13 Games That Physically Hurt People
- Published on Apr 2, 2017
- From Battlefield 3 Simulator to Lightning Reaction Reloaded here are 13 Games That Physically Hurt People.
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7- Tekken Torture
Nothing beats playing a fighting game while being simultaneously shocked. Dubbed Tekken Torture, but fully known as the Tekken Torture Tournament, is a game of Tekken Three, but with a twist. Two players are dressed in arm straps that are wired directly to the game. The two players go at the game, but for every injury sustained in the game, the players receive a little electrical shock. Players were set up in the arm bands and had to battle each other until someone gave up. This version of Tekken is not for the weak willed, or those with a pacemaker.
6- Battlefield 3 Simulator
For the release of the upcoming Battlefield 3, a UK TV program, The Gadget Show, decided to set up an elaborate Battlefield 3 simulator. Players entered the simulator, fully dressed in their battle gear. They had a three hundred and sixty degree screen with a one hundred and eighty degree view that moved with your movement. The way to navigate the game was through panels on the floor that were individual treadmills linked to the PC game. Doesn’t sound that bad. The pain comes from the multiple paintball guns set up around you, shooting you if you get shot in the game, further emphasizing the reality of the simulation. Hopefully ice packs were available.
5- Lightning Reaction Reloaded
Need a party game to wow your friends? How about a game of quick reaction, testing out the old hand-eye coordination? A card game of speed could fulfill that for you and your friends, but if you and your buddies are a little more adventurous, then Lightning Reaction Reloaded is the game to play. Each player takes a hold of the silver joystick and select the number of players. Once that is done, then the game begins. In the center platform is button that will flash red. Once the button flashes green, you have to quickly press the button on your joystick. The slowest one receives an electric shock. With this game, you can also change modes to where every player except the fastest gets a shock and you can also control the level of shock. This will surely be a hit with grandma at the next sunday dinner.
4- Shocking Duel
Unlike other games where getting an electric shock is for punishment, Shocking Duel is a game that delivers the shock indiscriminately. The game is a simple one: two players grab onto the game handles and must hold onto the handle as electric shocks are being sent through them. The intensity goes up bit by bit and the first person to let go loses. It’s a game of endurance and sheer will and only the brave will come out on top.
Goodbye traditional PlayStation, and hello PainStation. The PainStation is basically a game of Pong, but with more painful consequences. Players steps up to the PainStation and places their left hand on the metal plates, while the other is used to turn the metal dial, controlling your paddle. The goal is simple: don’t let the ball get past you. If you let the ball get past your paddle, little icons appear behind your paddle indicating the form of punishment you get if you let the ball hit them. And there’s more than one punishment. You can get an electric shock, extreme heat, or get your hand whipped by a piece of wire. It’s a game that makes you think twice about how “boring” Pong can be.
2- Pokemon Go
When Pokemon Go was released, players flocked the streets and parks, all searching and hunting for their favorite Pokemon. The weeks following the release of Pokemon Go, many cases of injuries, even deaths, began to surface. Players nonchalantly played, unaware of their surroundings and boom, they got hurt, sometimes even severely. One person drove into a tree while playing the game on their phone while on the road, while another fell into a ditch and fractured their foot. Who knew invisible monsters were so dangerous?
1- Arm Spirit
A regular old arm wrestling game is out of the window when you have Arm Spirit. Arm Spirit is an arcade wrestling game that challenges players to a game of arm wrestling. The player battles the machine as the difficulty goes up level by level. Unfortunately you won’t find the game in arcades anymore due to them being recalled. The reason for the recall? The machine reportedly broke arms of some players. It’s safe to say that there are no complaints that this arm breaking machine is no longer available. Drink your milk kids.