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No more Jump scare maps....it is getting unoriginal.
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RE: No more Jump scare maps....it is getting unoriginal.

(02-02-2012 04:18 AM)LHudson Wrote:  
(02-02-2012 03:40 AM)Miss Rigi Wrote:  
(02-02-2012 02:35 AM)LHudson Wrote:  Just to add into the second paragraph

There are three kinds of horror. First one is when you open a door, a monster pops out and goes "abloogy woogy woo". The second is when there isn't a monster in the cupboard but standing behind you and you know that he is going to go "abloogy woogy woo" at some point but he doesn't and you are getting more and more tense but you don't want to turn around because you don't want him to put his cock in your eye. And then there is the horror when the monster goes "abloogy woogy woo" while standing on the far side of a brightly lit room. The second option is best because the game isn't the one doing the scaring but your mind is imagining the fear. Fear of fear is worse than fear itself and the best way to do this is to pace it well, something Amnesia does nicely even though David and Bruce are summoned every time you solve a puzzle.

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Yahtzee's guide to horror.
The only master guide to horror Tongue
"And then there is the horror when the monster goes "abloogy woogy woo" while standing on the far side of a brightly lit room."...


Before walking slowly over to you, plucking a violin, and then slapping you across the face with a T-bow steak.

Can't stop half way through man! Tongue

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