harrylikestempuraprawn asked: Is the story about the tragic clown in the Sims game a real story because it was creepy.
The tragic clown is somewhat real. There IS a painting in Sims 1 called the tragic clown and he will haunt your house but I don’t think it escalates that far. Lol.
Anonymous asked: Are all the stories on here actually true? The tragic clown one freaked me out and I want to know if that actually happened or was made up if you know.
The game “spore creature creator” for PC was released in 2008, drawing attention to many EA fans. Spore became a widely known game over the internet and by now, it was almost impossible to search youtube without seeing creations that people have made, noobish and professional.
The game allowed you to create animals and civilizations however you like, from three eyes to ten mouths, you could float through the sea as a cell or fly around in space. Then in 2009, an expansion pack was released, it’s name being “Spore: galactic adventures” Yet again, the EA fans swarmed the shops, searching for it, walking home with this amazing game in their hands. On wednesay 7th july 2010, it was posted on a private spore fanbase of a glitch, posted by the user “Pzzuu!”. Pzzuu! claimed to have witnessed a glitch, unknown to even maxis, spore’s developers. The first time, Pzzuu had claimed to see a series of unknown creatures, the creator’s name had been blanked out. All of these creatures took the form of a human, amost realistic. The first creature was nameless, the second creature had seven unknown characters for it’s name.
In total, there were nine creations, all of which crashed when Pzzuu! attempted to open them.The creature editor opened up like normal, the creature appeared as a human, covered in red dots, upon entering the texture editor however would result in the crash. Pzzuu! also claimed that once the game closed, the game box would remain on the desktop, even after a restart. The icon at the top left of the box resembled a human head, covered yet again in red dots.
Pzuu! opened the game once more, the buttons on the menu all resembled the human head. Upon entering the sporepedia, one more spore creature was said to have appeared, it’s name being “lybonrehc”. It’s model represented what looks like a city, filled with corpses, a hacked part. Playing the creature stage of the game, the ground was pure black with no water, yet straying out to low ground would result in a fish creature eating the player. Only, the creature’s body was replaced with a line of red.
Pzzuu! had by now, quit the game all together, his final post on the spore fanbase was a line of continuous dots. He was never heard from since his final post, his profile had revealed that he was last online at wednesday 7th july, 12:57, before his last post, semingly impossible.
The day after, another player named “Vendersis” had reported the same glitch.The only difference was another creature in the sporepedia. A skull and crossbones icon was attatched to the creature’s icon, indicating it was extinct, even outside of the creature stage. The creature’s body resembled a black box, it’s texture resembling 8-bit skeletons, mushed together. The most disturbing of it all, the creature’s name was Pzzuu!
Nobody else recieved the glitch which was sooner named “Bloodspore” Now it leaves the question… Is Pzzuu! dead?
I’ve always been a fan of Mortal Kombat games, especially the Mortal Kombat Project games, but not anymore. In fact, I hate even hearing about the game. One day, I was surfing the web for some games for my emulators, and I happen to come upon a game called “MortalKombat.exe”. I’m not going to give out the link for the safety of you and your computer. But anyways, I thought it would be boring and dull, but when I looked at the RAM it took up, it said that it takes 2 GB, so I thought to myself that the game would be exciting, because I’ve never downloaded a Mortal Kombat game that took so much memory.
So, I clicked on the download link and started downloading the game, suprisingly, it took over 4 hours for the entire game to download, the download then finished, but that’s when things started to get weird. The download box popped up, letting me know that the download was finished, so I clicked “Run”, then my laptop screen burt into static and started playing a frequenly high pitch sound, then the laptop literally went black. I then gruntled to myself in anger trying to turn my laptop back on. After a few tries, my laptop finally turned on, the same as it was before exept there was the game on my desktop. I thought to myself that the laptop probably just crashed from the large download. So I clicked on the game and it started playing. There was no music playing, the screen showed Goro and there were the words Arcade, Versus, Practice, Options and Exit. So I clicked Arcade and the Mortal Kombat I arcade theme burst out of my speakers violently, nearly shaking the whole house, so I muted my computer thinking nothing of the sound, and what came up, I couldn’t believe.
When I was younger, I loved video games. I would play for hours on end and refuse to socialize with others or go outside. Out of all of my games, The Sims was my favorite. I used to play it to death. I remember getting the original game when it came out in 2000. When I turned thirteen, I found out that my mother gave away my copy of the game and being too young to get a job, I couldn’t afford to buy another copy and she refused to give me money to buy any more video games. It pissed me off but I couldn’t do much about it.
