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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Parody, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
98% 8,474 votes
97% 3,023 votes
96% 2,312 votes
94% 3,529 votes
94% 2,414 votes
96% 697 votes
94% 858 votes
94% 304 votes
88% 6,244 votes
91% 643 votes
87% 3,790 votes
89% 1,116 votes
94% 130 votes
94% 109 votes
95% 91 votes
86% 4,042 votes
85% 4,653 votes
86% 494 votes
83% 5,788 votes
100% 19 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Parody is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Parody, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Funny 61%
  2. Comedy 53%
  3. Casual 49%
  4. Singleplayer 45%
  5. 2D 45%
  6. Action 44%
  7. Adventure 39%
  8. Indie 37%
  9. Colorful 26%
  10. 3D 26%
  11. Memes 25%
  12. Simulation 25%
  13. Pixel Graphics 24%
  14. Arcade 23%
  15. Cute 23%
  16. Cartoony 21%
  17. Story Rich 20%
  18. Satire 19%
  19. Dark Humor 18%
  20. RPG 18%
  21. Retro 17%
  22. Fantasy 16%
  23. Puzzle 16%
  24. Anime 15%

The Parody tag refers to a genre of games that satirize, poke fun at, or exaggerate elements of other games, genres, pop culture references, or real-world events. Parody games often employ humor and wit to provide a playful and comedic take on their subject matter.

In parody games, developers use clever and often humorous elements to mimic or imitate various aspects of the target they are parodying. This can include gameplay mechanics, visual style, character design, storylines and narratives. Parody games are known for their tongue-in-cheek approach and frequently blur the lines between serious gameplay mechanics and comedic elements.

While parody can be found in many different genres of games such as RPGs or platformers, some titles specifically embrace the parody genre as their central focus. These include:

  • Epic Battle Fantasy 5 Developed by Matt Roszak; this role-playing game parodies traditional RPGs by playfully subverting genre conventions through humorous characters and dialogue. It also includes nods and references to well-known franchises within the RPG genre.
  • The Looker This indie puzzle game lovingly parodies The Witness, a critically acclaimed puzzle adventure game. The Looker imitates the visual style of The Witness while introducing intentionally unconventional puzzles that subvert player expectations for comedic effect.
  • Saints Row IV Developed by Volition; this action-adventure game is known for its over-the-top parody of open-world crime games like Grand Theft Auto. It playfully exaggerates common tropes within the genre by presenting an outrageous story filled with outlandish weapons, superhuman abilities, and humorous missions.

The purpose behind creating parody games is often multifaceted. Developers may aim to entertain players through humor while also providing commentary on the subjects being parodied. They can serve to shed light on societal issues, criticize trends in the industry or popular culture, and offer a refreshing take on well-established gaming conventions.

Parody games provide players with a unique and often comedic experience that combines elements of familiarity and satire. The genre allows them to engage in gameplay that simultaneously pays homage to or pokes fun at other games or cultural references they may be familiar with. Parody games are an opportunity for developers to showcase their creativity while providing players with an entertaining and occasionally thought-provoking experience.

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