Bubsy 3D: Bubsy Visits the James Turrell Retrospective (or just Arcane Kids' Bubsy 3D to make things easier) is an online platformer game made by The Arcane Kids as a nod to artist James Turrell and fan-made Bubsy tribute in ode to the 18th anniversery of the original PlayStation game, Bubsy 3D. In accordance with the original game's infamous awfulness, the game was made intentionally bad to revel in its stupidity.
Bubsy is on a casual trip to the James Turrell Retrospective, a real-life exhibit that explores 50 years in the artist's career. The game seems okay, but spirals into insane territory, as Bubsy takes a coffin bobsled ride straight into Hell.
Why it sucks (but in a good way)
Note: As stated, the game was made intentionally bad in honor of Bubsy 3D.
Every single problem that plagued Bubsy 3D is in this game. Uncontrollable camera, terrible graphics and of course, Bubsy's obnoxiousness. Although the control was fixed, so you can run freely, but very slowly.
As if the game's concept wasn't enough, the game ends with The Arcane Kids leaving a message saying: ""After you have played Bubsy 3D and understand art a little better, Arcane Kids encourages you to go visit an art museum in your area and quit video games."
Play the game here.
- You receive a cheat code once you finish the game which is "Ghost". Inputting the cheat will make Bubsy see-through and be able to fly by rapidly pressing the spacebar.