Video game mods truly blow the mind for their innovation and creativity, sorta similar to how Rick and Morty also blows the mind. So it stands to reason Rick and Morty game mods make for some of the most mind-blowing things in existence. The addition of Rick and Morty in video games only heightens the gaming experience, adding a bit of humor and sci-fi to your already compelling RPG adventures. Taking Rick's spaceship for a joyride out of San Andreas and into the cosmos feels so satisfying, especially after you unleash countless Mr. Meeseeks on the unsuspecting populace. Mr. Meeseeks is a popular character indeed, showing up in mods for GTA V, Garry's Mod, and some of the funniest Skyrim mods out there. The only thing better would be Scary Terry making some appearances... oh wait, he does!
Tons of merchandise already features Rick and Morty, and now your favorite video games can too through the best mods with Ricky and Morty. Furthermore, video game mods with Rick and Morty feel especially entertaining given the fact that the show itself usually involves the duo inserting themselves into a foreign or far off places. This time, the destinations lie inside your favorite video games.
You Can Riggedy-Riggedy-Wreck San Andreas In 'GTA V'
This Modded Games masterpiece allows you to utterly decimate San Andreas, even offering Rick's spaceship as a mode of transportation. Best of all, it gives you the ability to pole dance as Rick Mother-Flippin' Sanchez.
Here There Be Meeseeks
What's the one thing Skyrim is missing? That's right: Mr. Meeseeks. Fortunately, Cougan Cougman solved that problem for good. You thought summoning an unbound Dremora was bada**...
I'm Tiny Rick! And So Can You
Modded Games recognizes the one thing better than Rick, and that's Tiny Rick. Go terrorize San Andreas with a pubescent sociopath.
Rick Gives The Best Lines In The Biz
AKALyrik brilliantly improved Fallout 4 by replacing the main character's lines with random Rick Sanchez lines. That's it. There's nothing that makes a wasteland more palatable than hearing the occasional "Wubba Lubba Dub Dub!" echoing in the vast emptiness.