5 Of The Best Twisted But Funniest Games Ever

Video gamer since childhood (1980’s), my first gaming system was the classic NES and since then I’ve played a variety of games. These games include Battletoads , Super Mario Bros, Sonic, Mega Man, first person shooters, role playing games, online games like Adventure Quest and many other popular games. Of course I’ve played a lot of Twist games and some of them are surprisingly fun, humorous and sometimes popular. In this article we will talk about at least 5 of them.

Game #1 – Become a “thug” in the Grand Theft Auto series

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be involved in organized crime (e.g. a gang) while living as a gangster without actually being a criminal? In the Grand Theft Auto series (the latest installment, The Ballad of Gay Tony), it does just that. GTA Universe is a popular role-playing game, usually set in New York City (aka Liberty City; some games have other cities such as Miami in Vice City and Los Angeles in San Andreas). Nikko from GTA 4) and missions for various crime bosses around the city. Some quests involve more minor crimes, such as B. theft of a valuable car coveted by a certain crime boss, while others involve the murder of people outside of your criminal organization, such as. B. criminals include. For example, in GTA San Andreas, Carl Johnson joins the Grove Street gang and wages a gang war against rival gangs like the Ballas. There is a corrupt government agent named Mike Torreno . Many new games have many side missions that you can complete, like graffiti some buildings in San Andreas, have multiple girlfriends (for example CJ can have up to 6 girlfriends) and do smuggling missions. there’s hauling cargo from the wasteland to Las Venturas while dodging the police in San Andreas). Of course if you want to play more for fun you can steal cars, pull some triggers, get the stars you want, drive the local cops crazy and run amok in a game where you can drive like a madman. Around town trying to kill your husband. By the way, you never have to worry about breaking or wasting in the game. Her husband just respawns at the nearest hospital or police station and rampages again (do not really try, by the way, this aspect is of course very unrealistic). Similar games: Saints Row, Gun and Bully

Here are some interesting things you can do in the GTA universe, but not in real life.

  • Your main mode of transport is cars, which you steal from unsuspecting people, and you can usually escape unless there are cops around (the cops will try to arrest you if they see you stealing a car).
  • The police will simply arrest you, take some of your guns and money to Brygge, and then set you free for even the most heinous crimes (e.g. rampage). And if released, they can commit more crimes with the same consequences. Imagine doing this in real life. You hera will go to prison for a very long time for similar crimes committed in real life.
  • If your husband dies, simply respawn at a nearby hospital.
  • In GTA San Andreas you can have up to 6 girlfriends at the same time without worrying about getting jealous. Trying to have multiple girlfriends in real life is quite risky because they get jealous (at least from a man’s point of view, of course). Even the smallest form of infidelity (like cheating) can have devastating effects on a relationship. Such was the case with Scott towards the end of the third season of the reality TV series Keeping Up with the Kardashians , when Kourtney found out that Scott was cheating on her (fortunately, the two were in season 4).
  • And there are many other weird things that you wouldn’t expect to come out of real life.

Fight with all your might in the Kombat series.

If there’s a game that’s modeled after the infamous gladiatorial combats of ancient Rome (where people fight each other to the death), it’s probably the Mortal Kombat series. At first glance, Mortal Kombat follows similar fighting games to Street Fighter 2, in which two opponents fight each other in three-round matches, with the opponent winning at least two of the three rounds. Usually, the losers just drop out of the losing bracket and the winners move up to the next tier. However, the Mortal Kombat series has a whole new twist on combat. The winner of each game has the opportunity to finish off their opponent with a special finisher move called a Fatality. If you’ve ever played Mortal Kombat game , you know that when you defeat an opponent in the final round of a game, the announcer ( probably Shao Kahn in most games ) says, “Kill him!” (or her if the opponent is a female character). When this happens you have about 5 seconds (some games have cheat codes that disable the critical strike timer if you want extra time) and you can finish off your opponent by pressing specific key combinations in the right order. And at the right distance within the timeframe (exact move depends on the fighter. Pulling a death (or similar move like Animality, Friendship, etc.) can be tricky at first, but if done right, it usually plays one special tune , darkens the screen, the character performs special moves that basically end opponents (throws a fireball at a defeated enemy, Sonya kisses the enemy and immediately burns them. I’m curious about all the moves), but you get the picture. By the way, if you don’t want death, you can always do a friendly move (where your character “befriends” an enemy), vavality (where an opponent turns into a child), or just stun him. opponent with an uppercut. Despite the obviously dark nature of the Mortal Kombat saga, the game was quite popular as the series had many sequels (my favorite is probably Mortal Kombat . Trillogy ), produced several films (the last being Mortal Kombat Armageddon) and released a short-lived Comic series and soundtrack. Of course, since this game definitely features a deathmatch (similar to MTV’s Celebrity Deathmatch), I wouldn’t recommend it for younger viewers or those who are easily offended. Similar games: Killer Instinct

