Video Game: Trash Panic
Trash Panic is a puzzle game made by SCEA in which the player must drop objects, one by one, into a garbage can until a certain amount of weight has been dropped. The idea is to break up as much garbage as possible by smashing it into other unbroken garbage in the can. The objects are made of various materials, including hard-to-break metal and impossible-to-break rubber, and the game uses the Havok physics engine.The game consists of five levels:
- Level 1 is a basic small-scale level.
- Level 2 deals with bigger objects (and a bigger can), and introduces fire, which burns garbage at the cost of carbon output.
- Level 3 is even bigger and introduces water, as well as decomposition balls that rot garbage around them when wet as an eco-friendly alternative to burning.
- Level 4 has skyscraper-sized objects and introduces oil, which burns really well at the cost of carbon output.
- Level 5 has everything from level 4, but is much bigger and includes clouds.
- Sweets course: Objects are less difficult, with no bosses.
- Main course: The objects you get depend on how well you're doing.
- Hell course: Presumably harder, assuming you can get to it.
- Boss Warning Siren: The game has a warning siren with a red hue and big letters overtaking the screen right before a "boss" trash piece comes up for you to dispose. Unlike some other games, the huge alert signs are necessary, since it's the biggest piece of trash, you have a set amount of time to break it down (you get a HUGE penalty if you do not), you can't "hold" it, and it's usually very sturdy. The player NEEDS to know when this comes in, thus the sirens and redness.
- Nintendo Hard
- Rank Inflation (up to SSS)
- Speaking Simlish
- Wreaking Havok