Do you like taking tests? Who doesn’t, right? Have we got a deal for you. How would you like to pay money for the opportunity to further enrich your test-taking lifestyle? Now, keep in mind that these aren’t just any tests. These are test with astonishing yellow backgrounds and occasionally an image. You heard us right! Images!
Worst Case Scenario takes all of the fun from the best-selling books, in which you can learn how to survive all sorts of dire situations, and turns it into a boring, repetitive cycle of pain. Did you know that a Kodiak bear grows to only 9 feet tall, not 13 feet tall? Fascinating! So fascinating, in fact, that I’d like to be asked the same question about this twice in one sitting!
Like Whack-a-Mole only waaaaay more dangerous.
Granted, there are some interesting and enlightening facts tucked away in this bit of software (we now know how to safely dive into a dumpster from a great height), but the presentation is utterly dull and the game is simply not much fun, especially when there are probably a dozen or more free websites on the Internet with equally fascinating quizzes. And no, sharing my score with Facebook friends is not reason enough to warrant me paying a dollar plus tax for this when Facebook seems to exist solely for the purpose of providing me with an endless assortment of exciting quizzes.
Of course, should this pack of recycled questions no longer float your boat (or sink it which better fits with our theme here), you can always cough up extra dough for additional question packs with such ear-tickling titles as Deal With It and Likely Outcome. Yes, count us in for that.
So what’s the worst case scenario? You buying this game.