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Splatterhouse Mini Game

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Oct 16, 2011 | 9:53 AM EDT

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Depending on Hardware and operating system, your experience will change.
Tested this game on Mac G5(ran bad with glitches) and XP Dual Core (Ran Ok) and Wii (Ran OK) and Win 7 Quad Core (Ran Perfect)
Also, you may want to lower the Quality level via the Title Screen button for Quality.

Watch a Long Play (LP) with the Good Ending. x
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Watch a Short Cheesy Fan Film I made to accompany the game. s
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As Mentioned in Previous videos, I am finalizing the BIG SECRET PROJECT I have been working on all year. This GAME will most likely be my final entry on New Grounds before I make the announcement on my Youtube Channel informing all my SUBS on WHEN and WHERE to see the BIG SECRET PROJECT. So please subscribe to my StringAnime Channel, and THANK YOU very much all of you that have been subscribing so far. Your patience shall be rewarded.
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I wanted to make an Action game that required NO Clicking or Button/Key pressing, only mouse/pointer Rollover. A Button Masher with No Button Mashing if you will. The Arcade Classic Splatterhouse was the chosen theme. I am an animator, so all my code is "STOP" and "On RollOver Goto" and "Stop All Sounds" and that's it. I took a page out of the DRAGON'S LAIR hand book of Programming and just animate every possibility. So depending on your Computer's Speed and Bus Speed, results may vary, I apologize. All Characters are inspired of the Original Splatterhouse, except the Last Boss which was of my own imagination. Also, there are two different endings, one regular and one extended, or you may think of them as Bad ending and Good ending.

Back in 2006 I contacted USA Namco Headquarters via telephone. I proposed that Namco make a New splatterhouse and include this fun little game as an unlockable extra, along with a short Fan film I was making at the time. Their spokesperson stated that "At this time Namco is no longer interested in making another Splatterhouse." Without so much as giving my content a glance, that was the end of it, and this Prototype of the Splatterhouse Mini Game remained as is.

4 years later, a new splatterhouse was released.
This always happens to me....I show SEGA my 3D fighting game idea in animation form back in the early 90's, they say get outta here kid and later I see Virtua Fighter in the arcades... except my fighting game prototype was more like Smash Bros. Oh well, I am glad that no companies nabbed me, because being independent is where it's at! Yeaii for being a reject!



Rated 2 / 5 stars

God damn my computer sucks balls and lags.

I got to the first boss and the lag, would keep me from punching him fast enough to hit him.

Oh well, I like splatter house, and the graphics are funny.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

it was ok


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice game. But to bad im bad at it


Rated 5 / 5 stars

You know, i wonder what the Biggy Man's face looks like when the burlap sack is punched off of him. great idea for the stage 2's bosses' defeat


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I'm the type that doesn't like these simple graphics. But this game sparked intrest in me as soon as i whooped the first monster's ass.

Nicely down