The Geneva Convention forbids the use of torture on prisoners. But it doesn't say anything about torture games. If you've always wanted to indulge the darker side of your personality, but wouldn't wamt to hurt a fly in real life, the selection of torture games on Silvergames may be right up your alley.
Don't worry, the stick figures and crude drawings don't actually feel any pain, when you get to work on them with knives, chainsaws, acids or blunt instruments. Body parts fly around the room for our entertainment and all that's left will be a lot of red paint. It may look like torture, but it is just a game.
Whether you want to give a celebrity the beating of a lifetime, or expose some animated puppet to unimaginable agony, at the end of the day all this torture is just a big, if macabre laugh.
Still, it might be a good idea to go out and meet people again or to play something sunnier for a change. Maybe some horror games or action games, to calm you down? A rainbow is a nice change of scenery as well, don't you agree? And when was the last time you called your mother?