Summary: first off the bad it takes really long to get enough money in the game to get....things. the good now If you do play this at work be prepared to pass your psp around. it's an infectious game all together. This game is full of silly little mini-games and "tools" (like aps on I-phone) you didn't know you would use. Last word....ramen timer.
Summary: The premise of the game is quite clever: a series of mini-games that are supposed to mimic one job or another, or something else to pass the time. You can do things like separate the female chicks from the male chicks, put the tops on the pens, or stab the probe between the fingers. Either way, the game gets pretty old pretty quick, and the mini-games start losing their appeal just as quickly.
Summary: So I've played for maybe 5 months now, and the games are okay, some are fun, and some are awesome! The games some times are SUPER HARD! Some are a little too easy, like the Pen game, where you just put caps on pens...I got addicted because the emails that you get in the game are fake, but HILARIOUS! Like one kid kept sending me ones like "I crossed the pacific using only my farts.
Summary: I bought this game not too long after it came out. I'm still playing it. If I take my PSP and only one game somewhere in anticipation of a little time to kill, there is a good chance that one game will be WTF. If you've read this far, you know that WTF is a collection of minigames. My personal favorites are Buddha's Quest (a string of turn-based-RPG-style battles, gleefully ripping off the 8-bit era Dragon Warrior/Dragon Quest battle system), Cliff Race 2000 (stop your...
Summary: ... but I can't put this stupid game down! I spent almost an hour just putting the caps on pens and buying stupid plastic figures out of a gumball machine. This is one of those time-waster type games that keep you hooked for reasons you aren't even fully aware of. Some of the games include sorting baby chickens into groups (male, female and "Heaven," and god forbid you send a live one into the Heaven pile), punching flying coffee cups, catching baseballs, cutting...
Summary: WTF for the PSP is definitely the strangest game I have ever played. I bought it on a whim at Toys R Us. It was priced at $9.98, but since it was on the clearance rack, it was an additional 20% off, so I got it for $7.98. I have a hard time resisting games priced in that price range.
Summary: This is a fun collection of about 40 bizarre mini games. You start with only a few games that you play to earn money which you can spend in vending machines to receive trinkets, tools, and more games. Most of the games the novelty wears off after playing a few times, however there are several games that are fun and addicting. I find myself playing WTF when I have 10-15 minutes to kill.
Good mindless game, but some challenges are actually hard!
Emily E. Brown "EmCole77", Amazon
27 March 2007
Summary: We bought this PSP game to entertain ourselves on an international flight. It's basically a bunch of games. One that my husband plays persistently is simply a "quality control" game where you have to put pen caps on pens correctly. You get money and earn rank at the "business." It's good fun for those who don't like long-term strategy games or sports games. It's a nice change of pace from the typical arcade games too.
Summary: WTF is a really neat game. When I first started playing it, I didn't know what to think of it aside from it was really strange. Then the more and more you play it, the more and more you just can't put it down. Basically, the game is a whole bunch of mini games that you play to earn money which you can then spend in vending machines where you earn strange trinkets, new mini games, and "tools". The mini games are like I said, mindless, but fun none the less.