In the short comedy Russian Roulette, Lucy is chatting online one night when she is paired up with a cosmonaut stationed alone on an orbiting telescope. And talking to him, she feels a little less alone in the universe.
There are a lot of advantages to playing this novelty plate version of Russian Roulette over the real thing. Not only is the loser still alive to pay for pizza, drinks, or whatever was served up—there's a lot less cleanup too.
Pocket Shock-It is a portable pub-sized version of one of our old favorites. It emits a "juddering jolt of pure electrical power," with games inspired by the deadliest of cinematic contrivances, but without all them bullets.