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* Main/TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Sometimes, the screen will produce lots of enemies that are impossible to dispatch on time. Makes worse for fighting bosses whose [[Main/AttackItsWeakPoint weak-spots]] are not even pointed out, forcing the player to continously shoot them in the hopes of depleting the life bar. See also GuideDangIt.



* Main/GuideDangIt: It is very easy to miss the hidden keys or books if one plays this game for the first time.
**The weak point of bosses are not elaborated so players are force to unload lead on them until the boss is defeated.



* HauntedCastle/HauntedHouse: The big mansion the players enter.

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* HauntedCastle/HauntedHouse: {{HauntedCastle}}/ {{HauntedHouse}}: The big mansion the players enter.


[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM Two]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh full single-player walkthroughs]] of the game are available on Website/YouTube, along with [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/tag/%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%AB%E3%83%8A%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88 a third]] older playthrough on the Japanese version (an account must be created to see it, however). Other videos of the game's different endings have also surfaced.

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[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM Two]] com/watch?v=6P2wGZl1rCY Three]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM full]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh full single-player walkthroughs]] of the game are available on Website/YouTube, along with [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/tag/%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%AB%E3%83%8A%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88 a third]] older playthrough on the Japanese version (an account must be created to see it, however). Other videos of the game's different endings have also surfaced.

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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe:
**[[https://evilnight.wikia.com/wiki/Limbless_Zombie Limbless zombies]] split in half once defeated.
**[[http://evilnight.wikia.com/wiki/Torso_Zombie Torso zombies]]


[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM Two]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh full single-player walkthroughs]] of the game are available on YouTube, along with [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/tag/%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%AB%E3%83%8A%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88 a third]] older playthrough on the Japanese version (an account must be created to see it, however). Other videos of the game's different endings have also surfaced.

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[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM Two]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh full single-player walkthroughs]] of the game are available on YouTube, Website/YouTube, along with [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/tag/%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%AB%E3%83%8A%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88 a third]] older playthrough on the Japanese version (an account must be created to see it, however). Other videos of the game's different endings have also surfaced.


Despite the obvious similarities with ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'' in terms of gameplay and premise, ''Evil Night'' is one of few light gun shooters to offer three-player cooperative action: players 1 and 3 wield handguns that can charge powerful "Penetrating Bullets", while player 2 uses a [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter pump-action shotgun]]. Moreover, secret collectable items influence the game's branching paths and MultipleEndings.

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Despite the obvious similarities with ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'' in terms While reminiscent of gameplay and premise, ''VideoGame/TheHouseOfTheDead'', ''Evil Night'' is one of few light gun shooters to offer uniquely offers three-player cooperative action: players 1 and 3 wield handguns that can charge powerful "Penetrating Bullets", while player 2 uses a [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter pump-action shotgun]]. Moreover, secret collectable items influence Consisting of five stages, the game's branching paths and MultipleEndings.
MultipleEndings are determined by collectible items.


* ActionGirl: Alicia Sevigny, the character of Player 2. She is armed with a [[{{ShotgunsAreJustBetter}} shotgun]].

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* ActionGirl: Player 2 is Alicia Sevigny, the character of Player 2. She is who's armed with a [[{{ShotgunsAreJustBetter}} shotgun]].



* AnachronismStew: As seen in "Course B" of stage 1, there are computers, fax machines, and printers in one of the rooms the player enters. Kinda strange, since the mansion resembles one of those centuries-old, creepy, haunted mansions in the United Kingdom (complete with cobblestone floors and walls, metal doors, trapdoors, and panic rooms covered by bookshelves).
** It's implied that [[spoiler:recent human activity has taken place at the mansion; a journal suggests that scientists or archeologists were hell-bent on discovering the meaning of the Runes]]. Another research lab of sorts can be found in the Underpass stage.
* {{An Axe to Grind}}: In the fourth stage, zombies clad in lumberjack outfits are encountered. They attack on foot with their axes or can throw them at the players from a distance.
* AncientTomb: Located underneath the mansion which resembles more of catacombs. Also doubles as an ancient ruins, complete with murals of witchcraft and the occult.
* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: [[spoiler:The "bad" ending has Henry, Alicia, Joe, and Liv becoming zombies, courtesy of a NotQuiteDead final boss.]]

