Adult Swim Games are as weird and wonderful as their shows

GamesRadar - If you're reading this, you're likely aware of Adult Swim's existence. Many of us have fond memories of watching Cartoon Network's late-night block, with formative programming that included offbeat humor (Sealab 2021, Aqua Teen Hunger Force) and cream-of-the-crop anime (Cowboy Bebop, FLCL). That penchant for unique, eccentric content has kept Adult Swim going strong since 2001, creating a brand that reaches beyond the realm of television. So it's no surprise that, as of this year, the folks at Adult Swim Games started publishing on Steam--and their approach is turning them into one of the few fascinating publishers worth following.

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