Counting Sheep

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Counting Sheep was a flash screamer animation made by "Dragon" Nelson, originally hosted on in 2004, this is the first screamer that disguises as an innocent game (even theres gruesome images will abruptly appear at the end).

The game invites the player to count animated cartoon sheep that are jumping over a fence, letting them know they'll be asked how many sheep there were by the time it ends. As the game progresses, the Desert Palace Zone music from Sonic the Hedgehog 3 plays in the background (only used to make the game more innocent.), After counting 5 sheeps, a flurry of pictures of injured sheep and sheep carcasses accompanied by an extremely loud scream, similar to those that would be found in Offended. The game then cuts abruptly again, this time to a credits frame which has some text reading "LOSER.", "omg you suck", and a "Play again" button.

The site of this game does not exist anymore but can still be found in the archives of

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Censored: Counting Sheep

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NOTE: The following game contains an extremely loud screamer as well as extremely graphic content!

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19 months ago
Score 2++
The title of "loudest screamer in existence" is seriously between this and Disappearing Boat. I wouldn't be surprised if these two are capable of actually damaging your headphones even at volume levels under 50%.


19 months ago
Score 0++
Play the actual SWF itself and you'll see.

Anonymous #1

12 months ago
Score 1++
thats mean

Anonymous #2

11 months ago
Score 0++
Was the game really earrape that raped the headphones

Anonymous #3

8 months ago
Score 1++
This could be the loudest thing on Earth.
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