- Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: One scene of Leo randomly dancing in the ship's lounge, complete with Irish-sounding music to go with it. The scene loops, too.Matthew: What a strange cast of characters.
- Tear Jerker: The Reveal at the end, of what happened to your father, Theordore Holmes.
- Irony: Partially due to possible Special Effects Failure, in one scene, Grace complains about the sauna being too hot, while she's inside it, fully clothed.
- Moral Event Horizon: When Jan decides to kidnap the ship's passengers to power the Neurographicon, showing no qualms about their lives whatsoever, and fully aware that the machine will kill them since he won't revive them.
- Nightmare Fuel
- The ship's engine room makes noises reminiscent of human screams.
- After one of the dream worlds is completed, we see the dream's owner slowly decay to a skeleton, and as that dissolves, its eye sockets close over.
- Suspiciously Similar Song: The music of this game may tip off some players to that of the original Myst's music. It's likely due to the fact that it was composed on the same type of keyboard used for that game.
YMMV / Morpheus