7. Harvester - Merit Studios, 1996 - PC
"Harvest...population 51. It's a nice little place, where the fields and the people are carved into pleasing shapes." We can't tell you too much about the plot of the point-and-click adventure Harvester without giving everything away, but... well, who cares, spoilers ahead...
You show up in this sleepy little town with amnesia, then meet a bunch of eccentric folks and, once you're inducted into the sinister Lodge, butcher them. The Lodge is sort of an Elks club for mass murderers, so that explains the occasional axe to the forehead and the bloody exposed spine found at a crime scene - but nothing really clarifies the hallways made of flesh, the giant eyeball that you have to pop to solve a puzzle or the man-sized sphincter doorways - we're not kidding about that one, either. You read it right.
Above: Harvester delivers plenty of blood, but its unrealistic depiction of vitreous humor knocked it way down the list.
A crappy game from start to finish, one of Harvester's main selling points was that it was banned in Germany. Which isn't hard - hell, you might be banned in Germany.