Ever felt like your job was hell? ''Work Time Fun'' has that topped, as you literally are taking jobs in {{Hell}}.

A [[PlayStationPortable PSP-based]] [[MinigameGame collection of largely unrelated games]] with a hint of classic gaming flavor [[AffectionateParody and some fun jabs at gaming standards]], Work Time Fun was passed up for a US release initially when Sony published it as Baito Hell in Japan (which means Part-Time Hell in a [[BilingualBonus German/Japanese/English]] play on words). We eventually got it outside of Japan when D3 released it in the US on UMD, and later on the PlayStation Store.
!!''Work Time Fun'' provides examples of the following tropes:
* ButtonMashing: Surprisingly few of the games resort to this, though there are a few exceptions.
* EndlessGame: A few of the games (ex. Lumberjack) simply go on until you fail.
* FiveFingerFillet: One of the minigames.
* FunWithAcronyms: The game's title, obviously.
* MinigameGame
* PressXToNotDie: Wrestling Superstar, Cliff Racer 2000, and several others work on this premise.
* {{Retraux}}: Most of the games fall into this category, especially Baseball Superstar.
* UnwinnableByDesign: Some of the jobs have outrageous target goals, but most of them are ostensibly reachable. The most notable exception is Pendemonium, which has a counter that goes up to 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999. It would take several magnitudes longer than the unverse has existed to reach that score.