About a year ago, I felt like seeing if I could find another copy of it to play just for the nostalgia. I combed through a few flea markets and found nothing. I was about to give up at the last one and just go home but wanted to check at one last place. I found a copy of The Sims Double Deluxe for sale and asked the person how much he wanted for it. I was made an offer of $12.00. I examined the disk and other than some tiny scratches on the bottom of it, the disk seemed to be in fair condition. As I looked over the game and read the advertisement on the jewel case the game came in, the seller lowered his price to $10.00, insisting that I looked like I really wanted it. Without hesitation, I reached into my pocket and handed the man $10.00 and left.
After I got home from the flea market, I immediately went to my computer to install it. I had not played The Sims since I had my Windows 98 back when I was considerably younger. I went through the vaguely familiar installation process, which required me to input the serial code. After a few minutes, the game was up and ready to be played. I recalled that Double Deluxe was basically The Sims and the first two expansion packs combined. I fired up the game and after watching the familiar intro, I was ready to play.
Pokemon isn’t real, right?
I am what you might call a hacker. Not exactly that, but more of game hacker. I create new games from other games, add some extra levels, put new stuff, post it on the web, put up a disclaimer, etc.. The games I like to do this the most to is Pokémon games. No doubt many of you read creepypasta and know all about people posting stories that attempt to keep people awake at night out of fear, and some work. This, however, isn’t a fake…
Let me start from the beginning. I just finished hacking Pokémon Blue and changed up a few things. It was just for fun, mind you, and I had no intention of ever thinking anything can backfire. It was after I finished a few tweaks that I noticed that I had hacked almost every Pokémon game except for one… Pokémon Leaf Green. Being that this was the last Pokémon hack I was going to make, I wanted to make it special.
My favorite Pokémon is Eevee, and I thought, why not make it the main character in the game? Despite what most think, it isn’t that hard to change a storyline of a game. There are many programs that can help you do it. The storyline I made for Pok♪mon Leaf Green however, was Pokémon Apocolypse, or more over, PokéPocalypse. I know, sounds morbid, but I am that kind of guy… or use to be.
It was suppose to be simple enough. I created another evolution for Eevee that involved a Moon Stone. I cancelled out all other evolution it can make. From that point on it couldn’t become Jolteon, Flareon, etc.. The Pokemon that I placed it to transform into, was Dark Eevee. Before you start wondering, this is not a copy of Umbreon or anything like that. It was suppose to be a new type of Pokémon that I created. I also changed it’s move set too. It was suppose to know only the move Curse, being that I was inspired by some pastas at the time I admit… That wasn’t how it went though…
Lets Do It For Science
I remember waking up inside a white building inside the industrial jungle we call “home.” I remember seeing their iron masks, covering secrets of where and who I am. Not to say, I already know, it’s just that most people forget once they enter for testing. I say, I must be doing bloody well for where I am.
But she killed you before you could get to me. How lovely. I must say, for the monster she is, she’s got a soft side. And a thing for potatoes. I’m GLaD she is dead. Everyone is dead. Except for this one machine. Wheat Thin, I believe his name was. No, Wheatley. There we go. Ah, what a true friend he is. It’s a shame he killed her though. Oh well, in the name of science I guess it’s okay. And he also told where to get this fantastic gun! It makes science, and death a lot easier.These machines; are they my friends? all I ever see are these, wild mechanical monsters. I’m pretty sure the last humans here are now dead. I know my brother is. Oh. Micheal, you always were a true scientist, putting this through tests and torture. Including your own family. Oh Micheal, you are in a place filled with lab rats. Including yourself. Killing mother and father was not a required test protocol, you wanted to kill them.
Hmm… this thing on my computer called “sCiNcE.exe” keeps appearing. But I know what it is. Her. He trapped her in here. She’s reading everything I’m typing here. Oh God, why? I’m not looking forward to meeting with the final test. It will be quite amusing, yet seeing everything go is such a shame…
“Ms. Chell, are you ready for final deterioration subjection?”
“Yes, but before I go, can I speak with someone for a second?”
“Sure. But make it quick, the bloody core is about to explode!”
Now, where was I? Oh yeah, GLaDOS, remember now, no matter what happens, I’ll be implanted here, so will the next subject, and the next. I left a video for them when they get this. Oh how will they enjoy it! I’m sending this off somewhere in the suburban areas. This unbranded laptop will surely do the trick!
