Way back when I started making actual Let's Play videos, one of the first ones I did that was suppose to be quite scary was this free indie game
called Dungeon Nightmares. It most certainly did not fail to deliver on that promise of being scary!
I'd made quite a few videos playing it, and the jump scares in it always got me me good. The game is still available to play for free and can be
downloaded from places like GameJolt or Desura. The link below is from Desura:
A few months later while browsing games on GameJolt, I checked to see if there were any updates for DM and found that KMonkey had posted a demo
version of her new game Dungeon Nightmares 2, which she had just gotten greenlighted for Steam. At that time it was possible to download the free
"work in progress" version of it and give it a try.
I had downloaded it and did some recordings, again with my son Josh who looks so young in the first video in the play list..
Time had gone by after we'd tried it out, and now here we are going into Spring of 2016. Dungeon Nightmares 2: The Memory is done and available on
Steam for about 8.99 USD.
I bought the game and gave it a try.
WOOF! Just as scary as the first one, and even though my son is a lot older now....the game again, doesn't fail to scare!
Here is a link to the Steam Store for the game for any that might be interested in getting it:
That video reminded me of when I was a kid a story my mom used to read to me, "The Teeny Tiny Woman".
Only the version my mom read had a different ending than the original story.
In the original story, the teeny tiny woman peeks out from her covers and tells the ghost to "Take it!" when it asks for the bone again.
In the version my mom had, the way it ended was like this:
So the teeny tiny woman got out of her teeny tiny bed and walked to her teeny tiny kitchen, and to her teeny tiny cupboards.
She knew the bone was in the teeny tiny cupboard, and she thought the voice was coming from here. So she used her teeny tiny hand to grab the teeny
tiny cupboard door, and she opened it a teeny tiny bit.
Had a cub scout a couple of years ago, bragging about all these horror movies he'd watch and how nothing scared him. I told him I had a scary story
that would get him. He scoffed.
Well, when I yelled "BOO!", he came out of his chair about a foot, eyes about as round as tea saucers. hehehehehe.
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