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Silly/goofy/purposely bad games

Recommendations by MathBrush

These are games that are funny because they are ridiculous or completely absurd. This does not include games like Tex Bonaventure or Rogue of the Multiverse which have developed plot lines and long stretches of non absurdity.

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1. Pick Up The Phone Booth And Die, by Rob Noyes (1996)
Average member rating: (85 ratings)
MathBrush says:

PUTPBAD is pretty simple; if you pick up the phone booth, you die.

2. Pick Up the Phone Booth and Aisle, by David Dyte, Steve Bernard, Dan Shiovitz, Iain Merrick, Liza Daly, John Cater, Ola Sverre Bauge, J. Robinson Wheeler, Jon Blask, Dan Schmidt, Stephen Granade, Rob Noyes, and Emily Short (2001)
Average member rating: (85 ratings)
MathBrush says:

This parody/redo of the previous game incorporates the one-action-many-endings idea of aisle to give a variety of whimsical endings.

3. Scary House Amulet!, by Ricardo Dague (2002)
Average member rating: (8 ratings)
MathBrush says:

A parody of bad horror games that is actually well-developed, with good puzzles and even an intermittent combat RPG.

4. You are a Chef!, by Dan Shiovitz (2000)
Average member rating: (42 ratings)
MathBrush says:

Absurdist game where ingredients are falling from the sky for your recipe.

5. Slap That Fish
by Peter Nepstad
(2007)
Average member rating: (29 ratings)

MathBrush says:

This game has a slow start, but gets better and better. Defeat a sequence of a dozen fish who attack you in an alley. Avenge the fallen and defeat the fish! Has combat mechanics and allows you to try to optimize your score.

6. The Underoos that Ate New York, by G. Kevin Wilson (1994)
Average member rating: (23 ratings)
MathBrush says:

A short, funny game about clothing that comes to life and must be subdued to be worn.

7. Funeral for a Friend, by Porpentine (2011)
Average member rating: (5 ratings)
MathBrush says:

A long-forgotten early parser game by Porpentine. Bury your friend, who is .

8. Phlegm, by Jason Dyer (1996)
Average member rating: (5 ratings)
MathBrush says:

An old school bizarre adventure. Find four crayons, throw your animal sidekick around, investigate a moose religion.

9. Pogoman GO!
by Jack Welch and Ben Collins-Sussman
(2016)
Average member rating: (19 ratings)

MathBrush says:

A silly parody of pokemon go with a much bigger sillier story.


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