Mexican stinkyballs!!

    This made me go watch Le Petite Tourette again.

  8. mrmalodor says:

    I shall consider it.

  9. Leb says:

    “Consider my Erection” is going to be my go to pick up line from now on
    link to

  10. Phoibos Delphi says:

    In Germany, holy Angela shields us from such profanity. And from the main game. At least, that is what I figure why it is not available here. I bet people are afraid of children acting out the atrocities of spelling under the influence of the game.

    • buedi says:

      The interesting thing here is, that normally you can buy such games via other retailers like GMG, Gamersgate etc… but whenever I´ve seen that game somewhere, they always tell me I´m not worthy enough to buy it.

      I don´t really care for this game though… I wished they made a remake of the original Typing of the Dead (or just keep it like it is and just support your local language Keyboard layout, which was a problem in the original one). It was very funny seing the people running around with a PC on their back and a Keyboard in front of them :-)

  11. strangeloup says:

    I’m not sure if you can only pick one set at once, but it would be some kind of beautiful to combine this with the Shakespeare DLC.

  12. Danda says:

    Can you turn on/off these DLCs in the options menu?