Beavis and Butthead

Little Thingies

"Suspiciously Solid Craftsmanship"

 - Moby Games 1996

Beavis and Butt-head in Little Thingies is a package of little arcade games containing the antiheroes of MTV's hit cartoon series Beavis and Butt-head. A unique collection of fast paced, seven addictive mini-games that feature cool dudes, like us, doing cool crap, like throwing food or watching TV or hocking loogies or, uh, other cool stuff.  Includes four minigames taken from another Beavis and Butt-head PC title, namely, Beavis and Butt-head in Virtual Stupidity, while the other three were specially written for this release. Embark on a quest by helping Beavis and Butthead avoid things that suck and find things that are cool.




Year 1996

Genre Action Strategy

Platform Windows 

Developer Viacom New Media

Publisher Viacom International

Role Product Manager

Mini Games

Bug Justice involves players using a magnifying glass to roast bugs in the sun while Court Chaos puts players in control of a tennis-ball machine where they attempt to hit passersby between the eyes (or in the groin) for extra points. Change It requires players to watch nine television screens and only click the remote on channels “that don’t suck.” Wrecked ‘em Ball finds the boys raiding a condemned nacho factory for some food, trying to avoid wrecking balls and other nasty obstacles. Hock-a-Loogie is a game in which players try to spit on pedestrians from stories above and Air Guitar allows players to enjoy some tunes on the boys’ favorite instrument. Last, but not least, Thank You Drive Thru is a game in which players must serve customers at the local burger joint in a minimal amount of time.

Print Reviews

CNET - 2002

NICE smart funny and useless.

My Abandonware - 1996

Whatever you may think of the subject matter, Beavis and Butt-head in Little Thingies is put together very well. The graphics are bright and colourful and look very well. Sound too is good. Each game is accompanied by a pounding rock soundtrack while Beavis and Butt-head make witty (if somewhat repetitive) comments. The games play well too. Mouse control is faultless and the difficulty of each game ramps up at just about the right level to maintain a challenge.

Internet Archive - 1996

The game’s are accompanied by various quips and comments from the dim-witted duo, as recorded by creator Mike Judge. 

Download - 2000 

You challenge each other to a spitting contest off the top of the high school. See if you can hit the principal walking below or the guy riding by on his bicycle.

Gamesloon - 2002

The tennis balls are flying fast and furious in Court Chaos. Use your mad tennis "skillz," dill-weed, and send them back at those tennis-playing cornholios. Everyone in the country club is after you. Survive their evil tennis onslaught!