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June 15, 2010

the vuvuzela

I made you a worldcup football simulator, here's the vuvuzela. Don't take this 'game' too serious, I made it in a spare half hour ;)

22 comments:

Mantaraya said...

LOL... Hey Bart, is this a candidate for the top ten? :-)

Anonymous said...

I like it (and it's pretty random), but seriously; one comment on this thing?! Are you serious????????

Anonymous said...

Like it:)
vuvuzela = :(

Anonymous said...

HAHAHA!! Those horns really make the World Cup almost unwatchable.

4tje said...

LOL!! I could stand it for 4 seconds and that was already too much xD

Anonymous said...

I lasted 8 seconds; surely a record! Great joke, Bart!

Mora said...

loooool .. good joke Bart :)
you're brilliant ;P

Fikjen said...

I want one!!!

candy said...

just turn the sound off ;)

Kris said...

So annoying, and so funny!

Ann Quark said...

Here you will find any information you would like to get on that pseudo-horn, which is really not traditional at all, and apparently appeared in football stadiums for the first time in... Mexico (in the 1970s) ! Héhéhé.

Nebula said...

I lasted 1100+ seconds. It. Was. CRAZY!

NotMarian said...

256 seconds. I played the Soccer Ball game while listening to it. I couldn't get past a level that I had breezed through earlier.

Joelle said...

Ah, so THIS is why they want it banned from the event. lol

Anonymous said...

I love the vuvuzela sound, I looove it, I'm listening your game for more than 20min, I LOOOOVE IT !

Anonymous said...

AAH! I can;\'t take tore than 81 seconds

AJ said...

Oh my goodness!!!!! Only 23 seconds and my ears are still ringing! Good one Bart. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Guys. I live here in South Africa and I can't stand these things. They can really damage your hearing and makes watching a game on TV very unpleasant. Why the vuvuzela is such a phenomena is beyond my pea brain!

Anonymous said...

LMAO!
Perfect!!!

Anonymous said...

just turn your sound off and then go play a different game but leave the window open

XD

Anonymous said...

...by "window open" i mean leave "vuvuzela" dont close it

Anonymous said...

funny :)

 

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