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Crazy Bus 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, Crazy Bus is truly the pinnacle of...
Oh, who are we even kidding here. It's impossible to even type this stuff with a straight face.
Crazy Bus is an unlicensed Venezuelan Sega Genesis tech demo from 2004, created to test out the author's BASIC compiler and sound driver. It would be completely unremarkable if it wasn't for the eardrum-bursting, randomly generated soundtrack. More info can be found here.
Compare with Big Rigs Over the Road Racing, another large-vehicle related game with next to no content.
This game contains examples of:
- Bilingual Bonus: While most of the game is in Spanish, the title uses two English words that go entirely untranslated throughout the whole game.
- Brown Note: Significant exposure to Crazy Bus' soundtrack can lead to cranial trauma, temporary loss of hearing, and complete insanity.
- Cap: The maximum distance you can reach is 65535 meters.
- Cult Soundtrack
- Driving Game
- Endless Game: There is no actual ending. Just keep racking up points!
- Or simply get the maximum possible score immediately by driving backwards.
- GIS Syndrome: The backgrounds are all digitized photos.
- Gratuitous English: the title.
- Let's Play (or Retsupurae): The game was popularized by this Let's Play by the esteemed Les Beardly
- Loading Screen: Only a few seconds long, thankfully. There's not much to load, truth be told.
- Non Indicative Title: Besides the title screen music, the actual gameplay is fairly down-to-earth and not "crazy" at all.
- Pac-Man Fever: Truth in Television. 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.
- Product Placement: For Venezuelan bus companies
- Sensory Abuse: The title screen music.
- Side View
- Simulation Game
- We Will Use Wiki Words in the Future: The game's title is actually CrazyBus.
- With Lyrics: According to You Tube user TheEverandever, the main theme song goes "BEEOBUUOBAAOBUUOBEEOOBUUBAAOOBUUOO"
- Wrap Around: Your bus travels all around the world!