Per a discussion of the earliest toilets in video games, it was claimed that the 1995 game Albion had two types in it: Human ones and giant ones for the cat-people. However, the website doesn't have illustrations of this. Does anyone have a second source for this, preferably with illustrations of each type?

  • We're not really a place to ask for sourcing things from the internet. Those count as recommendations, and gather link only answers, which we really don't like.
    – Frank
    Commented Sep 19, 2017 at 18:52
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    We ARE a source from the internet. It seems likely for example that one of our users still owns a copy of the game and can collect screen captures. Do not see how it could be considered a recommendation question...
    – GnomeSlice
    Commented Sep 19, 2017 at 19:08
  • @cazc_941 He's literally asking us to find a picture that meets his criteria! That's either a) a service request, and off-topic, or b) a request for us to find something, somewhere in the internet, that meets his criteria, which is also off-topic. Which one it is doesn't matter; it doesn't belong.
    – Frank
    Commented Sep 19, 2017 at 21:00

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The following is a human toilet, and looks fairly conventional:


The giant one you're talking about is likely the following:

plant toilet

Source: Albion Wiki.

It's described by the following:

Giant plant toilets process fecal material rapidly and almost without odor. They only need to be watched that they don't grow too large.

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