OmniBus is one of those games made for the Twitch streamers and YouTubers who overreact to everything. The game has purposefully broken physics meant to be funny but instead ends up negatively impacting the gameplay, unlike games such as Goat Simulator and QWOP that pull this feat off.
The story mode has you playing as OmniBus, a personified superhero bus. There isn’t much story to be had aside from brief dialogues at the start and end of each level which mostly consist of telling you your objective and thanking you for completing it. But no one is buying this game for the story in the first place.
If you’ve been on social media lately, you’ve probably seen someone reacting to a twist in a recentCaptain America comic that has the Cap revealing himself to be a double agent for the evil Hydra, as seen in the header above.
A lot of people are upset about it, maybe because Captain America was originally created by two Jewish men and Hydra are basically Nazis minus the imagery. Or maybe people just don’t like twists. Marvel poster boy Stan Lee called the twist “a good idea,” while comic book superfan and movie director Kevin Smith said it “could be fun but won’t be a canon change.”
Regardless of how you feel about the actual reveal, it spawned a meme of characters from other universes committing the same kind of double-agent twist, and many of the ones based on gaming are fantastic.