If there's one person I wouldn't like to meet down a dark alleyway in the middle of the night, it's the author of Madshow TV. You see, he's mad - at least if his game Madshow TV is anything to go by.
Load up the game and you're introduced to the 'Mad Show' by a talking plant followed closely by Miguello the Midget. You, and up to five equally mad pals, are then transported into the gameshow, where you can take part in four separate (and far too strange to explain here) sub-games, the only physically playable part of what you're paying for.
None of them are worth more than a couple of plays, but the remaining presentation is just so weird and wonderful that it might just be worth the cash to see it for yourselves.