Over the years, there have been many tv series that have crossed over into the videogame realm from the good (South Park: The Stick of Truth) to the bad (Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit) and everywhere in between. Here are a few more tv series that could use a videogame tie-in.

Supernatural: For a series that lasted 15 years, it’s a little surprising that a Supernatural game was never even attempted. A co-op game following Sam and Dean (or a different pair of hunters) hunting all kinds of monsters, demons, and ghouls would be a welcome continuation of the Supernatural universe. It could even be a prequel following Dean and his dad before the events of season 1. Maybe even give it the Telltale Games treatment.

Community: Community has dealt with videogames in the episodes Digital Estate Planning, where the study group has to play a videogame against Pierce’s secret brother to get his inheritance, and Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care, where the Dean is sucked into a VR world so it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to expand Community into videogames and with the movie coming soon now would be a good time to release a tie-in Community: The Movie: The Videogame based on a tv series. Given how the show mixed genres, it would be interesting to see how the game would mix videogame genres from platformer to RPG, to FPS to even fighting game. It might even have the potential to crossover with another of Dan Harmon’s Creations: Rick and Morty.

Man Seeking Woman: With a pilot that features the main character dating a literal troll and a Christmas episode where his sister has an affair with Santa Claus, Man Seeking Woman is not your typical sitcom about dating so it wouldn’t make your typical game, but maybe it could be a fun dating simulator.

Harley Quinn: Harley Quinn has appeared in numerous games, from the Batman Arkham games and the Injustice games to the soon-to-be-released Suicide Squad Kills the Justice League, so why not a game based on and in the same style as her HBO Max animated series? Throw in a Poison Ivy level or two; it could be loads of fun.

Reaper: A short-lived, two season CW series from 2007 to 2009, Reaper never was tremendously popular, but the concept of being forced to be the devil’s bounty hunter and capturing escaped souls for him using everyday objects as “vessel” would translate well to videogame form and perhaps wrap up the story over ten years later.

Heroes: While technically there was a game called Gemini: Heroes Reborn to tie into the reboot miniseries, Heroes deserves more. Maybe an MMORPG set in the Heroes universe or an action game with original branching storylines.

Mythic Quest: For a show about a fictional videogame, it’s a little surprising Mythic Quest hasn’t crossed over into the pixel realm. It would be fun to see whether it is bringing the fictional game to reality or a meta-game about a game.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Another out-there choice, but like Community, Its Always Sunny has mixed genres from time to time. Perhaps not to the same extent, but enough that a videogame wouldn’t be too far off. While The Gang would be the obvious choice for a focus, a videogame might be a chance for their long bench of side characters to shine. Maybe a game starring Cricket? Or the McPoyles? Or even a law simulator starring The Lawyer and/or Uncle Jack.

Arrested Development: This one is a little out there and honestly a little bit of wish fulfillment, but perhaps the segmented storyline focusing on individual characters that were used for season 4 would work better in videogame form, especially since that may be the only way to continue the story. If they can get some of the cast to voice their characters, all the better. Also, who wouldn’t want to play a Stair car driving simulator or a Banana Stand Business Simulator?

Street Sharks: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has gotten dozens of games, but why not this less popular but similar series from the 90s? Maybe even a crossover game?