Escape the mob in an exciting pixelated setting. Very fast and furious.
The first thing that struck me about Lynchmob HD was that it didn't make sense. Then I realized what in the world was happening and it bore a striking resemblance to Pixelwars -- A Plot Against You except with colour and weapons.
The idea is that you're being persecuted by people from all over. Who you are is irrelevant - you could be Frankenstein's monster for all the game explains anything - but you know one thing: You want to escape.
Fortunately you're equipped with a crosshair which can destroy any single enemy it comes directly in contact with. While this can be handy against small numbers of specific targets, there aren't many occasions when you find yourself in that situation. No, your best bet is to come into contact with one of those white blinking squares. Think of these as a sort of portable pocket-tank which launches in the direction of the crosshair completely obliterating any troublemakers in the way.
It's fastpaced and has no solid story, but it is very, very fun to play and does have some sort of hypnotic drawing power which encourages replay. Highscores are saved locally and there is also an online scoreboard.