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Creepy High-Pitched Voice : Umlaut, the magical Villainous Harlequin head who taunts you throughout the game, has a very shrill voice. It goes especially high when he does his Signature Laugh. Klot, the Mad Doctor clown enemy found in the Big Top level, speaks with a high pitched voice.
Damsel in Distress : Betty, who you have to avoid shooting. Most of the time, the monsters are chasing her, and a few scenes suggest they caught her for the moment showing her in a cage or in stocks.
Day-Old Legend : Played with. This is likely due to previous victims from that era influencing what would be added as new attractions. The Dead Have Eyes : The skeleton enemies are somehow able to see you.
Deadly Doctor : The crazed surgeons who appear in the center ring. They carry large saws and hypodermic needles. Die Laughing : The Flapjacks laugh when they are damaged. When killed, the laughter sometimes degenerates into pained gagging. Does This Remind You of Anything? In addition, there are blue dinosaurs all around the area. Evil Hand : One hallway in the Haunted House has dangerous hands that come out of holes in the walls to swipe at the Protagonist when he passes through. In fact, bringing his girlfriend is just an excuse for her to appear from time to time for something to avoid hitting.
And then he later finds the jester head again and starts the whole thing over. Pixel Hunt : When you encounter a swarm of bats in the Haunted House stage, only one will actually attack you, but figuring out which one is nearly impossible. Trial-and-Error Gameplay : Some enemies land a hit on you seconds after they appear.
Fangs Are Evil : Evil Marie has some rather long pointy teeth. Umlaut also attacks by biting. Foreshadowing : In the Haunted House level, when the Protagonist goes inside, you can see a portrait of a young girl holding an axe covered with blood.
Take a guess who is at the end of the level. Fragile Speedster : As expected, Umlaut during his boss battle. He goes down quickly, but man — is he a hard target! The Freakshow : One of the levels is set in one. Gag Boobs : Evil Marie. The dissonance that results when this is coupled with her half-blown-off face is both hilarious and disturbing. Gatling Good : Machine guns are one of the weapon pick-ups in the game, and are found throughout all stages of the game.
Giant Spider : Stalking around the darkened corridors of the Haunted House level. Even as they are dying. He has one eye in each of his two heads, three in his chest, and one in each arm. Grievous Harm with a Body : The zombies in the Haunted House level will sometimes hurl body parts at the players. Haunted House : One of the stages is based off a dark house ride version of one. Here We Go Again! He gets turned into red mulch by one of the propellers on his own Zeppelin!
Hollywood Acid : One of the pick-ups you can get is an "acid gun", and it melts enemies to sludge—complete with a hissing sound. Hostage Spirit Link : Every so often, Betty will pop up, and you have to avoid shooting her. Shooting her anyway costs you some of your life. Human Cannonball : The bat imps are launched out of a cannon. Also, this is how the player gets up to higher ground. Impaled with Extreme Prejudice : The eventual fate of Evil Marie: she falls onto a pointed fountain ornament that goes right through her torso.
Incendiary Exponent : When Hambone, mid-boss of the Haunted House makes his entrance, he is on fire after apparently climbing out of the wrecked car outside the door. Inexplicably Identical Individuals : All the innocent bystanders in this game have the same model as Betty.
This also applies to many of the enemies, with their descriptions on the website describing them as singular people. Jump Scare : Pretty omnipresent, albeit this sort of thing is to be expected in a rail shooter. Killer Rabbit : One of the oddities in the "Museum of the Slightly Curious" is a " Mechanical Killer Rabbit ", with the internal mechanisms showing and holding a blood-stained dagger. Knee-capping : The game specifically models gruesome damage to the kneecaps on some enemies.
Each knee can be damaged separately. Knife Nut : The shorter clowns are nuts about wielding knives and other horrible objects. Large Ham : Umlaut Literally Shattered Lives : How Umlaut dies.
Magical Clown : Umlaut, a magical flying jester head. A pun on "token taker". Refers to both the token required to summon him and the endless amount of tokens you need to "give him" to beat the game. Messy Maggots : Among the many nauseating horrors in the Freak Show level are maggots with humanlike faces. Monster Clown : The last stage, the Big Top, is chock full of these - big and small. What the heck could he teach?! More Teeth than the Osmond Family : Umlaut has jaws like a shark, full of long, pointy teeth.
No Name Given : The Protagonist. Unsurprisingly, the player can shoot them, and they split up into smaller, green souls when defeated.
CARNEVIL MANUAL PDF
Ensure those who summon and enter CarnEvil never leave by any means required. Where skeletons rot and corpses fester, locate the tomb with the skull of a Jester. Feed him the token all shiny and new We are visiting your town. We open every midnight and close before the dawn. Your mommy may come look for you
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Creepy High-Pitched Voice : Umlaut, the magical Villainous Harlequin head who taunts you throughout the game, has a very shrill voice. It goes especially high when he does his Signature Laugh. Klot, the Mad Doctor clown enemy found in the Big Top level, speaks with a high pitched voice. Damsel in Distress : Betty, who you have to avoid shooting. Most of the time, the monsters are chasing her, and a few scenes suggest they caught her for the moment showing her in a cage or in stocks. Day-Old Legend : Played with. This is likely due to previous victims from that era influencing what would be added as new attractions.