What's the max headroom incident of videogames?
Polybuis is an urban legend that was spawned from people observing actual location tests for arcade cabinets.
The Max Headroom incident was somebody hijacking a public TV broadcast.
Doesn't that technically mean what's the equivalent of the most stylish griefing?
What's the spookiest instance of griefing?
Playing in a night time server in dayz i've experienced some. Such as somebody playing creepy distorted children laughing over their mic while following me, and when I get into a building zip tying me, then force feeding me rotten stuff to just watch me die in front of him while still playing the children laughing
>E3 or something similar
>Live broadcast of some trailer
>Suddenly blacks out
>Guy in Sheldon mask comes on
>Broadcasters are unable to do anything
>Crazy rants from this guy for a few minutes
>Nobody ever found out who he was
That would be neat to see
We nearly got one at this E3 when Aisha Tyler almost had a nervous breakdown at the end of the Ubisoft presentation.
Ultimately, I agree with this: >>252885515
Joel McHale flubbing the VGX.
I remember when he saved videogames
Not spooky or weird, but I think it's an interesting story nonetheless (another TV hijacking):
A more detailed account is also here:
I'm surprised the hijacker hasn't come forward yet. Surely the crime has expired by now.
The WoW plague incident is kinda sorta similar to this, in the sense that it was an unexpected, uncontrollable large scale disturbance in the game.
This seems like an interesting channel.
did act 3 ever come out? will it ever come out?
That one time in Runescape where players accidentally found an exploit that let them attack any player and take their items. Moderators later permanently banned everyone that took part. Even stranger, this happened on June 6, 2006, or otherwise known as, 666.
That was pretty great.
RAIDEN HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PLAYING THIS GAME
>tfw playing MGS 2 right after launch late at night
I miss when vidya surprised me
>getting creeped out
>BANG POP BANG POP
>PANIC and rip off headphones
>neighbors set off fireworks
Actually, there's something else Kenji Eno did that might apply better here:
1UP: Um...wow. OK, let's get back to Warp's exciting history. Years ago, you caused quite a stir at a Japanese press event when, rather than announcing that Warp's future titles would be coming to Sony's PlayStation, you instead chose to reveal an exclusive deal with Sega...and then went on to stomp all over a plush doll of Sony's MuuMuu mascot from Jumping Flash! Did that really happen?
KE: Maybe, but I don't think it did. [Laughs]
1UP: I know you did transform a PlayStation logo -- right as everyone's watching -- the logo transformed into a Sega Saturn logo. So, at a Sony event, a Sony festival, where you're onstage to announce your deal with Sony, you actually announce that Warp would be making games for the Sega Saturn. Which, I don't know who has the balls to do that these days, but you sure did back then. Tell us the story behind that.
I felt betrayed when Sony was treating me like that, so when I heard that the Sega vice president was a very interesting guy, he and I met and created this whole plot. My original conditions to make the game exclusive for Saturn involved my earlier story about supplying 1,000 Saturns for the blind people, and also to have Sega's president appear onstage, personally, for the event. That was the original plot, and that was what was going to happen until the last minute, but he had a board meeting at Sega, and they were like, "OK, you're actually appearing?" Like, Sega is a big, successful company, and a high-up management-level guy in that kind of company appearing in a situation like that isn't good, so everybody stopped him. So he appeared in a video rather than in person.
1UP: What did he say?
KE: He said, "Welcome to Sega."
tl;dr Kenji Eno trolls Sony at an industry event by playing a video where the PS1 logo morphs into the Saturn logo and Sega's president appears to introduce Eno's new Saturn-exclusive game.
I read an article recently that had something like that in it:
>And then things really took a turn for the worse: Ben suddenly left the country, stealing the hard drive that contained the game’s source code.
>“One day I had a meeting arranged with Ben and drove to a meet with him (a three-hour drive) but then couldn’t find him at the office,” Iain recalled. ”Nobody knew where he was. Then later that day a young girl turned up at the office to say that Ben was on a plane to Australia and was not coming back. I asked who she was, and she said she was his girlfriend. The whole thing was just too bizarre. So that was it, he had gone. The hard drive with all the source code on it also went, though we had made a back-up but without Ben it was of no use as it was almost entirely written in assembler and unreadable. The best way to interpret things is he had some sort of nervous breakdown, couldn’t cope with the stress and ran away. The worst way to interpret it is that he had no intention of ever finishing the game. After Ben left I never returned to the office in Lincolnshire, and other debtors cleared out was left in the office. It was a very confusing and strange situation. After a few weeks we decided to focus in a new direction.”
