Posted: Sun Apr 07, 2019 7:33 pm Post subject: Atmosfear / NightMare SNES
Today we have a prototype of something you probably wouldâ€™ve never expected. Believe it or not, there was an attempt to bring one of the best (or at least, most well known) VHS board games called â€śNightMareâ€ť (or â€śAtmosfearâ€ť, depending on where you live) to the SNES!
The game was developed by Beam Software, the same company responsible for Radical Rex, Shadowrun, and Tom & Jerry: Frantic Antics. The game was mentioned in a few magazines in late 1993, and in various parts of 1994 - but in name only. To our knowledge, the game was never formally previewed or reviewed by anyone and remained a complete mystery either or not the game was in production, or that it actually existed. The game was then canceled for unknown reasons.
Rather than have it modeled after the board game itself, this game takes the property and turned into a platformer instead - but with a twist. You play as a boy with a short range laser gun, completing various horror themed worlds while trying to avoid the Gatekeeperâ€™s unfair rules. As you attempt to complete each level, you will be randomly interrupted by the Gatekeeper who will attempt to thwart your progress. The game appears to be almost complete, with the â€śBathoryâ€™s Castleâ€ť level being the most unfinished.
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Posted: Tue May 07, 2019 10:49 pm Post subject:
I played the VHS game at a party that my boss (I worked at a liquor store) threw for customers and I was boss at it.
The customers all thought I was a snotty faggot afterwards.
Now I get to play it on my Mac.
Which explains that Iâ€™m still a snotty faggot.
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