The creepy abience music, the noises that and make, the creepers sneaking up on you; all these make me freak out. If Notch adds Herobrine; I will explode into ashes leaving ony a pair of crapped underpants.
Definitely afraid of this game.
All I wish for the Halloween Update is for Herobrine ( ) to NOT be added. Because I am like a sheep when it comes to scary video games. Hell, even Metroid.
And then Notch puts on his troll face all like and I'm like and I don't play for a few days because of a scary new mob.
Metroid gets me too XD I have Zero Mission and Fusion.
GBA metroid games scary? Nah. Try gamecube, without the music.
One time I was in a cavern I found (first proper one ever) and, this being the time cave noises and new mob noises were releasedI could here growling in the cave ( ) but, I couldn't see it. Nowadays I would've realised it was a zombie, but since I'd never heard it before, yeah.
I eventually dug through a soil pocket and found a zombie staring at me
metroid fusion. When The X samus jumps out at the end I literally threw my GBA at a wall. That game was the ****.
Not that particular scene, but the one were your forced to navigate this narrow, long maze jumping and rolling about while the SA-X suit casually WALKS THROUGH the structure towards you like the freakin' Terminator.
That one got me.
Also I loved how the suit would come plowing through a wall at random, much like the Nemesis from RE3.
Really kept you on edge.
I find Minecraft scary. The only reason I think Notch is make it "scarier" is because some people were complaining. I don't think you can have a game that is TOO scary, but you can have a game that isn't scary enough. Its good for everyone.
i have played the full game just a few hours, and my little brother was sitting next to me cheering me on and "telling me what to do". we would both get totally panicy at night or in a dark cave, and both of us would freak out and yell whenever we saw a mob. (and him yelling "wall it up!/kill it!/RUN AWAY!) and then i died.
and it was awesome
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I was surprised, honestly. It's such a quaint looking little game. But very few games have given me that twist-in-your-gut-danger feeling like Minecraft does when I look down an unlit side cavern and hear the corny zombie moan.
It certainly does. I've been just minding my own business before and suddenly hear a sizzle or twang of arrow... it makes me jump (literally - my mouse comes off the desk) because the game is otherwise very relaxing. I find mining and gathering to be a pretty zen-like time sink, and sometimes that gets shattered - I like it.
If a monster is coming after me, or I'm in my mine and I hear a noise, I get a weird feeling in my back! I HAVE TO RUN AND GET AWAY! RUNN I TELL YOU RUNNNNNNNNN! (in the game of course) It's the scariest game I've ever played. If he adds Herobrine, I'ma need a diaper.
YES. Digging for diamonds/slimes(mainly becasuse i found my first diamod recently) when i heard a cave sound, and fell through the void. Cave sounds are scary, but add a good atmospere to the game. Recently i was stuck in a cave with nothing but dirt wall betweeen me and a creeper. i tried to sneack to see if it was day, but the creepr gave me and even bigger surprise. fianlly, i hate spider hisses, skelteons arrows and zombie moans.
I hope noth adds herobrine, but only as figure in the distnce(not a mob) and you can turn him off.
oddly, yes it does. And it really surprise me when I say that since I am a hardened gamer, I am not usually scared.
I think a big part of the reason it feels more real is that if I die in minecraft, there are consequences. I lose my stuff, or at least have to go run out to find it before it disappears. This is at least an inconvenience. Of course now that I have more experience at the game and know what to expect those moments of being scared are much less common, but I do still get them as I get surprised by a creeper showing up where I didn't expect.
What really surprises me is when I get scared of falling. I am naturally scared of heights anyhow, but in minecraft when I'm building some epic tower taller than the clouds, and I peek out over the edge, I get scared. It makes me laugh at myself every time and I don't let it stop me from continuing my work, but I still get scared.