Game #3 – Play “God” Sims 2 (and most other games in the series)

I don’t mean to sound blasphemous (I’m a Christian), but have you ever wondered what it’s like to play God for a day? It might sound ironic, but in SIMs 2 (and games like it), you pretty much will. The Sims 2 is an open-end game for PC (there is also a console version like Play Station 2) in which you build a virtual house and raise a simulated family (consisting of mother and father) in a virtual community. , children, etc.) will help you play. Sim families work much like regular families, at least here in the US. They work, they have feelings, they go to school (if they are sim kids), they do chores, they meet other sims , they have relationships, they sleep, they relax, they watch TV, they build a job or a career, and sometimes they have a dog. I also have a cat (at least in Sims 2 Pets). You can just watch them go through life and make their own decisions, or you can step in and give them something to do. For example, if you have to go to bed by a certain time in order to get to work or school on time, and they tell you that they watch TV, you can get them to go to bed, and they usually do. There may be people your Sim wants to meet or interact with. You can have your characters start conversations with other people (conversation options are also included so you can choose how they interact with each other). Or you need to help your Sim stay motivated. Of course, as the “god” in their world, you can also resemble Satan, abuse your power, and ruin your Sims’ lives. Here’s a breakdown of the fun and weird things you can do for your Sims .

  • Make your Sims jerk off to other Sims. Whenever your Sim starts a conversation with another Sim, dialogue options open up that can make your husband or wife friendly, but can also make them say and do mean things (e.g. insulting others). ). , hit others, lie, gossip about other Sims, or even pick fights). By the way , be careful not to cause family quarrels. Some Sims move out when other Sims abuse them too much.
  • Sit back and do nothing. Typically, your Sims make bad decisions and suffer the consequences (for example, if you miss work too often, you’ll get fired).
  • Allowing kids to get bad grades in school (usually caused by skipping the school bus) The only downside to this is that if their grades get too bad, they can be sent to military school.
  • Kill the Sim . One way to achieve this is to simply starve him/her to death. Of course, there are many other ways for a Sim to die (e.g. electrocuted, drowning in a pool, being scared to death by a ghost, etc.). Note that when your Sim dies, they can come back as a ghost and haunt the Sim family. ). By the way, one fun thing you can do in the PS2 version of The Sims 2 is that you can actually control ghosts. This can be a lot of fun as you can scare other Sims, possess them and even make them behave erratically (e.g. throw up).
  • Have your Sim (s) abducted by aliens. It is usually caused by looking through a telescope too often at night. By the way, SIMs 2 for PC actually has a cheat I found a while ago that abducts sims at will and not randomly and even has my entire family abducted by aliens.
  • If you’re a control freak, you can also disable free will (usually on by default) and bend to your will. This can come in handy when dealing with stubborn Sims who wo n’t listen to you when you give them what they need to do (no matter how stupid).

The list goes on, but as you can see, Sims 2 can be quite twisted when you think about it, but it’s been hugely popular, especially with younger viewers, and spawned many sequels (including Sims 3) and YouTube videos. Console versions of games tend to be slightly different from PC versions. In a desert city teeming with paranormal events, embark on a quest to prevent an evil genius hera from taking over the city and escape a city haunted by ghosts and aliens.

Game 4 – Play as an alien invader in Destroy All Humans!

