Someone has made the creepiest and weirdest Frozen-based game ever
Brace yourselves, Frozen fans. Once you see this, it cannot be unseen.
Back in November, an iOS app maker going by the name of Oleg Vinogorodov released a mini-game based on Disney's 2013 hit animated movie.
Called Anna Giving Birth, those who dare to play the game will do exactly what it says in the title - you'll be helping Princess Anna give birth.
According to Vinogorodov's unofficial follow-up to the original movie, Anna marries Kristoff and gets pregnant.
With the baby ready to come into the world, it's your job to deliver Anna's bundle of joy - via a C-section.
For your convenience, I've downloaded and tried the game so you don't have to. If you think you can withstand the creepiness, read on.
After a short introduction, the game opens with Anna on a treatment bed, looking rather smiley despite being in labour.
After using a foetus ECG scanner, you'll have to sedate Anna to prepare her for, you know, a pretty invasive major surgery.
Once you've rolled the magic blue ball over her tummy - no, I've no idea what it does either - it's time to use the scalpel and make an incision...
... revealing that people in the Frozen universe have pink blood!
Once you've used your second magical orb - a purple one this time - the baby, also strangely smiley while crying sounds are made, appears above the cut.
Once you've severed the umbilical cord, a pair of disembodied hands flies in to carry the child away.
Though this is an unofficial app not affiliated with Disney, it's time to sew Anna up Disney style - with a magic wand, of course.
No scars and no stretch marks. Anna's a Disney princess, remember?
The game then ends after you take the baby's weight and wrap it - its gender can't be determined because of flower petals covering its genitals - up in a royal-looking blanket.
And there you have it - Anna Giving Birth in a few pictures and descriptions.
All in all, the whole game can be completed in under a minute or so - which can't be said about the disbelief and creepiness that lingers on after you're done.
Except for a few hardcore Frozen fans and those dying to get a Disney degree in surgical procedures, I still can't believe that this app even exists.