History NightmareFuel / CarnEvil

5th Jan '16 8:13:05 PM DoppleDelta
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* The ending of the game. The heroes manage to beat Tökkentäkker and send [=CarnEvil=] back to the underworld, just barely surviving a fall from an exploding Zeppelin. They wake up, its daytime and they're back in front of Tökkentäkker's grave. [[spoiler: There's a sudden clatter, and a new token is dispensed. Our hero picks it up, obviously considering it for a moment...and then, despite Betty's pleas, he ''promptly inserts it into the Umlaut statue's mouth!'' The game ends on Umlaut's eyes opening as the screen darkens, his evil laughter rising above Betty's scream of terror.]]
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* The ending of the game. The heroes manage to beat Tökkentäkker and send [=CarnEvil=] back to the underworld, just barely surviving a fall from an exploding Zeppelin. They wake up, its daytime and they're back in front of Tökkentäkker's grave. [[spoiler: There's a sudden clatter, and a new token is dispensed. Our hero picks it up, obviously considering it for a moment...and then, despite Betty's pleas, he ''promptly ''[[OhNoNotAgain promptly inserts it into the Umlaut statue's mouth!'' mouth!]]'' The game ends on Umlaut's eyes opening as the screen darkens, his evil laughter rising above Betty's scream of terror.]]
29th Aug '15 4:45:43 PM colourblindzebra
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** Once the player gets up on the roof and glances over the edge, a passing wagon knocks them off the roof and into an open grave with a headstone reading, "Rest in Pieces".
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** Once the player gets up on the roof and glances over the edge, a passing wagon car knocks them off the roof and into an open grave with a headstone reading, "Rest in Pieces".
29th Aug '15 4:43:20 PM colourblindzebra
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the option to replace Junior with Deaddy was in every version.
** Hell, Midway eventually released a version that added the option to replace Junior with a somewhat less disturbing boss--a humungous and demonic [[KillerTeddyBear teddy bear monster]], appropriately-named Deaddy.
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** Hell, Midway eventually released a version that added In the dip switches there is an option to replace Junior with a somewhat less disturbing boss--a humungous huge and demonic [[KillerTeddyBear teddy bear monster]], appropriately-named Deaddy.
29th Aug '15 2:36:52 PM colourblindzebra
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* When Evil Marie is defeated, she gets [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice impaled]] on the spire of the tomb. Her blood is seen flowing into the water, turning it red as the screen fades to black. Especially worth noting, as this is the only boss [[spoiler: not counting Tökkentäkker himself]] to feature the camera showing different shots of the death to maximize its horror.
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* When Evil Marie is defeated, she gets [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice impaled]] on the spire of the tomb.a fountain. Her blood is seen flowing into the water, turning it red as the screen fades to black. Especially worth noting, as this is the only boss [[spoiler: not counting Tökkentäkker himself]] to feature the camera showing different shots of the death to maximize its horror.
29th Aug '15 7:07:34 AM colourblindzebra
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* The center ring in the Big Top opens to reveal what looks like an operating room, and it becomes clear that Tökkentäkker plans to put your brain in the body of the "Great Ape" -- a gorilla with a chain gun arm -- which was featured on the poster that you may have seen upon entering. How, you ask? By sending a wave of demonic clown surgeons to saw your skull open!
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* The center ring in the Big Top opens to reveal what looks like an operating room, and it becomes clear that Tökkentäkker plans to put your brain in the body of the "Great Ape" "Ape" -- a gorilla with a chain gun arm arms -- which was featured on the poster that you may have seen upon entering. How, you ask? By sending a wave of demonic clown surgeons to saw your skull open!
15th Jul '15 9:52:17 PM AjWargo
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* The flying clown head spouting gory rhymes, while more subtle than everything else on this list, doesn't help.
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* The flying clown head Umlaut spouting gory rhymes, rhymes before each level, while more subtle than everything else on this list, doesn't help.
22nd Jan '15 7:48:53 PM ZanyDragon
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** Hell, Midway eventually released a version that added the option to replace Junior with a somewhat less distrubing boss--a humungous and demonic teddy bear monster, appropriately-named Deaddy.
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** Hell, Midway eventually released a version that added the option to replace Junior with a somewhat less distrubing disturbing boss--a humungous and demonic [[KillerTeddyBear teddy bear monster, monster]], appropriately-named Deaddy.

