Date A Bunch Of Lovecraftian Monstrosities
A Japanese indie game company called Nostalgia makes interactive visual novels. As their name suggests, they try to tap into fond memories of your childhood, like that time at summer camp when those beetle monsters stuck your penis in their hypopharynx.
In 2013, Nostalgia released a game seemingly based around the question, "Come on, how weird could Japan honestly be?" It puts the player in a world in which they're the only human, while everyone else is a monster-faced horror. On the upside, they have compatible genitals. So let's get after those.
In one episode (yes this is a series), you are woken up by your friend, a cricket monster whose body says "sex," but whose face says "liquefy and devour organs."
"Excuse me, my compound eyes are up here."
At school, you meet a friend who looks like an elbow had sex with a cow skull. And in this world, there's a really good chance that's what happened.
"My dad was a cow skull, but I identify more with elbow culture."
The art team at Nostalgia isn't just lazily adding animal heads to human bodies like a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle character designer. When you meet your teacher, you realize that these monsters come from a place of unique lunacy. Your classroom is being run by an eyeless, vagina-beehive with teeth.
"The music for the rest of this game will be the sound of your own screams."