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Most Obviously A Marketing Scheme- Cool Spot (Cool Spot)
The Burger King trio of games was probably intended to be promotional, but I cannot imagine any rational person going to Burger King for the express purpose of getting these games. It is not exactly going to bring in customers. Therefore, I nominate the also defunct mascot of 7Up to the lofty throne of advertisement protagonists. For those of you not in the know of all of the late 80's/early 90's mascots with "attitude," Cool Spot was the red dot that is on 7Up bottles. But with sunglasses. That's how you know he is cool, after all. The people at 7UP decided well if we are not going to put any time in designing the face of our company, we better make a video game about him. They must have read some data that kids like sugary drinks and video games, and thought that brainwashing children into drinking their product was a great scheme. Considering how much 7UP I started drinking after playing this game, it assuredly was.
Best Disguised- Octodad (Octodad)
In Octodad, you play as an octopus, who is pretending to be human. Octodad's loving human family becomes suspicious of him if he acts strangely, so you are required to do household chores as normally as possible to preserve your secret identity. The game's plot makes way too much sense, I know. His perfect integration into human society warrants a spot on this list. Just watch: