Time for a series of Slender haiku. Followed by a poem about the one thing even Slender Man can’t compete with…. Continue reading Dirge of Slender
Below, I present to you all the Duck’s contribution to our collection of delightfully spooky poems in anticipation of Halloween. This is a Slender Man poem I published not too long ago on fanfiction.net and which I think would be quite fitting for this month’s festivities. Without further ado: Trees. By the Duck. Continue reading Trees
I have been writing a lot of posts related to “Slender: The Nine Pages” as of late. Even more so (and which is required in order to properly write about it), I have been playing the game, not to mention recording gameplay videos of it, something I have been enjoying immensely, even as it repeatedly sends my socks flying across the room in dread. I have two new gameplay videos to share with you all below, but first, the true purpose of my post (okay, okay, a large part really is to just show off my videos, but still).
For me, “Slender: The Nine Pages”, and surely many of the other “Slender” games, is an experience rather than just a game, something I learned as I tried to record yet another gameplay video. The game doesn’t frighten me as much as it used to, so I now play at night with the lights off, but it’s quite difficult coaxing myself to do this because, well, this game is still pretty darn scary, whether or not I’ve gotten somewhat used to it. Playing this game, in many ways, is quite an ordeal, but I force myself to play because I want so badly to get those stupid pages, and I really enjoy recording videos of it. But, you know what happened… Well, I got the key to the locked door for the first time ever, and I even got seven pages on my last attempt for that video. That’s right, seven. One-two-three…seven. And you would think that would be a good thing, but I then found, to my utter dismay, that… Continue reading Slender is an Experience
I did it. I finally played “Slender: The Nine Pages”. I sure hope the site where I downloaded it was safe, but all seems well. I downloaded version 1.3, and I had some trouble at first figuring out how to get it to work, as the computer kept complaining at me that I couldn’t open the game without the data folder being nearby. I don’t even know what that was supposed to mean, but once some hardcore unzipping occurred, once I realized that was what it wanted me to do, the game worked just fine. But, before I played, I wanted to do something very stupid. I wanted to wait until it was dark out, turn off all the lights, and light a few paper lanterns. I know, cute, little paper lanterns have very little to do with eluding the Slender Man, but they were all I had for some semi-spooky ambient lighting. Continue reading The Duck Meets the Slender Man…It Was Not a Pleasure
Just the other day (as of writing this, at least), I was watching this gameplay video of a game I remember hearing about a few months ago or so called “Slender: The Nine Pages”. It is a PC game, and I was warned right from the start that it might be rather scary. That only intrigued me more, as I do rather like frightening things, and so I didn’t heed his warning at all and just kept watching, to varying degrees of regret. If you want to see the video for yourself, it is below: Continue reading The Duck Watches People Get Terrorized by Slender Man
The tale of Slenderman continues in Slender: The Arrival, which was recently released on Steam and is being sold at a 20% discount until Monday, November 4th). As the Slender Man has become internet folklore at this point, having a chance to explore the legend further is indeed a tempting proposition.
Continue reading News Byte: New Slender Game On Steam