[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/crazybus_5615.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Unmatched realism and intensity.]]

->''"If there is any game for the Venezuelan bus enthusiasts, this is it. Do you find any Venezuelan buses in ''Super Mario World''? No. So you can't argue, this is the definitive Venezuelan bus game"''
-->--'''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'''

[[foldercontrol]]

[[folder: [=Crazy Bus=]: Presiona START ]]


''[=CrazyBus=]'' is the world's [[OverlyNarrowSuperlative most immersive, extremely detailed, and pulse-pounding bus-driving simulation]]. Featuring state of the art graphics, a richly appointed world full of hidden areas to explore, edge-of-your-seat action, and a soundtrack [[MetaphoricallyTrue just as notable]] as the work of HansZimmer, JohnWilliams, YokoKanno, and Creator/NobuoUematsu, ''[=CrazyBus=]'' is truly the pinnacle of...

Oh, who are we even kidding here. It's impossible to even type this stuff with a straight face.

''[=CrazyBus=]'' is an unlicensed Venezuelan Sega Genesis tech demo from 2004, created to test out the author's BASIC compiler and sound driver. It's only listed under "video game" for lack of a better category, as the only point of interaction is to move buses left and right. It would be completely unremarkable if it wasn't for [[SensoryAbuse the eardrum-bursting, randomly generated soundtrack.]] More info can be found [[https://web.archive.org/web/20140702142003/http://www.eidolons-inn.net/tiki-index.php?page=CrazyBus here.]]

Not to be confused with ''VideoGame/CrazyTaxi'', ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'', or the song from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', which would probably annoy Arthur less than this game's music.
----
!!This game contains examples of:
* BilingualBonus: While most of the game is in Spanish, the title uses two English words that go entirely untranslated throughout the whole game.
* {{Cap}}: The maximum distance you can reach is [[PowersOfTwoMinusOne 65535 meters]]. Which you can achieve instantly by driving in reverse.
* CultSoundtrack: The only audio track available in the game is the opening theme. But it's that theme which rose this game to Internet fame.
* DrivingGame: The game revolves around driving a bus, though the purpose behind it is not explained.
* EndlessGame: There is no actual ending. Just keep racking up points. Or simply get the maximum possible score immediately by driving backwards.
* GISSyndrome: The backgrounds are all digitized photos.
* GratuitousEnglish: The title.
* LoadingScreen: Only a few seconds long. There's not much to load, truth be told.
* NonIndicativeTitle: Besides the title screen music, the actual gameplay is fairly down-to-earth (well, practically nonexistent anyway) and not "crazy" at all.
* ObviousBeta: Although the game is meant to be a tech demo, several technical aspects remain underdeveloped. For example, the game is unable to distinguish whether the player reaches the maximum distance normally or simply drives backwards from the starting point.
* PacmanFever: TruthInTelevision. This game was released in 2005. Would you have guessed? Recent versions have been released as recently as 2010 with the same ear-grating music and grainy graphics. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] somewhat in that it was written to run on a SegaGenesis in mind.
* ProductPlacement: For Venezuelan bus companies.
* SensoryAbuse: The title screen music.
* SideView: The only perspective used is 2D, so the bus can only move left or right.
* SimulationGame: The player controls a commercial bus based on those that are used in Venezuela to transport people from one destination to another. However, no one is actually being transported in-game.
* TechDemoGame: For a certain definition of "game". The software was created to showcase the author's BASIC compiler that targets the Genesis architecture. It was also intended to showcase the sound driver included with the compiler.
* WeWillUseWikiWordsInTheFuture: The game's title is actually [=CrazyBus=].
* WrapAround: Your bus travels all around the world! Sorta.
----