Penn and Teller host a series of "scam minigames" enabling the game owner to use them as pranks.
Did You Know?
The minigame "Desert Bus" was created in response to a controversy over violent content in video games. Penn Jillette
intended it to be most inoffensive game ever; its gameplay consisted of driving from Tucson, Arizona to Las Vegas, Nevada in real time at a maximum speed of 45 MPH, and the player is unable to pause the game, requiring 8 hours continuous play to complete, which earns the player 1 point. The maximum number of points that can be earned playing the game is 99, requiring over 33 days to complete in real time. See more
Button A means, "yeah." Button B means, "Yeah!" And Button C means "YEAH!" Not pressing any of the buttons means... you forgot to press one of the buttons.