* When Evil Marie is defeated, she gets [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice impaled]] on the spire of the tomb. Her blood is seen flowing into the water, turning it red as the screen fades to black. Especially worth noting, as this is the only boss [[spoiler: not counting Tokkentaker himself]] to feature the camera showing different shots of the death to maximize its horror.
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* When Evil Marie is defeated, she gets [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice impaled]] on the spire of the tomb. Her blood is seen flowing into the water, turning it red as the screen fades to black. Especially worth noting, as this is the only boss [[spoiler: not counting Tokkentaker Tökkentäkker himself]] to feature the camera showing different shots of the death to maximize its horror.
13th Jan '15 8:36:09 PM Lonephantom
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** But the kitchen has got to be the most disturbing section. You notice the human carcasses being butchered by the zombies. ** Enemies pop out of secret passageways and holes in the walls.
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** But Special mention goes to the kitchen has got to be the most kitchen, which is easily one of--if not ''the''--most disturbing section. You section in the manor. You'll notice the human carcasses being butchered by the zombies. zombies...and then you might remember that the protagonist and Betty were part of a tour group in the prologue. [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Whatever happened to them]], [[FridgeHorror hmm?]] ** Enemies pop out of secret passageways and holes in the walls.walls, [[JumpScare often without warning.]]

* The center ring in the Big Top opens to reveal what looks like an operating room, and you find that Tökkentäkker plans to put your brain in the body of the "Great Ape" -- a gorilla with a chain gun arm -- which was featured on the poster that you may have seen upon entering. * The ending of the game. The heroes manage to beat Tökkentäkker and send [=CarnEvil=] back to the underworld, just barely surviving a fall from an exploding Zeppelin. They wake up, its daytime and they're back in front of Tökkentäkker's grave [[spoiler: to which a new token is suddenly dispensed. Our hero promptly inserts it into the Umlaut Statue's mouth despite Betty's pleadings. The game ends on Umlaut's eyes opening as the screen darkens around them, he chuckles evilly while Betty lets out a scream.]]
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* The center ring in the Big Top opens to reveal what looks like an operating room, and you find it becomes clear that Tökkentäkker plans to put your brain in the body of the "Great Ape" -- a gorilla with a chain gun arm -- which was featured on the poster that you may have seen upon entering. entering. How, you ask? By sending a wave of demonic clown surgeons to saw your skull open! * The ending of the game. The heroes manage to beat Tökkentäkker and send [=CarnEvil=] back to the underworld, just barely surviving a fall from an exploding Zeppelin. They wake up, its daytime and they're back in front of Tökkentäkker's grave grave. [[spoiler: to which There's a sudden clatter, and a new token is suddenly dispensed. Our hero promptly picks it up, obviously considering it for a moment...and then, despite Betty's pleas, he ''promptly inserts it into the Umlaut Statue's mouth despite Betty's pleadings. statue's mouth!'' The game ends on Umlaut's eyes opening as the screen darkens around them, he chuckles evilly while Betty lets out a scream.darkens, his evil laughter rising above Betty's scream of terror.]]
13th Jan '15 8:26:51 PM Lonephantom
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* The horrific boss fight with Junior, a gigantic FrankensteinsMonster baby that chases you around a huge baby cage/arena, complete with giant toys, while a very eerie version of "Pop Goes the Weasel" plays. The only way to kill him is to electrify him and reduce him to a huge pile of ashes. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD-d8_DTrJE Check out by yourself, if you dare]]. Hell, Midway eventually released a version that added the option to replace Junior with a slightly less (but still) scary teddy bear monster named Deaddy. * The rides in Rickety Town are dangerous. The "Slay Ride" roller coaster is unfinished, so it's definitely true to its name. One of the seats in the "Dino-Rama" tilt-a-whirl flies right off the platform, and in the "Garage", the bumper car crashes into the wall, sending the players right through. And in case no one has noticed, none of the rides have any seatbelts or safety harnesses. * When Evil Marie is defeated, she gets [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice impaled]] on the spire of the tomb. Her blood is seen flowing into the water, turning it red as the screen fades to black. * Even the mooks are drop-dead horrifying, continuing to smile their frozen, goofy grins even after you've blown half their heads off and severed their limbs. You can even shoot their bodies [[StrippedToTheBone down to the bone]] or blast them to pieces. The flying clown head spouting gory rhymes doesn't help either.
