Sabotage: What's Wrong With This Picture

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For other screamers named "What's Wrong With This Picture?", see the Disambiguation Page.

This page is about a screamer or shock site of which the original copy was deleted.
The Second version

What's Wrong With This Picture? was a series of flash animations based on What's Wrong, which was first launched in 2002. The animation first shows a message asking the player to find something wrong with the picture and after a few seconds, a screamer appears along with a loud scream, but the series was later removed after Liquid Generation went down.

All Series[edit | edit source]

What's Wrong #1[edit | edit source]

The game instructs the player to find something wrong with a photograph of a black and white bedroom from 1969, forcing the player to look at their computer screen. After a few seconds, with a woman with no eyes from "The Beyond" appears along with the same scream from Optical Illusions.

What's Wrong #2[edit | edit source]

There was a second version of this where the image was an old pipe factory, but after a short second, a zombie mask leaps up with a loud roar, the animation then shows the Sabotage outro where the ninja jumps from the top of the screen, then says: "You got sabotaged" and a link to Liquid Generation crushes him.

Third Version[edit | edit source]

There is a third version was added to this series in September 2003, but the animated file of the screamer was not archived on Wayback Machine. There was actually an archive, but it leads to an official Liquid Generation channel after it shuts down, and there is no way to play the third version. [1]

Links[edit | edit source]

  1. The archive of the third version.

NOTE: The following animations contains screamers!

  • • 1st version
  • • 2nd version

Comments[edit | edit source]

Anonymous #1

10 months ago
Score 0++
The first black and white image is creepy af

Anonymous #2

10 months ago
Score 1++
Is there really anything wrong with it thoug??
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