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In Taco-Man's first interactive movie, you control the cameras and traps. It's your job to protect Taco-Man and the girls from whatever evil is lurking inside house. Can you catch all the bad guys and solve the case? The movie features multiple endings and plays in real time.

For those wanting to know the locations off all the Leechers, here they are:

1. In Part One, you must save Jessica by capturing the one in the BATHROOM and then then remaining one in the BEDROOM to continue to Part Two.

2. In Part Two, the moment Ben Burrito comes on the screen, switch to the BEDROOM to catch a Leecher,

3. then switch to OUTSIDE to catch two on the roof.

4. Switch to the LIVING ROOM and wait for Zach to attack Taco-Man. Trap Zach,

5. then switch to OUTSIDE. Two more will come along on the roof.
âEU¨6. Switch back to the LIVING ROOM to get another one.

7. Switch to the KITCHEN, and wait for the three Leechers to attack Taco-Man and the girls. Trap the group of leechers

8. and switch immediately to the LIVING ROOM, where one more will appear.

9. Switch to the HALL and wait for Sarah's father to attack Ashley, trap him,

10. then switch to the BATHROOM, and catch another one.

11. Wait in the BEDROOM for the last one. Trap it,

12. then save Taco-Man, or let him die.

Your total should be 12 and you will get the R-Rated ending!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

As a huge Night Trap fan, I loved it...

I can remember playing the old FMV games of the 1990s a lot; Double Switch, Night Trap, Psychic Detective, Daedalus Encounter, the fairly decent Wire-Head and Tomcat Alley, even the god-awful Sewer Shark, Surgical Strike, Space Pirates and Ground Zero Texas!

Among my favorites were the first four titles mentioned.
What makes this flash unique is that it's basis is on such an obscure game, as the entire FMV genre died very quickly, some speculate as a result of the first-person shooter FMV games' poor design.

However, the unique trap-voyeur concept, popularised by both the then-controversial Night Trap, and its brother Double Switch, became a cult hit for some gamers, while others hated FMV games altogether.

I like that this flash isn't an attempt at a direct emulation, rather it changes the game's characters.
After all, seeing the late Dana Plato would be more depressing than humorous anyways.

Good job, keep up the good work, would like to see some more obscure video games (anyone remember Rise of the Dragon or Snatcher?) parodied or otherwise revamped into flash.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was tottally awsome... this is put together very nicely and would definetly like to see more flashes like this in the near future. xD.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i remember that game!

cool! the flash isent the same thing as the original, of course, but its still not bad. i would LOVE it if they took the graphics and atmopher of Extormis, and used it in a serious Night Trap flash game! that would rock! i once heard they banned that game from some stores 'cause of the one scene where the blond girl gets captured/killed. there wern't any commando's in this flash re-make, though...damn...i always thought it was cool watchen them get captured! espicially the first guy, he desearved it cause he turned his radio off! DUMBASS! and that magic wand looking thing that the kid brought over...damn this is bringing back memories!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Meh its allright......................

tho the multi cameras were making it hard to figure out were somone was or was gonna go or was gonna be

But anyways i did miss a few parts of the Flash parts because 2 or 3
things were going on at once

but in all its a pretty good movie/game


Rated 4 / 5 stars


That was great and it brought back some cool memories of the original. This is probably a little better than the original game. Really clever stuff.