Best Comedy Games 2023

Could do with a good laugh? Check out this list of the funniest and best comedy games on Steam and other platforms.

Whoever said humor is subjective has clearly never played the best comedy games or had laugh-out-loud moments in funny video games.

From casting you as the bad guy to being ridiculously easy or hilariously written, the funniest video games can stand toe-to-toe with TV and even movies.

In this list, we’ll highlight the best comedy games on Steam, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch that will have you in stitches.

We suggest checking back in the future for more recommendations regarding the funniest PC games!

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To get started, we have a parody game that pokes fun at beloved video games like Pac-Man, The Legend of Zelda, and Day of the Tentacle.

There Is No Game plays like a WarioWare title complete with random mini-games, interactable environments, and clever riddles that require thinking outside the box.

There are also plenty of Easter eggs, nods to some of our favorite games, and a hint system for when you get stuck.

If our word’s not enough, you can check out the game’s Steam page for yourself to get a feel for its silly tone and visual presentation.

The next entry on our list of the best comedy games is none other than Goat Simulator 3, which is technically the second game in the series, not the third.

This is just the beginning of Goat Simulator 3’s shenanigans as the sequel introduces even more ridiculous goat hijinks.

Building off of the original, it sees up to 4 players exploring a vibrant open world for the purpose of wreaking havoc everywhere they go.

To aid you in your quest, the game provides a random assortment of physics-based hijinks in the form of unique gadgets, power-ups, vehicles, and triggerable events.

No doubt one of the funniest rhythm games ever released, Trombone Champ sees you honking, blowing, and tooting your way to the top of the music charts.

Complete with over 20 songs and 50 unique cards to unlock, the game invites you to uncover the mysteries of the “Trombiverse.”

This is done by tackling each track with unique mouse-based controls that require you to line up your cursor with the correct inputs.

Of course, this is easier in theory than in practice; thankfully, the game is at its best when everything goes wrong and you can laugh at your horrible performance.

High On Life is the latest title out of Squanch Games, a studio founded by Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland.

It features the signature comedic stylings Roiland is known for while layering on colorful visuals and engaging first-person shooter combat.

To this point, every weapon in High On Life is assigned a unique voice and purpose that encourages you to explore different tactics.

While the dialogue can be a bit overbearing at times, if you’re a fan of Roiland’s previous work, you’ll likely find this game just as funny.

Developer Asymmetric has a knack for churning out some of the best comedy games that poke fun at popular genres, including the adventure RPG Shadows Over Loathing.

Blending mobster and Lovecraftian narrative, it sees your character heading to Ocean City to assist their Uncle Murray with his vintage store.

However, when he turns up missing, it’s up to you to investigate his disappearance by talking to and battling a host of offbeat characters.

The writing is just a clever as previous games in the Loathing series, with thousands upon thousands of jokes, gags, and goofs.

Aside from spawning some of the best fowl-related memes to date, Untitled Goose Game is a humorous and straightforward stealth sandbox game starring unruly geese.

In it, you and a friend control maniacal fowls whose sole purpose is to annoy their fellow man in just about every imaginable way.

Environments are packed with random items that can be interacted with in unique ways, mainly to upset any nearby humans.

While it may not offer the most extensive or robust stealth gameplay, it’s good for a few laughs with friends or family.

Fully embracing the idea of simply saying “no,” Negative Nancy is a choose your own adventure game for people who have had enough.

Taking on the role of Nancy, you’re tasked with navigating annoying social interactions with customers, bosses, and other annoying human beings.

The twist here is your options for responding boil down to saying “no,” or nothing at all, with both having equally hilarious outcomes.

Couple this would a handful of secrets, side paths, and alternate endings across each episode and you have one of the best comedy games of the modern era.

Sandboxes make for some of the funniest video games, mainly because of how unpredictable things get when multiple gameplay systems start to collide.

In Just Die Already, you play as an angry elderly person who’s kicked out of their retirement home and decides to unleash their wrath on the general public.

The game’s open world is teeming with weapons, vehicles, and interactable objects that can be used to harass unsuspecting NPCs.

Considering it was made by the same devs who brought us Goat Simulator, expect plenty of Easter eggs and secrets too.

Garry’s Mod is a physics sandbox that lets players live out their video game fantasies using a robust set of creation tools.

It’s great for making games, designing levels, or simply browsing and playing through other people’s creations.

The game’s humor comes from its high degree of randomness, as you never know what to expect or if someone will do something crazy.

Once you are at ease with employing Garry’s Mod, the potentialities are nearly limitless, giving you the ability to transform any silly concept you hold into an actuality.

Human: Fall Flat is a puzzle platformer with wonky physics and couch co-op gameplay that has you and your buddies navigating obstacle courses.

It’s one of those kinds of games that gets better the less coordinated you and your team are., leading to laugh-out-loud moments and a fair share of headaches.

Ultimately, it all feels worth it once your squad manages to reach the end of a level after the umpteenth attempt and join hands to celebrate.

The developer has been good about rolling out new content since the game’s launch, including a bunch of free levels, character costumes, and other goodies.

By now, Valve’s ability to churn out innovative video games is well-documented, with Portal 2 ranking among the company’s best comedy games to date.

The experimental puzzle platformer sees you traversing a sci-fi madhouse called the Aperture Science Labs after your old AI nemesis GLaDOS regains power.

The game’s superb puzzle-platforming gameplay is further complemented by fantastic writing that oozes dry humor and quippy dialogue at every turn.

Aperture’s robots serve as the ideal vehicles for sarcasm and slapstick gags that will keep you grinning even when you find yourself stuck on a challenging puzzle.

The Henry Stickmin Collection is a series of choose-your-own adventures originally released in the late 2000s to early 2010s. 

It consists of six unique stories about a petty criminal who ends up in sketchy predicaments ranging from prison breaks to giant robot battles.

Due to his deep arsenal of gadgets and weaponry, Henry can tackle each challenge in several ways, many of which lead to absurd and unpredictable outcomes.

The gags are hilarious and the game does a great job of subverting your expectations of what could or should happen upon making certain choices.

Initially conceived as a Half-Life 2 mod, The Stanley Parable is a comedic walking sim adventure about a mysterious narrator and his office drone companion Stanley.

One day, Stanley realizes everyone in his office has disappeared, and he can hear a mysterious voice, prompting him to start digging around.

What ensues is a meta-level choose-your-own-adventure that pokes fun at video game storytelling, corporate work culture, and the importance of choice.

The game has 19 different endings, many of which are comedic gold, and after stumbling across just one, you’ll find yourself racing to experience them all.

Marketed as “the golf game for people who hate golf,” What the Golf? is a mini-game collection that pokes fun at golf video game mechanics.

One level might see you orbiting planets as you golf in space while another has you smacking around an entire house as if it were a golf ball.

Some are even meant to parody popular games like Super Mario, Rocket League, Dark Souls, and more.

You can tell from playing that the developers had a lot of enjoyment dreaming up each challenge and finding new ways to surprise the player.

Framed around the popular adult cartoon starring foul-mouthed kids, South Park: The Stick of Truth is a turn-based RPG with tons of crude humor.

In it, the South Park kids decide to take their fantasy LARPing to the next level and an all-out war for power on the fourth-grade playground ensues.

A lot of the spells in the game are strange or gross, but it’s really enjoyable to mix them together during a fight.

If you enjoy The Stick of Truth, we recommend also checking out its sequel, South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

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Justin Fernandez

As a fan of both indie and triple-A games, Justin finds joy in discovering and sharing hidden gems with other passionate gamers. In addition to reporting on the latest and greatest titles, he manages GamingScan’s social media channels.

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