10 Weirdest Video Games Ever Made: Page 10 of 10

10 Weirdest Video Games Ever Made
“You haven’t seen anything yet” *smirk* - goat, from Goat Simulator

1. Panic!

Panic! Get ready for the weirdest of the weird.

Made for the Sega CD console, the game was localized for North America in 1994. A virus has infected computers around the world. You play as Slap, and together with your dog Stick, you’re tasked to bring the antidote to the central computer to fix it.

In each level, you’re presented with new scenery or device and a set of buttons you must press to get through the level. Each button either displays mind-boggling animations or just teleports you to the next level. I promise you’ll wince and laugh at the same time, wondering how the hell this weird video game got published. It was rereleased for PS2 in Japan in 2002, gathering more crazy people to play it.

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augustwright 6 years 4 months ago

No joke, though, Goat Simulator is pretty awesome (there's even a goat Hell you can gain access to!).