- Big Lipped Alligator Moment: That looked like a literal example in Super Karoshi... although it pretty much only flashes up for a few seconds.
- Crowning Music of Awesome: Karoshi Factory's in-game theme. Even the fact that it's the only theme throughout the WHOLE GAME (except from the title screen) doesn't make it irritating.
- That One Level: Level 48 of Karoshi 2.0. You have to put a CD in your computer's disk drive in order to get a stereo to drop a safe on you. Even if you figure out what you're supposed to do, you still have to have a CD lying around. God help you if your computer doesn't have a disk drive. Thankfully, the creator released a version that doesn't require a disk-drive.
- That's child's play compared to Level 18 of Karoshi Factory. There's no hidden tricks or anything, the solution is very straightforward: You have to shoot the gun twice so the bullets can ricochet off the bouncy pads to kill your coworkers, and then jump on electric boxes to fry yourself to a crisp. Only, you have to have almost divine amounts of manual dexterity and very quick, split-second reflexes to make it work.