Alien games have probably been quite popular since the Atari days (e.g. Space Invaders) and have evolved quite a bit since then. There are many games and movies in this genre, including popular titles like Space Invaders, The Simpsons Game (Kang and Kronos launch an alien invasion mid-game), Independence Day, and The Star. Wars and the Star Trek saga (of course not all alien races in Star Wars or Star Trek are hostile), Aliens vs. Predator, the Contra series, even the Halo series (enemy alien races wiped out all of humanity ). Normally you fight aliens, but in Destroy All Humans you actually become an alien and control an alien named Crypto who is part of Furon. Empire, an alien race that for some strange reason wants a human brain. The game is quite large and includes many missions, starting with Crypto crash-landing on farmland terrorizing both cattle and farmers, and later Crypto launching a full-scale invasion of towns and cities. And yes, you play as a villain in this game because your mission is to conquer Earth (specifically North America, where the game revolves around the United States). In addition to terrorizing civilians, it can take human form and blend into crowds (which can be useful for example for infiltration missions), confront government agents (e.g. “Men in Black”), and use humans for mind control. can. , let them do what you want, destroying villages with flying saucers and dealing with huge bosses trying to stop you from invading (which of course is normal when you control a hostile alien race out to invade a to destroy planetary world) . Despite the twisted nature of this game, it can be quite humorous to watch Crypto rampage, inciting hysteria among citizens, bullying cattle, smashing buildings with tiles, and battling government agents trying to stop Crypto. Similar games: Alien Homid and Overlord

Game 5 – Conker’s Bad Fur Day (aka Conker’s Live and Reloaded if you played the Xbox version)

Platform games have probably been popular since Mario Bros debuted in the 1980s and have spawned many popular titles in the genre, with hit titles such as Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog, Kirby, Castlevania , Crash Bandacoot and the Mega Man series. , as well as SIMpsons games. Most of these games have similar themes. Play through different levels on different terrains, face off against evil villains and his/her friends (e.g. Dr. Robotnik from the Sonic the Hedgehog series) and numerous huge bosses (usually entourage and close allies of the evil genius, not final ones). showdowns). 1) Save the day (e.g. save Princes Peach from Bowser in Super Mario Bros.). Most of these games are obviously aimed at a younger audience (with the exception of a few games, like the newer Castlevania games, where some newer titles like “Curse of Darkness” have been rated “M”). With games like Mario Bros and Sonic, kids usually play these games more than adults. Anyway, another platform game I’ve played is pretty twisted when you think about it. ” Conker’s Bad Fur Day” (I played the Xbox version). Conker’s Bad Fur Day looks like a typical 3D platformer (Super Mario 64 style), with a storyline, boss fights, an evil genius to defeat (e.g. the Panther King), and colorful levels that it has to be played through. However, if you’ve checked the game’s rating, you’ll likely see an “M” rating. Because Conker’s Bad Fur Day is a platformer game aimed at an older audience. Here are a few features of this game that you usually don’t find in most other games of this genre.

  • Most characters swear (some versions censor swearing with a beep when swearing).
  • There are rough levels in the game. For example, one area of the game has a poop level surrounded by poop, and one of the bosses fighting in that area is literally a giant hunk of poop (his voice actually reminds me of Christopher Lee’s, with a strong British accent, actually Chris). It was voiced by another person named Marlow.
  • There are sensational scenes in the game. For example, in one level you have to help a bee “pollinate” a female sunflower plant. Also, Conker has a girlfriend named Berrie , who is kidnapped by the Panther King.
  • There is a grim reaper in the game who for some reason wants to kill the cat (even his voice is pretty funny).
  • Alcoholism plays an important role in this game. At the start of the game, Conker suffers from a bad hangover from a beer night before the story officially begins. Alcohol is also a power-up that allows Conker to get drunk and urinate on in-game enemies.

There are many other adult themes in this game (I won’t list them all) but you will understand the images. This crazy game might offend some people (if you are a kid for example, this is definitely not a game you want to play with your parents around) and it will make others laugh.

Well, these are some of the most twisted, yet incredibly fun, and sometimes popular, Pharaoh games I’ve seen in my gaming career.