>To this day, no one at Slitherine has had any contact with Ben. His whereabouts remain unknown. The police and Interpol were involved at one point in trying to trace him down. “There is still a warrant out for his arrest if he ever returns to Britain,” Iain said. Mike John, T-Tex‘s project manager, pulled a similar stunt as his son by disappearing to Thailand.
Oh yeah, and Kenji Eno was one of the most interesting personalities in the middle of it. I read a story where, during one year's TGS, his company rented out a big booth, filled it with traditional Japanese festival decorations, bought a bunch of booze and hired booth babes to serve it, and then closed it all off from the public, so for the entirety of the event they were just having a big, private party in the middle of TGS every day. The guy was awesome.
Required reading: http://www.1up.com/features/kenji-eno-breaks-silence
I remember once reading an urban legend about an arcade game that was somehow glitchy in such a way that it caused players nightmares and hallucinations, but I don't remember what it was called or anything.
Osamu Sato's games (LSD, Eastern Mind, Chu-Teng), maybe.
He was pretty overweight, which may have had something to do with it. Regardless, it's a crying shame he's no longer with us. He was on the verge of creating games again.
Another good interview (even if it is Kotaku): http://kotaku.com/5987522/kenji-eno-speaks-his-mind-in-this-unpublished-interview
And something else very interesting: http://gamasutra.com/blogs/JohnSzczepaniak/20140320/213591/KAKEXUN__the_enduring_legacy_of_Kenji_Eno.php
A bunch of Eno's friends and peers got together to crowdfund a game based on designs he left before he passed away, and it managed to get funded. I believe the person in charge said that he left behind many ideas and design documents for numerous games, so we could see more in the future!
I can think of one specific moment recently.
The Garrysmod "cough" virus that circulated across all the servers. It would download a dll file into the players addons folder and have the Source engine execute it, hijacking the players Steam chat and in-game functionality.
It would instantly start spamming their friends with "*cough*" and play a cough sound effect in-game.
It was an attempt at stealing Steam wallets, but the coder screwed up and never implemented the feature properly.
It also circulated in a lot of Garrysmod addon repo's in GitHub, until the mod creator finally patched his product.
This isn't really that creepy though, all they're doing is watching her stream and moving their player to where she is in-game.
It was heavily obvious because the trolls always gave away who they were on the stream chat.
Are there any games that do something special if you play them at specific times of day?
I don't know why, but I feel like there would be a lot of potential to fuck with the player that way.
Well, in the Animal Crossing on Gamecube and maybe Wild World as well, if you played between like 12 an 1 in the morning you'd be wandering around your town and your character would stop in it's tracks. A dialogue box would pop up and say something like "Hey, can I ask a favor of you." But no one would be around. So you'd wander around a little more and it would happen again but say like "No, no, I'm over here..." and eventually a ghost would show up. He was kind of adorable, and a total bro, so it wasn't spooky, but it weirded me out the first time it happened to me.
Spotted this gem.
>"OK. Look, I'll give you $3000 cash, RIGHT NOW, cause I like you an awful
lot, and also cause I'm fucking sick and tired or trying to talk to you
goddamn Greek half-wits."
>The Greek seemed to ponder what I had said for a minute, or perhaps he was
just wallowing in incomprehension. One waitress went into the back-room and
loudly threw up.
Glad to see that the old BBS humor still lives on in 4chan.
Yep, in New Leaf if you watch TV at 3:33 AM Monday mornings(so you'd have to stay up on a Sunday night), a 2spooky alien appears.
It would be freaky as shit if any gyroids in the house stopped moving during this time.
Did anybody find out anything about that or was it a just for show thing at PAX?
It's definitely a game of some sort, there just isn't a lot of info on it. I think Team Meat is helping the guys who are making it, but even they don't know a much.
Maybe more info will come out at this year's PAX Prime.
Pretty sure it's something Team Meat is working on. One of the clips is a Tonetta video, that old dude who makes creepy music videos. One of his songs is called Super Meat Boy.
Also, as more concrete evdence, if you view the source of camdrome.com, there's a spooky ascii picture and a line that says MEATISMEAT over and over again.
>tfw no horror game that goes completely apeshit if you play it at 3am
>One of his songs is called Super Meat Boy
Motherfucking legend, any word on a new album?
So I'm guessing judging by this it'll be some weird as fuck Videodrome style horror game by the guys who made Super Meat boy
I'm not sure what to think of this
I doubt it will live up to this marketing. I'm expecting it to be in the usual art style, which would destroy any sense of spookiness, but the dude has a really twisted mind, so if it was something other than his usual art like maybe an FMV game, I could see it being kind of cool.
Everything is too controlled and its impossible to have fun anymore
just like with video games
I got hired as a summer intern (5 years of Radio/Television broadcast and going for it as a major) for Fox 25 in Boston
Trust me, It's basically impossible unless you get everyone there to let you do it since the control broadcast is on watch 24/7
Don't lose your hopes yet man. Someday you might get the chance.
I don't want to lose them.
Another stupid and legendary fuck up on television... now on HD. Yeah, I need to see that happen before I die.
Here's what you do.
>Become proficient at broadcasting
>Do it for 25-35 years until you can retire
>Whip out the hairy asshole for all to see, then run out of the broadcasting room and say you were taking a piss or something
Then retire and know you made the world a slightly more engaging place.
We all thought it was a sick joke meant to disrupt the usual flow of games, but unlike the max headroom incident things didn't go back to normal. We're trapped in this nightmare.
>The ass slapping
That one guy who made D for the playstation.
He made 2 versions of the game, one with family friendly themes that got a E or T rating and one that had like cannibalism and incest or something in graphic detail.
He submitted the family version to the ESRB and then on the day it was going to be pressed for distribution he personally flew to the factory and replaced it with the true version.
It would be pretty scary. Looking at it now, it just seems rather bizarre and ridiculous, but when you'd see something like that when you just wanted to watch TV, it would be pretty frightening.
>Because the storyline and graphic FMVs were more horrifying than any video game that had yet been released, head developer Kenji Eno resorted to a trick in order to get D published. The game was originally developed with no storyline, and Eno kept the story sequences a secret even from the other members of WARP. When the game was finished, he submitted a "clean" version (i.e. without the violent and disturbing story content of the complete version) for approval. He deliberately submitted the master late, knowing that part of the penalty was that he would have to deliver it by hand to the manufacturers in the USA. While on the plane ride to the USA, he switched the phony "clean" discs with the finalized discs, thus completely bypassing all censorship.
Eno was a fucking boss. A lunatic, but still a boss.
It's 4 AM
Where is the control our lifes?
It's 2 AM here
>tfw living in the worst part of the country
I thought the implication was you didn't know who Max Headroom is and you're so young you thought that picture was Eminem-related
If it just reminded you of the song, my bad
>The game gained controversy when it was discovered that designer Jacques Servin inserted sprites of shirtless "himbos" (male bimbos) in Speedo trunks who hugged and kissed each other, who appear in great numbers on certain dates. Their fluorescent nipples were drawn with a special rendering mode usually reserved for fog-piercing runway landing lights, so they could easily be seen from long distances in bad weather. A bug caused hundreds of himbos to swarm and crowd around the helicopter, where they would be slashed up by the blades, and then need to be air-lifted to the hospital—which earned the player easy money. The easter egg was caught shortly after release and removed from future copies of the game.
>The designer was fired afterwards for adding unauthorized content (which delayed the release of the game, and caused Maxis to miss Christmas season). He cited his actions as a response to the intolerable working conditions he allegedly suffered at Maxis.
>Some months later, a group named RTMark announced its existence and claimed responsibility for the himbos being inserted into the game along with 16 other acts of "creative subversion." Servin stated that he had received a money order of $5,000 from RTMark for the prank.
I guess Hot Coffee too
No one fucking knows. Authorities saying it was a suicide even though everything is pointing at foul play/weird shit. Hell, there are a few chilling coincidences too like the tuberculosis outbreak and
name of the kit to test for it.
I remember some journalist or random dude was playing Dayz.
Him and his buddies got taken hostage by a group of bandits.
They killed on of his friend off and forced them back to their base.
He was tweeting the entire experience.
Whensome asked why he didnt just quit he said it was because it ruined the immersion.
Its the government covering up shit again
>When I released D on the PlayStation... the sales people gathered orders for 100,000 units, but Sony had given their other titles manufacturing priority. So Sony told me that they had only manufactured 40,000 units... But then, in the end, they had actually only manufactured only 28,000 units, which is very bad. So the sales people had gotten 100,000 preorders from retailers, but Sony wasn't able to manufacture all of them. I was very pissed about that, because one title like that for a small company is very important. If that game doesn't sell well, then that's very bad for the company
I don't blame him
TB test kits are called Lam-Elisa, and there was an outbreak of TB in her area during the time she died. Her name was Elisa Lam.
