Nightmare Fuel: The Breach
- The game is billed as your standard Zombie Survival game, but that's kinda selling it short. Your standard mooks are Zombies, yes, but quickly diversify to hideously mutated creatures created by "The Yellow,"
- The hallucinations your hero receive add an entirely new layer of disturbing implications—did the crew of the ship receive these visions, too? Is whatever transformed them more than a mere biological agent? And if so, will wearing a space suit be enough to keep you immune? What if you're ALREADY infected...?
- You can find out what happened on the starship by examining the computer consoles that are scattered about the various decks. They start out standard, remarking on their protoype dimensional warp drive...but then, as they're overtaken by the Yellow, you're given disturbing insight on how the corrupted crew think.
- The main "death animation" takes the cake—when your health is depleted, you get partially mutated into one of the moth things that's been fluttering around the ship.
- Near the end, one of the last hallucinations you receive shows you what will happen to humanity if the forces of the Yellow ever reach Earth. Click on the spoilered text if you dare:
- The visuals include a man with a flayed skull and a tumor growing out of the back of his head, a hunchback with glassy eyes who constantly vomited blood, and a woman appeared to have tumors for breasts and a head growing out of her groin, all of them with horribly jaundiced skin.
- The ending's the worst of it all: you've destroyed the monsters and gotten back to Earth, but you're locked in an insane asylum, desperately trying to convince a psychiatrist that no, you haven't gone crazy, and yes, if the experiments continue horrible, horrible things will happen. Then you turn into a monster and hurl yourself at the psychiatrist.