Fire up CrazyBus and you'll hear theme music that is either an avant-garde chiptune masterpiece or pure ear-boggling torture, depending on your taste. That's because CrazyBus was originally a Venezualan tech demo created to take the Sega Genesis' sound chip to its limits. CrazyBus has since been sold as a game, however, and in that capacity it makes Desert Bus – a game so boring it's played as an endurance sport for charity – seem like a pleasant way to spend your time. Choose one of its flickering, low-res photos of buses and then drive it across the screen by holding down the D-pad, pausing only to honk your horn for no reason. That's the entire game, which you can now buy on Etsy, where you get all your quality games.