David C. Lovelace is, in the greatest sense of the word, insane. The Connecticut-based graphic artist has transformed the most basic game known to man — Rock, Paper, Scissors — into a complex chart of over 100 items and 5,000 possible outcomes, calling it RPS-101. Now you’ll need to devote actual man hours memorizing charts, interactions, and quirky phrases constructed when axe meets nuke. It’s a completely unrealistic version of the game, but part of me so wants to play.
Oh, and enjoy this image of the Ginyu Force playing RPS: