It's time, I think, for gamers and game designers to laugh at gaming.
If you've laughed before, brilliant. You get extra credit. But I have to have seen it for it to count.
There's a contest, the Bulwer-Lytton fiction contest, where entrants are asked to submit the opening line to the worst novel never written. This contest will be a cousin. What do you think is bad? What do you think is so bad it's funny? What do you think is so bad it's comically awesome?
Your goal is to provide, in this thread, a summary, maybe 100-200 words, of an as-yet unwritten game that's unbelievably, hilariously, awesomely bad. Include whichever things about the game you think we'd need to know, like what you do, what's in the game, how conflict is resolved, etc.. Imagine the gaming equivalent of Plan 9 From Outer Space, or Springtime for Hitler, etc.
The trickiest part is this: for it to qualify, we, or at least some of us, need to believe that someone out there just might earnestly attempt to make such a game. Be subtle. Less is more.
Entries that are game supplements, like, say, GURPS: Six Feet Under, detailing embalming skills with various charts of violent death modifiers, cost to maintain funeral homes, the structural integrity of a hearse, and so on, get half credit.
Oh, and try not to be mean spirited about it.