The way she was acting during the video doesn't help, nor the fact that
the elevator closed AFTER she left.
I was at a
partyone time where this guy who was a friend of a friend or something brought a relatively young looking girl. They disappeared off into his car for twenty minutes and came back in. It was very apparent they banged. She was picked up by some friends of hers shortly after.
Someone then told the dude that she was in fact 14 and he burst into drunk tears. It was amazing.
>Got high on weed
>Disappeared from weed trip and probably died somewhere
>Government covering it up because it could fuck up pot lobbyist profit (Even though people dying from any drug or drug lacing is common e.g. Colorado.)
>American in a nutshell
Jesus Christ, I was still reading about this stuff as I made the post, hadn't gotten to what the kits were called...
That's kinda fucked up. Sounds like something out of a cheesy thriller or horror film.
>They had to cut the water tank open to get her body out
This is fucked up on so many levels
>gets some sweet loli pussy
>starts fucking crying like a little bitch afterwards
>So I was talking to a guy at Sony, and this was toward the end of the year, and I said, "OK, I'm going to go to [Japanese electronics retailer] Bic Camera, and if I don't see my game there, I'm going to punch you." and they said, "No don't worry about it. It's going to be there." And I went to Bic Camera and didn't find it, so I actually did punch this guy -- so that should tell you how mad I was. Interesting, interesting. I was originally creating Real Sound for Sony because, originally, I liked Sony. All of the electronics in my house were Sony branded. That's the irony.
Eno didn't take shit from anybody.
Quite frankly, that is by far the most likely thing that happened. She probably had encephalopathy from the TB, causing her to act weird, kill herself and then spread tb to other peopl
Spooky scary skeletons
And the LAM-ELISA kit was only named that because it was the particular strain of TB she had?
Doesn't sound too crazy if I put it that way.
Did we just solve it? Because that seems too obvious?
Is the person who sealed Elisa Lam inside the tank
a Trauma Center villain?
Seems like a weird target for the mob
Why not? Who knows what she was into. Maybe she was a junkie buying her shit from them? Maybe she owed them money? Witnessed something? They're the mob, who knows what she could have done to bring about their ire?
it's not even worth watching, honestly
it's just thirty seconds of IRL cboyardee and Dilbert and he's like "I wonder what shenanigans he's going to get into this time" or some shit
>The 2005 film Dark Water (a remake of a 2002 Japanese movie by the same name) tells the story of a young woman found drowned in a hotel water tank. A scene in the movie depicts an elevator malfunctioning, and a character is named Cecilia.
>Elisa Lam died at the Cecil Hotel
At first I thought the movie was paying homage, or taking stuff from real life, as movies tend to do.
...Then I looked closer at the dates.
Ha ha no way that-
>Checking the info.
I got scared shitless when that happened to me on a server. Big letters popped up "THE SATAN IS POSSESING YOU'RE COMPUTER!!!" on the server i was playing and the disk drive started opening and closing itself.
>Reading up on this while being tired as fuck
I think I should go to sleep now /v/
>the original security cam video of Elisa Lam might have had about a minute of it edited out
You know how some of the games have those spoopy abandoned mansions?
Some of them are haunted.
Visit late at night and NPCs with no walking animations can appear, and when you follow them, they're nowhere to be found.
At least the twitter still exists.
>tfw when I found it for the first time
No, they aren't
You guys ever been to one of those deathmatch classic servers lately? It's scary as shit when bots post pre-made messages of have never ending conversations that are still going on to this day if the server is up.
If I had to venture a guess the killer was someone on the hotel staff with access to the elevator controls. Would also explain why some of the video footage is apparently missing, to cover up his tracks. Or it could be some supernatural shit, I'm open to either.
Nearly ever elevator I've ever come in contact with ignores the door-open button after like 20 seconds of being held open. Even if she had been slamming it nonstop, it would have closed anyway.
>mfw reading this thread
>it's already 11fm
>won't be going to sleep
>his time is radio frequencies
Since mysteries seem to be a topic in this thread, does anyone remember the one about an island community of pilgrims that disappeared, and the only thing out of place anyone found on the island was a word engraved on a wooden fence-post? I think later on the same word was found written in the captains log of a ship, the crew of which had also vanished.
