Epilepsy-inducing arcade games
Last updated on August 5, 2011, 8:17 by Sebastian Mihai
I'm not an epileptic and because of this, I don't usually notice game elements that may trigger a seizure in someone who suffers from epilepsy.
However, the game below just jumps out at me - literally. It's unholy how many flashing bits can be on-screen during the super moves. The writing, the gauges, background, foreground, a crazy chromatic cacophony!

Take a look; it's called Waku Waku 7 and it is a Neogeo MVS (of course) arcade game.

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