Kill Doctor Lucky is a new classic board game that has been through several editions since first publication in 1997. You can get a print-and-play of the original version at the link.
Unexploded Cow is a commercial product from Cheapass Games, but you can get a free print and play version at the link. The game has an hysterical premise: that bovines suffering from mad cow disease are being used to solve the problem of unexploded bombs in Europe left over from the wars.
Witch Trial is one of Cheapass games most popular products. You can get a print-and-play version of this game at the link.
In Witch Trial, you play an attorney at a prestigious law firm. You will act as a prosecutor or defender in several cases involving unmarried women, free thinkers, vegetarians, the homeless, and other undesirable types. While witchcraft per se isn’t really a crime, it’s customary to bring suspects into court on related offenses, such as card playing, smoking, and tampering with the post.
This game requires lawyer-like reflexes, a little bit of luck, and the willingness to bargain when you know you can’t win.
“Some Concerns About Sauron’s Battle Plans” is one of the funniest bits I’ve seen in a while. It’s written from the perspective of an Orc in the front line.
Space Janitors is a comedy/sci-fi web series created by Davin Lengyel and Geoff Lapaire. It chronicles the lives of two janitors, Mike Chet (Pat Thornton) and Darby Richards (Brendan Halloran) who serve aboard an evil iconic space station. After all, someone has to buff out the blaster burn marks from the halls and mop up the hero guts from the not-so-bottomless shaft.
The misadventures of Mike and Darby and their friends – a dogmatic computer psychologist, a curious Android, and one of the 10,000 clones aboard the station who are all named Dennis – shed a humorous light on popular and otherwise serious science fiction staples. In first season of Space Janitors we see the lives of the blue-collar staff at work on board the ship, punctuated by the occasional run in with the Dark Lord or a squad of invading rebels giving us the low rank glimpse of an epic galactic conflict.