Okay, correct me if I’m wrong about any of these.
Alpha Centaruri (sic, I know it’s Centauri): Technically part of the Civilization series, still with Sid Meier as the lead, one of first as Firaxis Games after Microprose’s near collapse. Building and expanding a civilization out in space.
Sponge Bob Square Pants (Spongebob Squarepants): About an anthropomorphic sponge, his anthropomorphic starfish buddy Patrick, and the anthropomorphic residents of Bikini Bottom. One of those cartoons that may be made for kids, for stoners, or both equally, hard to tell.
Shrek (he got one right!): An ogre meets a princess who is cursed to also be an ogre at night, and finds out he’s actually beautiful. I won’t touch this too much, really just watch it. Or read the book it’s based on.
Torment: (Here is where I could have things wrong) Planescape: Torment, and it’s spiritual successor, Torment: Tides of Numenera. Planescape: Torment was about a man (The Nameless One) waking up in the morgue with no memory, to find out he can never be permanently killed, but every time he does die he loses his memories. Runs around finding journals written by his previous personalities, learns he made a deal with a witch to become immortal, and merely had his mortality stripped from him. Goes on a quest to either reintegrate or destroy his mortality. In Tides of Numenera, follows the most recently parted shell (Last Castoff) of a powerful person called the Changing God, someone who builds various bodies and has learned to transfer its consciousness from one to the next. Both games deal very strongly with the natures of mortality, morality, and perception.
What any of these four really have to do with any of the others … not a fricking clue. Can anyone help with that?