Top o' the mornin', t'yer

Y'know when indie developers describe their games as outlandish, but beneath the surface they're fairly straightforward? Well, that's not the case with Wattam, which is downright barmy. The product of Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi's warped imagination, this game sees you linking the arms of all sorts of weird and wonderful creatures in order to create... Explosions?

The idea is that with each detonation, you'll attract new people to your world, and the playbox will get increasingly "busy" as you progress. Each personality will have a unique ability, whether it's pooping or making sick disco sounds. And you'll be able to experience all of the madness with friends courtesy of the game's couch co-op mode. Not for everyone, then – but we're in.