It’s probably impossible to not know the name PewDiePie. That said, it’s entirely understandable to be unfamiliar with his undertakings outside of YouTube. One of them happens to be a mobile game called Poopdie. And if the name isn’t enough to give you an idea of what the game is about, it’s also been rejected by Apple to be featured on its App Store. The reason? “Crude imagery”.
Poopdie is developed by Bulbware, and seems to have been announced in early 2018. It features a worm that creates minions out of its own bodily waste, that helps it fight against enemies and destroy obstacles. That alone should explain why Apple thinks it’s too crude for its Apple Store.
Oddly enough, Poopdie is listed as for ages 12 and up. While it does have the cartoony art style, all the references to bottoms, farts and excrement makes Apple’s decision kind of obvious. So it begs the question, is it even possible for Bulbware make this game, err, clean enough for the App Store? Will they even bother to try?
At any rate, this effectively makes Poopdie an Android exclusive. If this is something that interests you, then you can download it from the Google Play Store.