Video Game: Crazy Bus

Unmatched realism and intensity.

CrazyBus man, don't forget it. Say it. One word, not "crazy bus". It's CrazyBus, and it's fuckin' crazy! WHOOOOA. WE'RE DRIVIN A BUS HERE. IT'S FUCKIN CRAZY. OMIGOD I CAN'T TAKE IT, IT'S SO FUCKIN CRAZY. CRAZYBUUUUUUUS! CRAZYBUUUUUUUUS! CRAZYBUUUUUUUUUUUS! WOOOOOOOOOOOOO—

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CrazyBus is the world's 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 just as notable as the work of Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Yoko Kanno, and Nobuo Uematsu, 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 the eardrum-bursting, randomly generated soundtrack. More info can be found here. The Angry Video Game Nerd also reviewed it. See here.

Not to be confused with Crazy Taxi, Desert Bus, or the Ear Worm song from Arthur, which would probably annoy Arthur less than this game's music.

Compare with Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing, another large-vehicle-related game with next to no content.


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