There’s a TV show on the Cartoon Network called Rick and Morty, now in its second season. If you haven’t seen it, get on it. It’s hilarious and bawdy and sometimes disconcertingly dark.
Once you’ve seen the show, or if you’ve seen it already, you’ll probably be saying to yourself: “Gee. I would like to experience more of Rick and Morty, in any way possible.” Well, good thing for you they rushed out a licensed adventure game giving you just that opportunity. It includes Rick, being just as cantankerous and insulting as you’d like, Morty, being… probably not as dumb as Rick thinks he is, and some other junk, being there just to give Rick and Morty something to do. Unsurprisingly, it’s called “Rick and Morty’s Rushed Licensed Adventure” and while that may be accurate the game is better than that title might suggest – entirely on the strength of its dialogue and appreciation of the characters with which you’re already familiar. Also it’s free, so what’s to complain about really?