Nightmare Fuel: Wax Works
- Wax Works is a first-person point and click adventure game that's almost identical to the Elvira games (which also deserve a place here). You travel back in time to different levels such as an Egyptian pyramid, Jack the Ripper-era London, a zombie-filled graveyard, and perhaps the worst, a mineshaft filled with plant mutants. What makes the game so scary? The death scenes, which are sterling examples of The Many Deaths of You and Have a Nice Death. It's strongly advised that you don't watch this video while you're eating.
- Just look at one of the zombie deaths, which sees you disemboweled Romero-style, or the "tongue mutant" death in the mines, which covers your face with disgusting boils. Or the vampire, who probably Eats Babies for breakfast.
- And now for some irony: this was the last game made by Horrorsoft, which later became known as Adventure Soft. That's right, the same guys who made Simon the Sorcerer.
- The fight with the Witch in the fifth and final waxwork- or as it can also be considered, a lesson in the noble art of the No-Holds-Barred Beatdown. Here, you use various items belonging to the various evil twins you've defeated in the game to battle her- although using the High Priest's Amulet and Necromancer's Ring are optional, you must first throw a vial of acidic poison at the Witch to distact her, which burns her flesh and visibly causes extreme agony, then you shoot her through the eye with a bolt from a Crossbow found nearby, before finally stabbing her through the neck with Jack the Ripper's Dagger when she's twitching and bleeding on the ground, causing blood to gush from her nose, mouth and neck as she simply stops moving.
- May double as a Moment of Awesome after everything she was responsible for, however- if that's not retribution, I don't know what is.