A fan-made crossover game of Touhou and EarthBound/MOTHER, made in RPG Maker 2000 by 'S'.The game begins when a Meteor crashes into Gensokyo. After Reimu and Marisa fight of the mysterious alien that arrived with it, they find an unconscious boy nearby, who reveals that he has no memories. Soon after, things go to hell in Gensokyo. Not that that stops the lightheartedness and endless references to other works.The translated game can be found here, while a playthrough can be found here. A sequel to the game, Return of Touhou Mother, is currently being uploaded as a series of videos by vgperson here.
This game contains examples of:
Amnesiac Dissonance: When he first arrives, Porky has no memory of his past. Later, he pretends to be this to mask the fact that he remembers everything.
The Dragon: Tenshi works against the heroes more than almost anyone else, effortlessly beats down Remilia and Yukari, and unlike the other Touhou characters is never persuaded to switch sides until the very end of the game, after Porky turns her into a robot to cover his escape.
Darker and Edgier: Especially on the take of the relationship between humans and youkai in Gensokyo.
Demoted to Extra: While the gameplay leans decidedly towards the MOTHER side of things, the characters from said series are for the most part pushed to the wayside.
Not so on the sequel though.
Future Badass: A few characters become this after the party returns from Old Gensokyo.
Gods Need Prayer Badly: Source of a fairly bigMood Whiplash in the sequel. En route to your next destination you happen upon Sanae and a very transparent Kanako. They explain that the incidents in the previous game caused a great many humans to no longer believe in or care about gods, so Kanako's physical being is vanishing from the world. And then when you return to that area later, neither Kanako nor Sanae are present.
Grey and Gray Morality: Are the humans justified in liberating themselves from the youkai they had feared for so long by merging Gensokyo with the Outside World? Or is it the youkai who are justified in keeping the humans under their thumb if it means preserving Gensokyo?
Fake-Out Fade-Out: Both times against Tenshi's final attack. The first time has Ridley's battle music, the second time has Bhava Agra As Seen Through A Child's Mind start back up at full force.
Fantastic Racism: One of the conflicts for the sequel, found near the end of Chapter 1. Porky was just the nudge needed for the humans and youkai to realize just how much they disliked each other.
Glass Cannon: Marisa, having the second-highest speed and IQ, along with two immensely potent spells, but with the lowest Defense and HP.
Mundane Made Awesome: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure-related items are presented with much more dramatic fanfare than the normal items. How much? Finding Remilia's full JJBA collection causes the earthquake in the Scarlet Mansion.
The Revolution Will Not Be Civilized: The humans who want to rebel against the youkai's rule aren't portrayed in a positive light. After all, they are led by Porky and if they get what they want, Gensokyo will vanish as the consequence.
Time Skip: The sequel is set six months after the end of Touhou Mother. Things aren't going well.
Took a Level in Badass: Cirno goes from goofy comic relief boss battle to one of the more difficult boss battles in the game sometime while the party is stuck in Old Gensokyo.