Oh man, I forgot about the Corrupted Blood plague.
My favorite part was the anti-terrorism officials considered it a threatening act that people perpetrated a virtual act of bioterrorism, as if it had real-world implications.
Some dweebs were trolling an online game with a stupid bug, and the gubment calls it training for a REAL BIOLOGICAL ATTACK ON MERICA
the word croatoan was carved into the tree which was a native American settlement, then people found native Americans with blue eyes and other none native American characteristics, turned out the settlers went native so to speak
I met some guy on Diablo 2 that asked me if I wanted my CD drive opened. I said yes and it opened. That's the end of my tale, I hope you liked it.
Not a real mystery. A bunch of pilgrims moved in with some native americans, because the native americans knew how the fuck to survive off the land. They carved the name of the settlement the natives lived on into the tree, so people would know where they went.
Don't you dare mention that stupid thing about the naked radioactive russian people and the avalanche, either.
No. That...That's impossible. That can't be.
That fucking picture got me. Fucking ferrets man.
Because it's a story about how some Russians went camping, got avalanche'd on, got hypothermia and died, and had their soft parts yanked out by scavenging animals.
People have jazzed that story up to be about aliums or secret russia super weapons, or bigfoots or whatever, and it's all a bunch of hooie.
And were they
I'm retarded, can someone explain to me why this is a big deal?
In part of Shin Megami Tensei IV, you're exploring post-nuclear Tokyo, and barely anybody's alive. In some of the old underground shelters, you can still talk to some of the ghosts trapped there by a Mayan suicide deity. Except everytime you talk to one, they greet you with a horrifying, grotesque, and unusually loud "YOU'RE ALIVE" that sounds unlike any other character in the game.
There's also a short time frame where you can rescue kids that are being experimented on. After they exit your view, the game just hangs on the scene for a few seconds, and then you hear this warped, disgusting sound of chewing and swallowing outside.
SMT I and IV really has this spooky, surreal horror element that Nocturne and even II don't have.
Holy crap, this is amazing. I would love to see a MMO based on disasters.
Like a rare plague that has 0,1% of chance of appearing when killing a certain monster, or earthquakes, big monsters invasions, volcanic eruptions or even floods making impossible to go to certain cities over a X amount of time.
MMO these days are all about waifus and not much of a "virtual world".
Since this is basically a "general weird shit" thread at this point, here's something that's fascinated me ever since I first heard about it.
Basically a hypersonic cruise missile, the size of a diesel locomotive, carrying 16 thermonuclear sub-munitions and powered by a nuclear fission reactor. A weapon to surpass Metal Gear.
>Every mystery must be nightmare inducing.
I thought the thread was about mysteries and such. This one is about the greatest mystery of all. I guess there are some unsettling images that happen fairly suddenly around the mid part, but all in all it's pretty damn good.
General weird shit?
Does anyone know of the one video with the creepy robot girl, made to look like a doll? She moves, and has some Microsoft Sam voice, and sings some voice. She spazzes out while singing, and eventually it cuts to a view of some hills and zooms in on them.
Anyone know what I'm talking about? And anyone know the backstory behind it?
Y'all wanna feel some existential dread? Try this some time.
Go to a place with very little light pollution on a clear night. Lay down, and look up into the sky. Realize that we're all just bacteria riding this rock through the cold void of space.
I don't know about you, but that makes me sick to my stomach.
Also, scary thought: Space is literally endless. It goes on forever.
Scarier thought: Space is not endless, and we have no idea what's on the outside.
>The use of a nuclear engine in the airframe promised to give the missile staggering and unprecedented low-altitude range, estimated to be roughly 113,000 miles (182,000 km) (over four and a half times the equatorial circumference of the earth). The engine also acted as a secondary weapon for the missile: direct neutron radiation from the virtually unshielded reactor would sicken, injure, and/or kill living things beneath the flight path; the stream of fallout left in its wake would poison enemy territory; and its strategically selected crash site would receive intense radioactive contamination. In addition, the sonic shockwaves given off by its passage would damage ground installations.
In the early 60's the US government planned to build an entire wing of these bad boys.
>it was designed and made into a scale model by Julijonas Urbonas, a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art in London. Urbonas, who has worked at an amusement park, stated that the goal of his concept roller coaster is to take lives "with elegance and euphoria
You're either high, euphoric, or both. We're more than just germs on a rock in space, human beings were created with a purpose.