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* AnachronismStew: As seen in In "Course B" of stage 1, there are there's computers, fax machines, and printers in one of the rooms the player enters. Kinda room. This is strange, since considering that the mansion resembles one of those centuries-old, creepy, age-old, haunted mansions in the United Kingdom (complete with cobblestone floors and walls, metal doors, trapdoors, and panic rooms covered by bookshelves).
** It's implied [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] with the implication that [[spoiler:recent human activity has taken place at the mansion; in this same room, a journal suggests hints that scientists or archeologists were hell-bent on discovering researching the meaning of underground ancient ruines on the Runes]]. Another premises. This also explains the hidden research lab of sorts can be found in the Underpass stage.
underpass level]].
* {{An Axe to Grind}}: In The zombies with lumberjack shirts in the fourth stage, zombies clad in lumberjack outfits are encountered. They stage attack on foot with their axes axes--either on foot, or can throw by throwing them at the players from a distance.
* AncientTomb: Located underneath The underpass or catacombs located beneath the mansion which resembles more of catacombs. mansion. Also doubles as an [[spoiler:an ancient ruins, ruin, complete with murals of witchcraft and the occult.
occult]].
* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: [[spoiler:The "bad" ending has Henry, Alicia, Joe, and Liv becoming zombies, courtesy of a NotQuiteDead final boss.]]boss transforming Liv and her friends into zombies]].



* ApocalypticLog: A journal found in "Course B" of stage 1 [[spoiler: details a team of scientists or archaeologists who discovered the ancient ruins and are seeking its purpose. As they're never seen in person or heard from again, it's likely they're all dead, [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse though the game never explains what happened to them.]]]]

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* ApocalypticLog: A journal found in "Course B" of stage 1 [[spoiler: details a team of scientists or archaeologists who discovered the ancient ruins and are seeking its purpose. As they're never seen in person or heard from again, it's likely they're all dead, beneath the mansion. [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse though the game We never explains find out what happened to them.]]]]them]]]].



* DestructibleProjectiles: The hanging meats and thrown zombies during the butcher boss, bloody...''balls'' thrown by blue, limbless zombies coming out of the water and floors in stages 3 and 4, the [[AnAxeToGrind axes]] and knives thrown by lumberjack and cult worshiper zombies in stage 4, and [[spoiler:the fireballs during the final boss's second form.]]

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* DestructibleProjectiles: The hanging meats and thrown zombies during the butcher boss, bloody...''balls'' the entrails thrown by blue, limbless zombies coming out of the water and floors in stages 3 and 4, the [[AnAxeToGrind axes]] and knives thrown by lumberjack and cult worshiper zombies in stage 4, and [[spoiler:the fireballs during the final boss's second form.]]


''Evil Night'' (known as ''Hell Night'' in Japan) is a {{Light Gun}} [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcade game]] released by Creator/{{Konami}} in 1998. It was the company's second horror-themed {{Rail Shooter}} since ''VideoGame/CryptKiller'' in 1995, as well as the second to offer three-player cooperative action. The game draws numerous comparisons with ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'', which was released two years prior.

Mysterious energy has released TheUndead, and three cops are in search of their kidnapped friend, Liv. Players must venture into [[HauntedHouse a dilapidated mansion]], battling zombies, ghosts, [[RaisingtheSteaks insects, and other small creatures]] to uncover clues behind the infestation and rescue Liv before it's too late.

