In another cutscene,Gus has a flashback to the thinner spill that started the whole plot off in the first place. In the flashback, we see four extras watching, essentially, a tsunami of thinner overtake the area they're in. Three of them run out of the way, but one stands rooted to the spot, watching. When the wave passes, he's not there anymore.
This picture◊ reveals the Shadow Blot's true form: big enough to squash you like a bug, who at the end of the game you've got to fight it from the inside.
The Clock Tower and the dementedgrin◊ it sports. The music doesn't help matters, either, which in turn are made worse by adding the lyrics being sung by children: this idea, as a little piece of trivia, was originally going to be used in the game. Music aside, the Clock Tower is also made immensely disturbing because of how you fight it when using Thinner: basically, you have to melt the blue metal armour it has covering its brittle mechanical hands, so that when it pounds the floor to attack you, the force shatters them apart. Not only does the impact look very painful (anyone who's ever broken their arm by hitting something will concur), but the hydraulic pipes that line the exposed arm start bleeding profusely. Its face even starts bleeding after intense damage; then, after breaking its arms up completely, the tower mutters a few lines about how his time is up, then, in a mini-cut-scene, one of the arms falls off, its face falls into the thinner lake, and the remaining arm stump blindly feels for its missing head before falling off itself. You then have to walk on them to leave the area. Finally, in the ending, where you see what happened to everyone after you left, you can see the clock tower still in pieces floating in the thinner lake, unable to move and eternally in intense pain. The "What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?" aspect is all over the place with this boss.
Notice how the Clock Tower's yellow face is washed away in the beginning of the boss fight. This means that you're not only fighting a creepy Slasher Smile: you're fighting the equivalent of a smiling skull.
Mickey literally melting after being unable to escape the thinner pools. Because thinner is this game's equivalent of the Dip from Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and even Oswald's kids can fall in there.
The enemies that can only be found in the last level are lost cartoon souls trapped inside the Shadow Blot and as such show such features as their zombie-like gait, their gurgling sounds, and their vaguely cartoonish shape. They can't actually die, but they are literally destroyed once you clear the Bloticles from their area of the Blot. These are Disney Toons, just like Goofy, Horace, or Mickey himself.Gus says, "It looks like they melted... I hope that freed them... somehow...". In a sense, they got their freedom via Cessation Of Existence.
It's subtly shown that Oswaldoriginally planned to kill Mickey and steal his heart after he found the pieces of the Moonliner Rocket.He has a change of heart by the end, but it doesn't make it less unsettling.
Mickeyjunk Mountain, at first, is just a cool mountain made entirely up of retro Mickey merchandise; it stops being "cool" as soon as you realize that this is Oswald's hideout, so Oswald most likely built the entire thing, spending spent all that time collecting Mickey stuff and trashing it to make a sort of a mocking monument. Basically, it's an unsettling Mickey-based Stalker Shrine. Then, we find out that the real Shadow Blot is imprisoned at the peak. As you travel higher up the mountain, blue smears start to appear on the ground. Take a good look at them. The ground has been stained with the paint of dead bunny kids. You can still see their terrified expressions. In the highest outside level of Mickeyjunk Mountain, where you turn and see on the side of the mountain what essentially is a colossal Mickey Mouse skull. And if you go over to the bars separating you from the thinner river, it's staring right at you.
Said Mountain is also made unsettling by the disembodied Mickey heads (like the Mickey spray cans you have to paint in), thanks to their venture on uncanny valley with their giant, black, unblinking eyes.
Those "spray cans" are actually gas masks. And like the rest of the stuff in this zone, they existed in the real world, though even the Disney Archives only has pictures and an incomplete piece of one.
The true Shadow Blot is eerily reminiscent of Chernabog. Additionally, towards the end, he takes over Dark Beauty Castle and thus also decides to imitate Maleficent, with his horns curving and ink oozing from his arms to resemble long robed sleeves.
The Mad Doctor himself. The things that he implied for cutting up Mickey (scissors, drill, chainsaw) before settling for a plunger is funny at first, but had he not needed his heart, he probably would have gone for the first three methods just to satisfy his own sadistic interests, the same as he did when he tried to cut off Pluto's head so he could stick it to a chicken's body in the original short.
In the Ticket Booth area after Slalom, at the very beginning of the game, one might notice that some of the dolls are arranged like either some of the dolls jumped off a building and others are looking at their broken bodies from the top of the building, or the dolls on the building have pushed the broken dolls off.
The Bloticles worm their way around, and through, everything you see, as well as suck up all the paint around them by merely existing. And you see them in every friendly region you've been to. That is, they've invaded every corner of Wasteland. Nowhere is safe. Everywhere you go, the Bloticles are there.
Probably YMMV, but this troper always found beating the game with paint except for one boss and vice versa to be pretty jarring. A happy ending suddenly changing to creepy, or a bad ending suddenly turning happy, then back always seemed off...Especially if the one you didn't do like the others was the Clock Tower.