Impossible to Win

The game to troll your friends and the reason why you should stop taking out the trash.

QWOP, the world’s hardest game, much harder than Snubby Land’s The World’s Hardest Game.

Story

So when you clicked this, you must have been thinking somewhere along the lines of, “you stupid noob, time to start trolling,” and by all means, go enjoy yourself. Nonetheless, this is the touching story of an impoverish nation. An legend of epic proportions and forever encraved into the hall of fame as a game to troll people.

“You are Qwop, our small nation’s sole representative at the Olympic Games. Use QWOP keys to move your legs. Ideally you will run 100 metres… but our training program was under-funded. Remember, it’s not about whether you win or lose.”

Analysis

QWOP is a nearly impossible game without rage quitting in which you try to run by controlling each limb individually with each of the ‘Q’, ‘W’, ‘O’, and ‘P’ buttons which are associated with different calf or upper leg. Once you played this game, you’ll see why and how he made it to the Olympic Games.

QWOP

The character is not even human. His DNA is obviously mutated because normal humans don’t bend like this guy. Seriously this guy is an abomination. His limbs contain as much as zero cartilage. He has an IQ of a peanut but not required to participate in the special olympics.

What kind of human twists/bent their limbs after a little fall? Obviously the rules of physics don’t apply to this game. The guy wasn’t even going that fast and furthermore, can anyone clarify how you break your knee after you knell backward when you’re going 1E-100? An utter disgrace to whatever nation this guy is from. Is there even any strategy to this game?

The educational value of this game is quite high, it’ll help children understand how to run properly when they grow older. Not only that, it makes time fly like butter thrown out the window.

The Most Difficult Game Ever Created Gameplay and Commentary

Years of Evolution

Trash?

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