The gameplay is largely identical to ''The House of the Dead''; players move along a predetermined path, blasting enemies and destructible objects to avoid taking damage and collect health power-ups, respectively. This time, though, the weapons have some unique quirks; players 1 and 3 use handguns, which -- when the muzzle is pointed up -- can be charge to shoot damaging "Penetration Bullets", while player 2 has [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter a shotgun]] which disperses powerful bullets throughout the screen and must be pumped to reload. There are also collectable keys and books, which open up alternate paths through the stages and [[MultipleEndings alter the game's ending]].

Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which is notorious for [[LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading long loading times]] and a high failure rate -- perhaps reasons why ''Evil Night'' disappeared from most arcades and has become extremely rare. Some of the game's last documented locations included one in Cebu City, Philippines (which has been removed since 2010); one in Dasmariñas, Philippines (decommissioned in 2013/2014); Bintaro Plaza's [=FunWorld=], Indonesia (demcommissioned in 2013); and [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 several Chicagoland arcades]].

In June 2012, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM a long-awaited playthrough of the game]] was uploaded on YouTube, which, at the time, was the first ''and'' only one available online. The user responsible, "hotd34me", has since posted [[https://www.facebook.com/EvilNight1998/posts/316084635500747 the game's soundtrack]] and is currently working on a second playthrough. More footage was also released by another Youtuber, "[=GleamzinGuy=]", who provided [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh another playthrough]] showcasing the game's branching paths, [[https://youtu.be/yvYfS_qfUkA the high score entry screen]] and the first video on [=YouTube=] posted of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnwKfWpAtds the good ending]]. [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/tag/%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%AB%E3%83%8A%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88 An old playthrough of the Japanese version]] was also discovered in July 2017, featuring both the good and bad endings on separate videos (an account must be created to see them, however).

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''Evil Night'' (known (also known as ''Hell Night'' in Japan) is a {{Light Gun}} [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcade game]] released by Creator/{{Konami}} in 1998. It was the company's second horror-themed {{Rail Shooter}} since The successor to ''VideoGame/CryptKiller'' in from 1995, as well as the second to offer three-player cooperative action. The game draws numerous comparisons with ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'', which was released two years prior.

Mysterious energy has released TheUndead, and
concerns three cops are battling legions of TheUndead in an [[HauntedHouse old, decrepit mansion]] in search of their kidnapped friend, Liv. Players must venture into [[HauntedHouse a dilapidated mansion]], battling zombies, ghosts, [[RaisingtheSteaks insects, and other small creatures]] to uncover clues behind missing friend.

Despite
the infestation and rescue Liv before it's too late.

The
obvious similarities with ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'' in terms of gameplay is largely identical to ''The House of the Dead''; players move along a predetermined path, blasting enemies and destructible objects to avoid taking damage and collect health power-ups, respectively. This time, though, the weapons have some unique quirks; players 1 and 3 use handguns, which -- when the muzzle is pointed up -- can be charge to shoot damaging "Penetration Bullets", while player 2 has [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter a shotgun]] which disperses powerful bullets throughout the screen and must be pumped to reload. There are also collectable keys and books, which open up alternate paths through the stages and [[MultipleEndings alter the game's ending]].

Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which is notorious for [[LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading long loading times]] and a high failure rate -- perhaps reasons why
premise, ''Evil Night'' disappeared from most arcades is one of few light gun shooters to offer three-player cooperative action: players 1 and has become extremely rare. Some of 3 wield handguns that can charge powerful "Penetrating Bullets", while player 2 uses a [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter pump-action shotgun]]. Moreover, secret collectable items influence the game's last documented locations included one branching paths and MultipleEndings.

Thanks to its unreliable Panasonic M2 hardware and being outclassed by the ''House of the Dead'' franchise, ''Evil Night'' faded into obscurity and is extremely rare to find
in Cebu City, Philippines (which arcades (much less working properly). Despite this, it has been removed since 2010); one in Dasmariñas, Philippines (decommissioned in 2013/2014); Bintaro Plaza's [=FunWorld=], Indonesia (demcommissioned in 2013); and [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 several Chicagoland arcades]].

