Video games come in many genres, from action packed first person shooters to thrilling survivor games. But some of them are just plain weird.
These are 8 of the weirdest video games ever released.
Check out the list below.
Goat Simulator is the latest in goat simulation technology, bringing next-gen goat simulation to you.
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The Stanley Parable
The Stanley Parable is an exploration of story, games, and choice.
Except the story doesn’t matter, it might not even be a game, and if you ever actually do have a choice, well let me know how you did it.
The Katamari (“Mass” or “Cluster”) series is a video game franchise developed and published by Namco.
The series puts players in control of a character called The Prince as he uses a ball called a katamari to roll up objects.
Surgeon Simulator is a darkly humorous over-the-top operation sim game where players become Nigel Burke, a would-be surgeon taking life into his own shaky hands, performing life-saving surgical manoeuvres on a passive patient.
Mister Mosquito takes place during the hot and humid days of summer. A lone mosquito is patrolling the Yamada household and takes every opportunity he can to feed on the Yamada clan.
Tired of itching, Mr. and Mrs. Yamada, and their teenage daughter Rena begin hatching plans to foil their mutual flying annoyance.
Who’s Your Daddy
Who’s Your Daddy is a casual 1 on 1 video game featuring a clueless father attempting to prevent his infant son from certain death.
You can play as the Daddy or as the Baby. The Daddy’s goal is to prevent the Baby from dying, while the Baby’s goal is to take his own life using whatever objects within the house he can get his little hands on.
The Parodius series is a series of horizontally scrolling shooters developed by Konami. The games are tongue-in-cheek parodies of Gradius. It also parodies many other Konami franchises, including Antarctic Adventure, Castlevania, Xexex, Axelay, Thunder Cross, Taisen Puzzle-Dama, Space Manbow, Ganbare Goemon, Lethal Enforcers, Tokimeki Memorial and TwinBee.
Seaman is a virtual pet video game for the Sega Dreamcast. As a new pet owner, the player is given the responsibility of caring for and learning about the enigmatic “Seaman” species – a fish with a human face –, using a replica of the discoverer’s laboratory. The player must figure everything out by themselves, such as appropriate care, with some guidance from the narrator Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Jean Paul Gasse.