Games I’m glad were never made...

Games I’m glad were never made…

by Steve Napierski to Comics

Hard to believe it’s been almost two years since the previous installment of “Games I am glad were never made…”. I’ve always had a lot of fun making these. Plus, imagining Blanka destroying a keyboard with brute force and lots of electricity makes me chuckle.

Expect a lot of classic themes to reemerge as I get back into the swing of regularly creating exclusive content for Dueling Analogs. It should be fun.

  • Jasujo

    I think I’d play Hipster’s Quest …

    • Steve Napierski

      Funny thing is I actually have an idea of how to make Hipster’s Quest a payable game and it wouldn’t actually be that bad.

  • quietm4n

    I’m in for world of Pog I mean we have trading card games why not Pogs

  • LunarAura


    • Mipset

      Did you remember to do Blanka Lesson Number 6, Tape & Glue?

  • Triaxx

    I’d love to learn typing from Blanka. It’d be AWESOME.

  • White Rice

    It’s funny, I saw the thumbnail showing Blanka, and thought to myself “I know what would be funny: Blanka Teaches Typing!” I click the link and what do I get? Perfection, that’s what.

    Anyway, what would the health items in Hipsters Quest be? Are we going logical with non-fat-grand-ventrini-soy-mocha-latta-pressos with extra whipped cream, or slightly obscure, and go with hotdogs?

  • Jimmy T

    Wow, it’s hard to believe that it’s even been two years since I’ve followed this comic, let alone two years since the last Games I’m Glad Were Never Made!

  • stoutfiles

    I’m pretty sure all of these games would be fun. Nice try though.

  • Slywolf15

    Do you think you will ever pick up, “Rejected Mega man Villains” again? The mavericks were pretty cool but I always enjoyed the old ones, heck I still have the poster framed and everything, hehe

  • Nemo

    POGs one of the most STUPID things ever…

    and someone make a shit load of money off of it.

    the POG guy and the PET ROCK guy are sitting in Fiji now laughing their asses off.

    • MarkSWH

      I take it that in the US they were just collected but never played with? Here it was the opposite – we usually had a tower of common pogs and each one of us had a plastic encased/slightly metallic pog and never bought anything else – we played the game and had fun. But then again, maybe that’s because I was 5-6 and I would have find anything awesome…