The unplanned organism is a question asked by nature, and answered by death. You're a different kind of question, with a different kind of answer.
Look at it this way. Maybe in one of those lives, you'll get to do something cool, like drive a racecar out of a plane and then parachute into a hottub full of babes.
Or be a tiger. Being a tiger would be REALLY cool.
Here you go.
This is what happens
How fucked are you?
You know there is an vast reservoir of water that is equal to 140 trillion times the water in our ocean floating somewhere in space?
And you thought OUR deep sea threads were creepy.
I've always had an idea that you just live out every life ever. I'm pretty sure some "creepy"pasta laid out a similar notion, but it seems to make more sense than... I don't know, nothing. I can't even wrap my head around there just being nothingness after I die, if that's what will happen.
That is probably more scary than most horror games in this day.
Sometimes it makes me think that the universe is just a microorganism, and we're just tiny molecules and what we think is a gorillion years is actually just a few seconds to whatever.
and those larger than us are also microorganisms to even larger guys[/spoilers]
KURWA ZES MAC
what the fucking hell did I just watch. This is why my parents to get out of that shit hole.
>human beings were created with a purpose
That's an extraordinary claim, bro-brah.
What purpose? Who/what created us? Is our planet the only one ordained to house life? If so, why? If not, why not? Who created life on other worlds? The same god? A race of gods? If there is a god, and he was so involved in the world so long ago, where is he now?
I'm not telling you you're wrong, I just think these are important questions.
>Scarier thought: Space is not endless, and we have no idea what's on the outside.
There's only one possibility. Whatever is outside has to be bigger than Space itself.
But what could be this big? There's only one answer;
Dude, that's not scary. Its awesome and special. Just embrace it.
We are the bacteria that that lives on our body.
We made everything around us with star dust. The stuff that helped make us!
Everything is vibrating.
What are you? 17¿ Just enjoy it!
The point is, none of you retards are right, and none of you retards are wrong. The most we can do is live our lives and wait for our end to come.
And if there actually is an afterlife, we could place bets right now whether it exists or not. I got twenty Heavenbux on reincarnation.
Why the fuck was this in a children's movie? The song before this one was "I'm a frog" and it was a cheerful tune about frogs. And then BOOM high octane nightmare fuel.
At least the song is sorta catchy
If other life really exists, do you have any idea what kind of fucked up shit could exist? Their bodies won't be limited by our oxygen and carbon dioxide-dominated air, and they could have wildly different weather patterns, or their gravity could be so much lower, or any amount of different variables.
It's the sound. Silent or ambient youtube vids scare the fuck out of me for whatever reason, more than any other thing. Goddess Bunny is horrifying to me, but Max Headroom I don't find creepy at all.
>looking at any images, links, or videos in one of /v/'s sleep-deprived existential threads
What the fuck are you doing man?
Except this one obviously.
If we create very intelligent AI, how would anyone know that it doesn't feel negative feelings(or some sort of pain)? I'm talking about the level of intelligence not far away from the average human, more intelligent than an animal. After all, we're just a different type of machine, using electrical pulses to control ourselves. Where's the limit? When we're finally able to create powerful artificial intelligence, wouldn't we have made life?
WHERE IS THE LIMIT
She's also already with someone just like you in addition to someone just like you but sexy as well who keep the 'just like you' guy as a pet for their amusement.
Infinite possiblities ends up creating a hell of a lot of retarded shit.
So I don't understand. Was the Euthanasia-coaster meant to be some sort of goof? Or art piece? Or was that dude honestly suggesting that the best way to euthanize people is for them to do loop-de-loops until they die?
Because I can't tell if that's insane or rad as heck.
An MMO called Shadowbane got completely hijacked once, with the hijackers sending cities underwater, drowning everyone, and unleashing max level mobs in hordes all across the game world, ruining it for everyone.
There have been spooky threads 100x better than this one, and existential threads 100x better than this one.
Right now it's Al Gore hour at the Philosophy 101 Show. Weak and overthought shit.
Other than the post I quoted
It's the latter. It's obviously entirely hypothetical and there really is no need for there to e ver be an actual euthanasia coaster, but it would work and it would work well.
Holy shit I want that for my yearly haunted house now. I can see it now, a room made up where everything is "normal" but things are slightly off. Then everything suddenly goes to hell!