Chat user 1: Hey, does anyone remember an old PC game from the early 1990s called "Mr. Mix''? I think it was mainly a typing game, similar to Mario Teaches Typing, where you have to type words into a box to make a chef put ingredients into a bowl.
Bridges are an ominous, especially at night. Your walking home at night and you cross a heavily fogged bridge and then you hear it. It starts out soft at first, but soon it builds and you can clearly hear a baby’s cry.
The legend of Bunny Man Bridge says that if you walk all the way down the tunnel at around midnight the Bunny Man will grab you and hang you from the entrance of the bridge. Leaving you as a dead mutilated body to be found in the morning. On the bodies, feet will be a yellow note which reads: “You can’t catch me, I'm the Bunny Man.”
Ever play red light, green light? How about the red rover, red rover game? What if I told you about a game that was kinda like those, but you will need a bathtub? Want to have fun in the bathtub, ADULT STYL? No, not like that, I’m talking about a bathtub ritual for those daring, lonely nights. Daruma-San game, also known as the bath game, originated in Japan. In this ritual, you are "IT" and Daruma is trying to catch you; and, of course, the goal is for you not to get caught.
Do you have the urge to put your life in danger? Do you have a morbid curiosity of death and demons? What if I told you that there is a game that can satisfy your craving for the danger and the unknown. There is a game called hide and seek, just like the one from your childhood, but you're doing this alone. Keep in mind you're not completely alone here, you are playing this game with someone and they are not good company to keep. In this game of hiding and seek, you will be playing for your life with a demon that you summon. Try not to lose though, the mess is a pain to clean up.