Liquid Generation

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Liquid Generation
Liquid Generation.png
Liquid Generation logo.
Maker: Unknown
Type: Website
Release date: 2000

Liquid Generation was a humor and entertainment website founded in 2000. It produced and hosted a number of original animations, flash games, quizzes and videos, including recurring series like Angry Leprechaun, Suck My News, Who'd You Rather and Masterpiece Movie Reviews.

Since September 2016, the original homepage is no longer available and redirects to their LiquidGenerationTube YouTube channel instead. Later on in 2020, the website was brought back, but none of the sabotages remain.

One well-known feature of Liquid Generation was their long line of Sabotage screamers. These were a series of online pranks which masqueraded as legitimate flash applications, games or videos, but eventually lead up to a jump scare to startle and/or embarrass the viewer. While these screamers were properly filed under the Sabotage or Pranks category on the homepage, people were encouraged to share them with unsuspecting friends or colleagues, with some pranks even being specifically designed to be sent by email.

As a recurring theme, most of these screamers ended with a screen saying “You've been Sabotaged!” and a logo depicting a ninja's face, while a cheerful “Liquid Generation: Sabotage!” jingle played in the background. After the jingle, a cartoon ninja, who essentially served as the series' mascot, jumped down from the top of the screen and said “Click here for more Sabotage!” in a Japanese accent, after which he was crushed by the link to the Liquid Generation homepage.

The Liquid Generation Sabotage ninja animation.

Many of these pranks have been leaked to other games websites, often with no indication that they are screamers. There's also an unofficial YouTube channel hosting the footage of a large selection of these screamers, since they are no longer available on the homepage (link below).

List of Sabotage Pranks[edit]


NOTE: The following websites contains lots of screamers!

  • Liquid Generation YouTube channel:
  • Mirror:


Anonymous user #1

14 months ago
Score 3++
It's kind of a shame a lot of these can no longer be found due to the youtube channel being taken down and the site redirecting to a youtube channel.

Anonymous user #2

3 months ago
Score 1++
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