In June 2012,
garnered a CultFollowing, especially for its [[BadBadActing hokey voice acting]].

[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM a long-awaited playthrough of the game]] was uploaded on YouTube, which, at the time, was the first ''and'' only one available online. The user responsible, "hotd34me", has since posted Two]] [[https://www.facebook.com/EvilNight1998/posts/316084635500747 the game's soundtrack]] and is currently working on a second playthrough. More footage was also released by another Youtuber, "[=GleamzinGuy=]", who provided [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh another playthrough]] showcasing full single-player walkthroughs]] of the game's branching paths, [[https://youtu.be/yvYfS_qfUkA the high score entry screen]] and the first video game are available on [=YouTube=] posted of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnwKfWpAtds the good ending]]. YouTube, along with [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/tag/%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%AB%E3%83%8A%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88 An old a third]] older playthrough of on the Japanese version]] was also discovered in July 2017, featuring both the good and bad endings on separate videos version (an account must be created to see them, however).it, however). Other videos of the game's different endings have also surfaced.

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* AdjustableCensorship: Operators can change the enemy blood to red, blue, streaks of lightning (the default), or dark blue. There is no setting to censor wounded or dismembered enemies.


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* DavidVersusGoliath: The protagonists battle a giant, towering [[SnakesAreSinister snake]] on two occasions.


''Evil Night'' (known as ''Hell Night'' in Japan) is a {{Light Gun}} [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcade game]] released by Creator/{{Konami}} in 1998. It was the company's second horror-themed {{Rail Shooter}} since ''VideoGame/CryptKiller'' in 1995, as well as the second to offer three-player cooperative action. The game draws numerous comparisons with ''VideoGame/TheHouseOfTheDead'', which was released two years prior.

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''Evil Night'' (known as ''Hell Night'' in Japan) is a {{Light Gun}} [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcade game]] released by Creator/{{Konami}} in 1998. It was the company's second horror-themed {{Rail Shooter}} since ''VideoGame/CryptKiller'' in 1995, as well as the second to offer three-player cooperative action. The game draws numerous comparisons with ''VideoGame/TheHouseOfTheDead'', ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'', which was released two years prior.



** As stated above, some of the zombies resemble those from ''VideoGame/TheHouseOfTheDead'', as they wield weapons such as axes, knives, claws, hatchets, scythes, chainsaws, and drills. Furthermore, [[spoiler:the first form of the final boss resembles the Magician]].

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** As stated above, some of the zombies resemble those from ''VideoGame/TheHouseOfTheDead'', ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'', as they wield weapons such as axes, knives, claws, hatchets, scythes, chainsaws, and drills. Furthermore, [[spoiler:the first form of the final boss resembles the Magician]].


Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which was notorious for long loading times and a high failure rate. Thus, the game disappeared from most arcades when operators couldn't repair faulty boards, so finding one in the wild -- much less working properly -- is extremely rare. Some of its last documented locations included one in Cebu City, Philippines (which has been removed since 2010); one in Dasmariñas, Philippines (decommissioned in 2013/2014); Bintaro Plaza's [=FunWorld=], Indonesia (demcommissioned in 2013) and [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 several Chicagoland arcades]].

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Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which was is notorious for [[LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading long loading times times]] and a high failure rate. Thus, the game rate -- perhaps reasons why ''Evil Night'' disappeared from most arcades when operators couldn't repair faulty boards, so finding one in the wild -- much less working properly -- is and has become extremely rare. Some of its the game's last documented locations included one in Cebu City, Philippines (which has been removed since 2010); one in Dasmariñas, Philippines (decommissioned in 2013/2014); Bintaro Plaza's [=FunWorld=], Indonesia (demcommissioned in 2013) 2013); and [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 several Chicagoland arcades]].


* RodentsOfUnusualSize: Giant rats are encountered in the third and forth stages.

