This list shows all guest apperances of Danganronpa in other games, manga or art.
- Exist Archive: The Another Side of the Sky: Monokuma appeared as a costume for characters. 
- Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars: Monokuma appears in some downloadable content for Spike Chunsoft's role-playing game. 
- Terraria: costumes of Monokuma and Monomi appear in the Japanese PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions. 
- Gachitora: The Roughneck Teacher in High School: players could wear a Monokuma costume if a Danganronpa save file is present upon playing Gachitora. 
- Motto! SoniComi :downloadable outfitsof Monokuma and Monomi appeared as outfits for Super Sonico to wear.
- Fushigi no Chronicle: Furikaerimasen Katsu Madewa: playable characters from Danganronpa appear as a downloadable content.
- Crypt of the Necrodancer: feature remixed music from the Danganronpa series, as well as character skins of Makoto Naegi, Monokuma, and Ibuki Mioda.
- Chain Chronicle: Komaru Naegi, Toko Fukawa, Genocide Jack, Makoto, The Servant, Byakuya Togami and Monokuma apperard as limited guest characters and playable characters.
- Kenka Banchō Bros. Tokyo Battle Royale: featuring Mondo Owada and Daiya Owada. 
- Gravity Daze 2: In the MonoMono Machine website, there was a official art poster of crossover games including the cast of Gravity Daze 2 and Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.
- Ted: Monokuma and Ted had made special crossovers such as posters and a special TV commercial representing the Japanese DVD for Ted and Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.
- Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life: In the anime, Wooser was shown acting as Monokuma and Monokuma did also made a cameo apperance. Later after the episode ended Wooser and his friends where shown in a Class Trial making Monokuma executing Wooser.
- Many of the games apperances have been published by Spike Chunsoft.
- Although not an official portrayal of the character, Monokuma is parodied in the Hyperdimension Neptunia: Rebirth series. In some chirper events, a black and white bear named Monokuma appears and talks about punishing students for despair.