Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty’s Rushed Licensed Adventure lives up to its name. Only the first chapter is ‘playable’ if you can call it that. The goal of the game is obtain a glass lens and white cloth to create a vacuum that can suck up dangerous dimensional portals. Only two rooms are accessible. If you try to explore any of the other rooms, Morty will explain that those areas weren’t budgeted for the game. Furthermore, you can’t use most of the items in the rooms. If you try to pick up an unusable item, Morty will berate you. The developers throw you a bone early on so you don’t feel too stupid. Morty picks up a sock which unlocks an achievement. He celebrates until Rick reveals the item is as useless as he is.
When the vacuum is complete, Morty jumps up and down with excitement about his prize for winning.
“Prepare to be disappointed, Morty,” Rick warns him. “All we get is a bunch of credits of people we don’t know.”
However, players do get a prize. Sit through the credits to see Rick pummel Morty for no reason.
If you click off screen it will pause the game but it will not resume dialogue, which is really the whole point of the game.