Real World Tragedy Equivalent: Dropping your phone in a bathroom stall and cracking the screen.
The first Superman game ever made, ladies and gentlemen. While comparing anything from the Atari 2600 to today's titles is a bit unfair, we had to include this title for the sheer 'WTF' factor.
While 'playing' this Atari 2600 title you really got to experience what it must have been like to be a vaguely human shaped block floundering about like an epileptic on a Tilt-a-Whirl. There's a phone booth that you walk into to become another block with what looks like a cape, or a poorly rendered prehensile tail. The screen changes colors randomly and without warning, bridges suddenly materialize and disintegrate for no reason, and it's all somehow your fault.
The game is more confusing than tragic, but it's still an unplayable mess that made the list because of how low it set the bar for future Superman games.