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* RodentsOfUnusualSize: Giant rats are encountered in the second and third and forth stages.


Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which was notorious for long loading times and a high failure rate. Thus, the game disappeared from most arcades when operators couldn't repair faulty boards, so finding one in the wild -- much less working properly -- is extremely rare. Some of its last documented locations included one in Cebu City, Philippines (which has been removed since 2010); one in Dasmariñas, Philippines (decommissioned in 2013/2014); Bintaro Plaza's FunWorld, Indonesia (demcommissioned in 2013) and several Chicagoland arcades. According to Aurcade, this [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 list]] shows where to play Evil Night within the U.S. state of Illinois.

In June 2012, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM a long-awaited playthrough of the game]] was uploaded on YouTube, which, at the time, was the first ''and'' only one available online. The user responsible, "hotd34me", has since posted [[https://www.facebook.com/EvilNight1998/posts/316084635500747 the game's soundtrack]] and is currently working on a second playthrough. More footage was also released by another Youtuber, "[=GleamzinGuy=]", who provided [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh another playthrough]] showcasing the game's branching paths, [[https://youtu.be/yvYfS_qfUkA the high score entry screen]] and the first video ever posted of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnwKfWpAtds the good ending]].

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Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which was notorious for long loading times and a high failure rate. Thus, the game disappeared from most arcades when operators couldn't repair faulty boards, so finding one in the wild -- much less working properly -- is extremely rare. Some of its last documented locations included one in Cebu City, Philippines (which has been removed since 2010); one in Dasmariñas, Philippines (decommissioned in 2013/2014); Bintaro Plaza's FunWorld, [=FunWorld=], Indonesia (demcommissioned in 2013) and several Chicagoland arcades. According to Aurcade, this [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 list]] shows where to play Evil Night within the U.S. state of Illinois.

several Chicagoland arcades]].

In June 2012, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkGdhKC6SM a long-awaited playthrough of the game]] was uploaded on YouTube, which, at the time, was the first ''and'' only one available online. The user responsible, "hotd34me", has since posted [[https://www.facebook.com/EvilNight1998/posts/316084635500747 the game's soundtrack]] and is currently working on a second playthrough. More footage was also released by another Youtuber, "[=GleamzinGuy=]", who provided [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vUV_1v_V_s&list=PLQjyUP11CstOnwL6Zhus3jD0pxirYPEMh another playthrough]] showcasing the game's branching paths, [[https://youtu.be/yvYfS_qfUkA the high score entry screen]] and the first video ever on [=YouTube=] posted of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnwKfWpAtds the good ending]]. [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/tag/%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B4%E3%82%A3%E3%83%AB%E3%83%8A%E3%82%A4%E3%83%88 An old playthrough of the Japanese version]] was also discovered in July 2017, featuring both the good and bad endings on separate videos (an account must be created to see them, however).



* AnachronismStew: As seen in "Course B" of stage 1, there are computers, fax machines, and printers in one of the rooms the player enters. Kinda strange, since the mansion resembles one of those centuries-old, creepy, haunted mansions in the United Kingdom (complete with cobblestone floors and walls, metal doors, trapdoors, and panic rooms covered by bookshelves).
** It's implied that [[spoiler:recent human activity has taken place at the mansion; a journal suggests that scientists or archeologists were hell-bent on discovering the meaning of the Runes]]. Another research lab of sorts can be found in the Underpass stage.



* AnachronismStew: As seen in "Course B" of stage 1, there are computers, fax machines, and printers in one of the rooms the player enters. Kinda strange, since the mansion resembles one of those centuries-old, creepy, haunted mansions in the United Kingdom (complete with cobblestone floors and walls, metal doors, trapdoors, and panic rooms covered by bookshelves).
** It's implied that [[spoiler:recent human activity has taken place at the mansion; a journal suggests that scientists or archeologists were hell-bent on discovering the meaning of the Runes]]. Another research lab of sorts can be found in the Underpass stage.

