Are you stuck at work and looking to kill some time? Do you enjoy collecting body parts, and fashioning them into a person who you can then date? Are you excited about Focus Features' forthcoming Lisa Frankenstein, directed by Zelda Williams and written by Diablo Cody? Boy, do we have the free-to-play 8-bit game for you.
This is the just-released Lisa Frankenstein: Slay and Decay, a free-to-play game which just hit the internet thanks to the team behind, you guessed it, Lisa Frankenstein. Players are tasked with collecting body parts around a cemetery, avoiding the police (they frown upon grave robbing, apparently), and making it back to a centrally-located tanning bed in order to rack up the highest score possible. Is this a revolution in gaming? No, absolutely not. But it'll keep you entertained for a few minutes.
And, hey, if nothing else, it reminds us that Zelda Williams' Lisa Frankenstein hits theaters on February 9th. Do stay tuned for more on Williams' film as we get closer to that release date!