I have not seen the shocking new torture porn horror film, Human Centipede. In fact, it might just be the first movie I never see simply based just on what I’ve heard or read about the movie so far…unless curiosity gets the best of me, that is. Horror movies are some of the most fun you can have when it comes to watching, but when the fun is removed and the only goal is to make you as uncomfortable as possible, that’s where this fan usually loses all interest.
Nevertheless, that shouldn’t stop us from having fun now, should it? The folks over at I-Mockery had this very same perspective, and it lead to the creation of Human Centipede: The Game!
Throw on your doctor’s coat and grab a scalpel or shot gun and head on over to the other side to find out where to play Human Centipede: The Game. This is all in 8-bit and rather silly, but some may still find it offensive for some reason, so a NSFW is in effect here.
That’s right, now you can play the video game version of one of the most disturbing horror movies of all time. You’ll play as the evil Dr. Heiter, who has committed an unspeakable act against human nature by attaching multiple human beings together, front to back, creating what resembles a human centipede.
Unfortunately, the specimens have turned on Dr. Heiter (you’d be pissed off, too), and they’re coming after him in the very same way that an actual centipede came after you in the classic arcade game, Centipede. Gravestones and cops and other obstacles will be in your way as you desperately try and put the human centipedes down before they reach you and enact their vengeance.
I may not have seen the movie, but the game is definitely a funny boredom cure. The only problem I could see was that the gravestones are set up in a way that the centipede hits a stride on the side (at least for me anyway), and keeps shooting right down to you instead of going across the screen, back and forth.
I originally attempted to find an embed code so you could check out the game here, but that doesn’t appear to be available, so just head on over to Newgrounds to play Human Centipede: The Game now!