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* AnachronismStew: As seen in "Course B" of stage 1, there are computers, fax machines, AndThenJohnWasAZombie: [[spoiler:The "bad" ending has Henry, Alicia, Joe, and printers in one Liv becoming zombies, courtesy of the rooms the player enters. Kinda strange, since the mansion resembles one of those centuries-old, creepy, haunted mansions in the United Kingdom (complete with cobblestone floors and walls, metal doors, trapdoors, and panic rooms covered by bookshelves).
** It's implied that [[spoiler:recent human activity has taken place at the mansion;
a journal suggests that scientists or archeologists were hell-bent on discovering the meaning of the Runes]]. Another research lab of sorts can be found in the Underpass stage.NotQuiteDead final boss.]]



* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler:In the "bad" ending, the final boss inexplicably returns after being defeated, [[AndThenJohnWasAZombie transforming Liv and her friends into zombies.]]]]



** The "Bad" ending, while not currently online, [[spoiler:features the final boss seemingly resurrecting himself off-screen, and [[AndThenJohnWasAZombie transforming the main characters into zombies]] when they reunite with Liv.]]

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** [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm18221959?ref=search_tag_video&ss_pos=2&ss_id=28d9c0dc-5c5c-4b64-803f-a494e3c75059 The "Bad" ending, while not currently online, ending]] [[spoiler:features the a NotQuiteDead final boss seemingly resurrecting himself off-screen, and [[AndThenJohnWasAZombie transforming the main characters Liv and her friends into zombies]] when they reunite with Liv.zombies]].]]



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We never do find out [[spoiler: what happened to the scientists/archaeological team who discovered the runes and were trying to discover its purpose. Whether they all died or somehow managed to escape is never explained.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We never do find out [[spoiler: what happened to the scientists/archaeological team who discovered the runes and were trying to discover learn its purpose. Whether they all died or somehow managed to escape is never explained.]]


Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which was notorious for long loading times and a high failure rate. Thus, the game disappeared from most arcades when operators couldn't repair faulty boards, so finding one in the wild -- much less working properly -- is extremely rare. Some of its last documented locations included one in Cebu City, Philippines (which has been removed since 2010) and several Chicagoland arcades. According to Aurcade, this [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 list]] shows where to play Evil Night within the U.S. state of Illinois.

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Notably, the game runs off the [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Panasonic M2 hardware, which was notorious for long loading times and a high failure rate. Thus, the game disappeared from most arcades when operators couldn't repair faulty boards, so finding one in the wild -- much less working properly -- is extremely rare. Some of its last documented locations included one in Cebu City, Philippines (which has been removed since 2010) 2010); one in Dasmariñas, Philippines (decommissioned in 2013/2014); Bintaro Plaza's FunWorld, Indonesia (demcommissioned in 2013) and several Chicagoland arcades. According to Aurcade, this [[http://www.aurcade.com/games/view.aspx?id=1116 list]] shows where to play Evil Night within the U.S. state of Illinois.


* {{Curse}}: As part of the backstory, the game's flyer and the machine cabinet states that "mysterious energy has released the undead." One of the collectible items is a journal which suggests that [[spoiler:scientists or archeologists accidentally invoked the curse through their research of an ancient underground rune.]]

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* {{Curse}}: As part of the backstory, the game's flyer and the machine cabinet states that "mysterious energy has released [[TheUndead the undead.undead]]." One of the collectible items is a journal which suggests that [[spoiler:scientists or archeologists archaeologists accidentally invoked the curse through their research of an ancient underground rune.]]


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* ElevatorActionSequence: During the runes stage, zombies and ghosts attack as you ride up an ancient elevator system.


* HauntedCastle
* HauntedHouse: The big mansion the players enter.

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* HauntedCastle
* HauntedHouse:
HauntedCastle/HauntedHouse: The big mansion the players enter.



* LightGunGame

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* LightGunGameLightGunGame: And one that supports up to ''three'' players, no less.

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