There's a new video game comedy show coming from Seth Rogen. I don't know about you, but that whole sentence has filled me with a sort of awful dread. It's creeping up my chest, and I feel like it's about strangle me.
Anyway, it'll probably pass. So while I'm shivering on the floor wondering where the whole world has gone wrong, I thought I'd take the time to think up some of the funniest games on the App Store.
Because I don't know, someone had to, and since it's pretty late and everyone else is probably out having a lovely time with people who they like and who like them, it may as well be me. Sigh. Here goes. Fun times.
All of Monkey Island
Basically if you're looking for a funny game then this is the one to go for. Also it's not just one game, it's a whole bunch of them. It's sort of a bit sad that it's so old and still keeps the crown for being the funniest.
Pirates, sword fights, insults, grog, these games have all of those things. So start from the beginning, work your way through, and laugh away all the sadness that has been clogging up your emotion glands.
What's not to like about a game that involves shooting bean curd? I literally don't know. And it's pretty much my job to know things like that. I get paid for it and everything. No, I don't know either.
Anyway, this one's a simple giggle rather than a spectacular gag fest. But you are going to have a good laugh all the way throughout, and really that's all that this list is about.
Plug and Play
What is this? What is even going on? Why is that happening? I am so confused. These are just a few things you're going to say when you're playing Plug and Play. I say playing, but I don't actually mean that.
This is probably one of the weirdest experiences you're ever going to have on mobile. And when it's finished you'll scratch your head, stare out a window, and then go have a lay down. But during it you'll definitely do a load of weird laughs.
The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle
Like, how could a game with a name like that be anything less than hilarious? It's very much from the same school as Monkey Island, and that's very much no bad thing. Bear in mind there are less pirates though.
This one's a murder mystery set in Victorian England that's full of quirky characters and weird locations. And giggles, loads and loads of giggles. Also, Fiddle. Hehehehe.