So, I think it's the time to present my first trainwreck that I did back on 2007 when I got my hands on Multimedia Fusion 2.
So, it's Bubsy in Yoshi's Island, that's what! It's a unique combination of breakout and pinball physics for main character, as you have to deal with it!
I could think that I made this game when Glorious Trainwrecks existed, but I could be wrong, since I started working on this since Summer 2007, but I hadn't submitted here until now. It only begs me to start another trainwreck...
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from the latest issue of pcpowerplay
how did you do it!
A sequel to Mah Jong Is Longer Than Ur Dong. Recommend playing the original first. Actually, recommend just playing the original and avoiding this altogether. Graphics are a minter-esque chaos of incomprehensible blurring.
So i'm too lazy to bother with making games for the original,
and i rather just attempted to remake the whole thing in flash with hardware rendering and whatnot,
but i was too lazy to make 3D models for the nazis (let alone animate anything)
so there you have it
(also i couldn't bother to make levels: they are all random generated)
Update: lot of graphic fixes, some gameplay fixes
This isn't meant to be offensive.
In an alternate universe, it turns out that aliens forced Stalin to starve millions of his people. Otherwise, they would destroy the Earth. However Jesus is determined to turn one fish into many. How long can Stalin hold off Jesus in order to starve his people, before the aliens destroy the Earth?
Only you decide.
Made by Snapman.
Two different goal
Two ways to play!
commit heinous crimes from the comfort of your own home
Hello everybody! I stumbled upon this website through a competition I organise on the Intfiction forum called Ectocomp - one of the entrants has hosted her game "You Are a Blob" here. The moment I arrived and read your mission statement I realised that this is the perfect home for a game of mine, "Escape from the Crazy Place", a CYOA type of game which I started writing (on paper) in 1983 and finished in 2006. It is nothing if not a Glorious Trainwreck and I'd love to submit it.
The only trouble is that it's written in TADS 2, which requires an interpreter and is not as widely used as it used to be. I'm currently porting it to Twine but there are something like 600 pages so it's taking me a while. So my question is, should I submit the TADS 2 version, and if I do will anyone play it? Or should I hold off until the Twine version is finished?
You can play Escape from the Crazy Place here, if you want to see what it's like: http://www.jjguest.com/games.htm
Thank you for creating this wonderful website. I love things that are terrible in a way that is AWESOME, be they games, films or books, and it is great that you are celebrating them here.
You can play Escape from the Crazy Place here:
J. J. Guest
You must WITHSTAND ONE WHOLE HOUR of flying a bunch of people to somewhere.
There's no obstacles, other than the ground.
And pressing X lets you fly.
Destroy the enemy generators. Protect your own generators with shields.