And remember, let’s do it for science!
Today I decided to play spore. It was nothing out of the normal, except one thing…The creatures looked more realistic than normal. I decided to socialize with a nest of creatures, and one of my socialize tools were named “KILL” and that was weird, because stuff like that should be in an attack section. I was scared, so I decided to play space stage instead. I went on my spore save with a creature named “Tohed” and something was wrong with my homeworld, it was like a lava planet!
This was the same with all of my empire, and I decided to explore space… No other empires were there. This was getting very scary, so I went back to creature stage.
When I was attacking a nest in creature stage, my creature bled realistic blood when it was attacked, and the attack marks stayed on my creature until I came out of an egg again… Maxis, how did this happen?
Also, when a meteor hit the planet, the meteor shards were much bigger, and destroyed an entire nest when it hit one. The spaceship came, abducting creatures… Well not abducting them, the spaceship shot a laser at the creatures and exploded them, with blood.
In cell stage, the cells looked like normal cells because they had no face, but I couldn’t get through the stage because of that.
This was getting too weird, so I left the computer, and nobody was walking outside, except for Spore creatures, the ones I saw while playing,and there was no other houses, there was just a lot of grass, plants, and nests outside. Did I get sucked into the Spore universe?
Many creatures tried to attack me, so I went inside and got one of my kitchen knives, so I could defend myself. And maybe get something to eat…. tasty…. delicious…. virtual….. creatures…..
Is it okay to hack games and make them…disturbing? According to a friend of mine, it all depends on the final result.
Michelle, the friend, is a gamer. She was about to have a birthday party. I didn’t know what game she wanted next. I went on eBay to search for Pokemon games. For some reason, a “different” game appeared in the search results:
“RARE, UNRELEASED MYSIMS PREQUEL”
Michelle loves to mock and enjoy the simplistic, gimmicky MySims game series. An unreleased game in the series could only have so many possibilities. I bid seven dollars on the game, when I realized that the only bidder was me. I pondered the reasons in my mind of why, until I realized that I had bid at the last minute.
The day before Michelle’s birthday, the game was at my door. It was in the MySims Wii box, with the word “BEGINNING” written on the box. I should have taken it as a sign. The next day, Michelle was happy about my present. She shouldn’t have been.
She invited me over the next day to play MySims Beginning. The Disc Channel screen showed the MySims logo, but it wasn’t bouncing slowly up and down. When we pressed start, there was no EA logo or MySims intro. There was just the MySims title screen. Everything was basically like the first game in the series. Then came creating our character. She pressed the “Random” button, and…WHOA!!! The character design was someone who looked like Lisbeth Salander. We pressed “Random” again…and the MySim looked just like Michelle. It was an almost uncanny resemblance. This game was not haunted, though. Video games are not haunted.
Strange Harley Quinn’s Revenge DLC
***WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Batman: Arkham City**
As most of you who’ve played Arkham City probably already know, there is an easter egg in which you can discover that Harley Quinn is pregnant. For those of you who don’t know, when you go to the room in the steel mill where the Joker and Harley are hiding out, you can see Harley’s costume from the first game. If you look down on the floor next to it, you can see a pregnancy test that reads positive. Originally I wasn’t sure if that was just a gag they decided to throw in there, or if they were planning on using that as a plot device for a possible sequel.
However as some of you may also know, Harley can be heard singing to a baby in the end credits. That got me really excited; I thought that would be a great storyline for the next Arkham game. Then I heard that they were making a DLC, Harley Quinn’s Revenge, which takes place after the ending of the main campaign where Joker dies. I was a little disappointed that Joker’s death and/or Harley’s baby would be used for a DLC rather than an actual sequel, but I still thought it was cool nonetheless. When the DLC was announced I went to go buy a used copy from GameStop, I had previously sold my original copy after I finished it. It didn’t look like there was anything wrong with it; it looked just like any other used game you would buy.
For about a month I played it, completing Riddler challenges and various side missions in the main campaign. I noticed absolutely nothing wrong with it, all my original save data was there and everything. There were only two minor differences that I noticed. The first one was that normally you can see the Penguin trapped in the glass exhibit case in the museum where Batman puts him after the Solomon Grundy boss, but this time he wasn’t there. I didn’t really make anything of it, I figured it was just a glitch, but the next thing I noticed was just a little bit stranger.