This Frozen App About Anna Giving Birth Is Insanely Weird

We've seen some weird apps before, but this one hits all levels of "ick." Anna Giving Birth is an non-Disney-licensed app where you must pretend to be a surgeon to help Frozen's Princess Anna deliver a baby via C-section. Yes, you read that right. It's supposed to be a game, but there's no way to lose. (Actually, there's no way anyone comes out a winner at the end of this.)

Anna Giving Birth

The iTunes description says, "Anna got married and she was pregnant in the spring. Now nine months had elapsed, and it's time to give birth to a baby. Anna needs a very experienced doctor to help her deliver her baby. Let's come to help her!"

(She's married to Kristoff, her love interest in the movie.)

Anna Giving Birth

As soon as you start playing the app, you realize it's all kinds of bizarre. For starters, you see a pregnant Anna lying on a delivery room table surrounded by medical devices like a purple scalpel. You perform some more procedures, like administering drugs and using a syringe to put her under anesthesia. Then you drag glowing orbs over her stomach to make icy patches appear and to make her stomach shake. Eventually, you make an incision on her stomach to begin the C-section.

Anna Giving Birth

Then the glowing orb pulls a baby from her stomach and you must cut the umbilical cord with the scalpel before using a wand to heal the incision. Phew! Almost done.

Anna Giving Birth

Of course, you would be a bad, bad doctor if you didn't weigh the baby.

Anna Giving Birth

Finally, you swaddle the royal baby in its royal bed.

Anna Giving Birth

And everyone lives happily ever after. Except for you, because you're totally traumatized.

Here's to hoping kids don't get a hold of it and instead talk to their parents about this sort of stuff.