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* The horrific boss fight with Junior, a gigantic infantile FrankensteinsMonster baby that chases you around a huge baby cage/arena, playpen/arena, complete with giant toys, while a very eerie version of "Pop Goes the Weasel" plays. The only way to kill him is finish it off turns out to electrify him and reduce him be having to shoot it so that it stumbles back into the crib-esque "lightning bed" that revived it--the electrical discharge ends up reducing Junior to a huge pile of ashes. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD-d8_DTrJE Check out by yourself, if you dare]]. dare]]. ** Hell, Midway eventually released a version that added the option to replace Junior with a slightly somewhat less (but still) scary distrubing boss--a humungous and demonic teddy bear monster named monster, appropriately-named Deaddy. * The rides in Rickety Town are dangerous. The "Slay Ride" roller coaster is unfinished, so it's definitely true to its name. One of the seats in the "Dino-Rama" tilt-a-whirl flies right off the platform, and in the "Garage", the bumper car crashes into the wall, sending the players right through. And in case no one has noticed, none of the rides have any seatbelts or safety harnesses. harnesses. In short? AdultFear at its finest. * When Evil Marie is defeated, she gets [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice impaled]] on the spire of the tomb. Her blood is seen flowing into the water, turning it red as the screen fades to black. black. Especially worth noting, as this is the only boss [[spoiler: not counting Tokkentaker himself]] to feature the camera showing different shots of the death to maximize its horror. * Even the mooks are that ''aren't'' straight-up zombies, like the FlapJack acrobats and the gas station attendants, remain drop-dead horrifying, continuing to smile their horrifying--they keep on flashing those frozen, goofy grins even after you've blown half their heads off and severed their limbs. You can even shoot their bodies [[StrippedToTheBone down to the bone]] or blast them to pieces. * The flying clown head spouting gory rhymes rhymes, while more subtle than everything else on this list, doesn't help either.help.
13th Jan '15 8:19:16 PM Lonephantom
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Editing the Freakshow level, making some corrections and expansions. For one thing, there's nothing to suggest that one of the enemy types was brainwashed.
* The "Freak Show" level. It features several different types of enemies, including flies and maggots with human faces, twin brothers attached at the waist that laugh when shot to death, severely tortured and possibly brainwashed sadomasochists, and the rotting corpse of a "bearded woman" (which is infested with said human-faced maggots). ** There's also set pieces like a "fly trap" whose floor collapses to reveal lumps of rotting flesh under it, and a torture hall with some machinery smashing corpses to goo and putting them in giant cereal bowls, which is probably food for the upcoming boss... * The [[TortureCellar Chamber of Horrors]]. Seriously, who would include a ''torture chamber'' in a freak show? ** Also disturbing is the assembly line beneath the chamber. One of the inmates goes right into a grinder, and then you see what looks like bloody pudding being spewed into gigantic bowls on a conveyor belt. You see several bowls just like these inside the gigantic pen when you enter it, whereupon you figure out what was being manufactured: food for the boss!
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* The "Freak Show" level. level ''alone'' qualifies. It features several different types of enemies, including all of which represent some kind of BodyHorror. This includes flies and maggots with human faces, twin brothers attached at the waist that (that laugh when shot to death, death), and severely tortured sadomasochistic inmates whose eyes have been clamped open and possibly brainwashed sadomasochists, and their faces set in terrible rictus grins. ** That's not counting the set pieces. Highlights include... *** The rotting corpse of a "bearded woman" (which is infested with said the aforementioned human-faced maggots). ** There's also set pieces like a maggots). *** A "fly trap" chamber whose floor collapses to reveal lumps of rotting flesh under it, and a torture hall with some machinery smashing corpses to goo and putting them in giant cereal bowls, which is probably food for the upcoming boss... * The beneath. *** [[TortureCellar Chamber of Horrors]]. Horrors]], showcasing the worst of the Medeival era. Seriously, who would include a ''torture chamber'' in a freak show? ** show?! *** Also disturbing is the assembly line beneath industrial food processing plant ''beneath'' the chamber. Chamber of Horrors. One of the inmates goes right is sent stumbling into a grinder, and then you see what looks like get to watch as the bloody pudding being spewed goo from it and other corpses gets poured into gigantic bowls on a conveyor belt. You later see several similar bowls just like these inside the gigantic pen when playpen that you enter it, whereupon you figure out stumble into, where it becomes clear what was being manufactured: the whole point of that macabre process was: making food for the boss![[EnfanteTerrible Junior...]]
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