Water, water everywhere and all the annoyances to be had. Check out the most agonizing water levels in games.
Water levels. You know them. You’ve probably grown up with them. All in all, they’re fairly wretched. Not all water levels are badly designed but by virtue of their gimmick, they can be incredibly frustrating to play through. Let’s take a look at 15 terrible water levels in video games that’ll make you question life itself. Probably.
Orange Ocean – Kirby Super Star
Kirby Super Star is easily one of the best games made. No question. But Orange Ocean, a level in Revenge of Meta Knight, is kind of annoying. It starts off with Kirby underwater and the game auto-scrolls, which is an immediate tilter. Not only is Kirby slower and unable to use most abilities but you also have to dodge cannon fire. Just make sure you don’t die to the auto-scrolling (because obviously there’s a section where that can happen).