I love how truncated or corrupt JPGs render (depending on the renderer). This was supposed to be a black and white image.
“Glitch art” can be really interesting as long as its generation doesn’t interfere with your work (like, say, through a software crash) or, in the case of interactive glitch art, you don’t have to use it. As much as I like Untitled Game for its concept, I wouldn’t want to play it for more than a brief moment. It’s fun enough to mess around with for a few minutes, though.
Related: NES Glitch Compilation (v1.3) (2001-2004). The classic Potatoland Shredder. Glitch Art & Design Aesthetics Book, new book from the glitch art site (link above) people.