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The 25 Weirdest Video Games Ever Made

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21. Rhythm Heaven Fever

The brainchild of Japanese game developer Yoshio Sakamoto, Rhythm Heaven Fever was a music game released in 2011 on the Nintendo Wii. It’s a strange game that concentrates Sakamoto’s addictive style of gameplay. The goals are basic—press certain buttons in time to the music while the screen displays different tasks that range from flopping around like a seal or a well-known luchador. Rhythm Heaven Fever isn’t just bizarre, it’s enchanting and delightful.

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