11 Games for Rick and Morty Fans

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  1. Rick and Morty: Mr. Meeseeks' Box o' Fun
    Yahtzee meets Truth or Dare meets Uno. Based on the infamous (aren't they all?) episode, "Meeseeks' and Destroy".
  2. Rick and Morty: Total Rickall
    A hidden role game. It's like Werewolf, but way more messed up. Also based on an episode of the same name.
  3. Rick and Morty: Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind Deck-Building Game
    Still in development.
  4. Rick and Morty: Anatomy Park
    Still in development.
  5. Mad Science Foundation
    If Rick did get any science education, he would have been here. Mad scientists race to build impossible inventions with the four building blocks of science: Dark Matter, Lazers, Cryptomium, and Sharks.
  6. Nefarious: The Mad Scientist Game
    Spy, invent, research, and steal your way to the top of the mad science pecking order. This sort of drama would normally be beneath Rick's notice, but the twist cards, which change the rules from game to game, would keep Rick interested for at least an hour.
  7. Moonquake Escape
    At some point or another, Rick has had to bust out of space prison.
  8. Lift Off!
    At some point or another, Rick has also caused the destruction of an entire planet and forced the population to evacuate.
  9. Paradox
    Maybe there's no time travel episode because Rick already screwed up every other timeline. Also, don't the ones at the top look... familiar?
  10. Portal: The Uncooperative Cake Acquisition Game
    GLADOS would probably sympathize with Rick's philosophy of pursuing science at all costs. They probably would have dated.
  11. Cosmic Encounter
    If there was ever a simulation of how politics and war work in the Rick-and-Morty-verse, it would be Cosmic Encounter.