The Continue? boys learn the hard way not to fall asleep while playing A Nightmare on Elm Street, or they'll end up in a Bizarro World.
A Nightmare on Elm Street is a video game released on the Nintendo Entertainment System in October 1989 and 1990, loosely based on the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. It was developed by Rare and published by LJN. It should not be confused with an unrelated game with the same title for the Commodore 64 and IBM PC released in 1989.
The player takes on the role of an ordinary teenager. Additional teenagers can be controlled by up to three other players with the use of the NES Four Score. The objective is to scour the vicinity of Elm Street, collect the bones of the supernatural serial killer Freddy Krueger and dispose of them in the local high school's furnace.
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"I'm haunted now." - Josh
"He looks like a burn victim, what the hell?" - Nick
"What was he hanging around the boiler room or something?" - Josh
"Is down up?" - Josh
"Is this all a dream? I used to read Word Up! magazine?" - Paul
"Oh dude, buff satyrs are here, shit!" - Paul
"A singular Satan is here!" - Paul
"Rare and LJN connected for the worst game of all, fucking, time." - Paul
"Eww, look at that head, it's Jean-Luc Picard!" - Josh
"Spiders jumping off trampolines down in those pits, but if you fall in the pit you're not gonna get to jump on the trampoline, cos' it's for spiders only." - Paul
"I only had a back pussy." - Girl Josh
True Facts Edit
- The tombstones at the end of the episode read as follows:
- "Here lies Nick Murphy, Husband, Handsome, Hero. (1983 - 2012)."
- "Here lies Paul Ritchey - "Paul'd it. (1984 - 2012)."
- Here lies Josh Henderson. He died of too much awesome sex. (1983 - 2012)."
- This episode marks the second appearance of the Game Over crew.