Sports Fitness Test
This page is about a screamer of which the original copy was deleted.
It pretends to be a test by the American Association of Sports Medicine designed to rate the user's “sports brain” (described as the portion of the brain dedicated to various sports-related motor skills), and supposedly compared it to the scores of top athletes around the world once the test was done. The actual test consisted of three simple sports themed minigames, with the third one being the set-up for the screamer. Its premise was thus very similar to the Hand-Eye Coordination Test prank found on the same website, which also features three minigames for a similar purpose. In fact, the first and third of these minigames were almost identical in both pranks and only differ in their theme.
In the first game, the player was challenged to catch a baseball which moves in an erratic pattern across the screen in as little time as possible. The second game gave the player 15 seconds to press the left and right arrow keys as often as they can, in order to make an American football player run faster on-screen. In the third and final minigame, the player was supposed to follow a soccer ball moving along a wavy line around a soccer field with their mouse cursor, while the game keeps track of their accuracy. However, just before the ball is about to cross the halfway line for a second time, a shaking picture of Mike Tyson eating pasta with his mouth wide open popped up with a scream, and then softly says "Hi guys!" in a high-pitched voice.
There was a minor glitch in the baseball minigame. If the player clicks on the baseball symbol instead of the “Ready?” text to start the game, the mitt would stay at the bottom of the screen with a ball already in it, instead of following the mouse cursor like it is supposed to. The game would still work like normal, though.
NOTE: The following game contains a screamer!
- youtube.com/watch?v=S4LjKR-d_To • YouTube video preview