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The 11 Weirdest Branded Video Games
By: Contently
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A couple weeks ago, Warby Parker, the trendy glasses startup, announced its first video game: Worbs.

Made in collaboration with gaming magazine Kill Screen, Worbs is a simple in-browser matching game good for helping you kill five minutes. It doesn’t make much much sense—what does matching circles have to do with glasses? Still, it was a relatively innocuous way to promote the Kill Screen-branded glasses Warby Parker had created.

It’s hard to say the same for these 11 games. Ever since the dawn of the video game industry, brands have developed so-called “advergames,” or games meant to promote a product. Not surprisingly, many of them have been bad. Even less surprisingly, almost all of them have been weird. Here are the 11 weirdest of all.

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This article was first published by Contently.com. A link to the original can be found at the bottom of the post. www.contently.com
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