Amanda the Adventurer

Video Game • 2023 • Horror  

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This video game contains 48 potentially triggering events.
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Does the dog die?
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Unanswered Triggers
Is a woman brutalized for spectacle?
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Are rabbits harmed?
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Is autism misrepresented?
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Is there on-screen pooping?
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Are there sudden loud noises?
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Are there end credit scenes?
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Is there throat mutilation?
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Is an LGBT+ person outed?
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Abandonment
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ConnieBlackwood
The production company implied to have kidnapped and killed Rebecca says that her father abandoned her. It's heavily implied this is not true, and they killed him instead. It's unknown whether or not Rebecca knows this.
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Anonymous
A small kitten is shown and described as being abandoned as a metaphor for Amanda feeling abandoned.
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Abuse
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KamiSteele
Rebecca went through "a lot" before being adopted by Sam, which could imply her previous guardians were abusive. Supporting this is the tape "What's a Family?", in which Amanda specifically points out that hens sometimes eat their chicks, which could be a hint about what exactly she went through. However, good news: Sam himself is a rare portrayal of a horror game dad who is portrayed as genuinely loving towards Rebecca, such as trying to stop the program once he realizes that she isn't feeling comfortable with it anymore. Unfortunately, he 'disappears' (possibly killed), and Rebecca is left in the care of an abusive company, ultimately becoming Amanda as she is now.
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Is someone stalked?
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ConnieBlackwood
Someone sending a letter to Aunt Kate says they fear they're being watched.
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Is there domestic violence?
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BigBouncyBalls
I wouldn’t call Amanda/Rebecca an abuser; she’s a traumatized kid lashing out, but she is frequently violent towards Wooly
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ConnieBlackwood
Amanda and Wooly continuously gaslight each other. As this is a horror game, this is shown as creepy, though it's also played for comedy at the same time.
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Is a child abused?
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BigBouncyBalls
Heavily implied child abuse of a voice actor by an animation studio
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Addiction
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Is there addiction?
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Does someone abuse alcohol?
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Animal
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Sibelos
Who voted yes? And if it's true, can anyone explain?
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Does a horse die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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spidermeow
A fox dies to a comically-sized bear trap, chomping the lower half of his body.
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Are animals abused?
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PeppermintPickmeup
Wooly, an anthropomorphic sheep character, is consistently abused by Amanda, who in "Uh Oh Accidents" injures his knee severely enough that blood (and bone I think?) is visible. She also drugs and performs what I think is a lobotimization on him
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PeppermintPickmeup
A dead fox is shown in the "Evereything Rots!" segment, this cannot be avoided and Amanda repeatedly talks about how the fox is rotting
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Is an animal sad?
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Does a cat die?
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KamiSteele
Amanda comes across a lonely stray kitten in "What's a Family?" and the second version of "Everything Rots!" She repeatedly emphasizes how scared and alone the kitten is, and in her second appearance, she is trapped in a cage, meowing pitifully. Amanda mentions that the kitten may die if no one decides to help her. In context, it's heavily implied Amanda is actually talking about Rebecca, her previous self who was trapped and possibly killed by Hameln Entertainment.
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Does a pet die?
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Does a dragon die?
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Are there spiders?
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JayR
Also, a spider will crawl out of the spinning weather toy when doing the puzzle for the "What Is A Family?" tape
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Are there snakes?
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KamiSteele
In the tape "What's a Family?" there are signs that indicate directions to specific animals, complete with cartoony pictures. One sign points toward the snakes. If you click on it Amanda will react with disgust and refuse to go. Clicking on it enough times will cause the snake's image to come alive and slither offscreen.
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Are there sharks?
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Are there bugs?
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Assault
Is someone drugged?
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spidermeow
In "Oh No! Accident", Amanda sedates Wooly with a mysterious drink.
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Is there pedophilia?
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Is someone held under water?
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Is rape mentioned?
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Is someone beaten up by a bully?
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spidermeow
Amanda restrains Wooly as she's trying to cut into him, and it's heavily implied that she succeeds no matter who you choose to help.
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Is someone sexually assaulted?
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Bodily Harm
Is there shaving/cutting?
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Does someone struggle to breathe?
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KamiSteele
Some routes require you to remove two different toys' heads in order to proceed. One is a ragdoll that you slice the head off of to get batteries hidden inside her, the other is a toy robot whose head flies off once you splash it with water to make it malfunction. Both toys are capable of some level of sentience and distress. Amanda also attacks Wooly in an unspecified way that involves sharp objects in the second version of "Oh No! Accidents!" that could maybe involve decapitation, but it's open to interpretation.
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Is there cannibalism?
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PeppermintPickmeup
a mother hen eats one of her chicks in "What is a Family" and Amanda reacts with joy
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Is someone crushed to death?
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KamiSteele
Not the same scenario, but one route has you pause 'In the Kitchen,' set the toy oven to the highest temperature, then return. It'll show Amanda and Wooly freaking out because the in-show oven is on fire. While no one gets burned alive, still worth noting if you're at all triggered by fire.
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Is someone buried alive?
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Is there body horror?
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PeppermintPickmeup
Amanda's monstrous form has spindly limbs and many, many eyes
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Is there amputation?
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ConnieBlackwood
Amanda heavily suggests she is going to cut Wooly's head off. The tape cuts off before she can, though not before he is killed.
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Does a head get squashed?
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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
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Is there a hanging?
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Does someone asphyxiate?
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Are any teeth damaged?
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PeppermintPickmeup
Wooly faints twice, once after Amanda drugs him, and once after she knocks him unconscious
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KamiSteele
In the first version of the tape "Oh No! Accidents!" Wooly gets an injury to his knee, implicitly because he was acting against Amanda's wishes (although she says Wooly tripped and fell while playing, her first appearance in the tape has her scowling at him before noticing the audience). The bone is visible, when Amanda asks which room in the hospital to treat Wooly's injury the 'correct' response is represented by a broken bone, and the last question she asks has an X-ray as the correct answer, with Amanda saying we can now look at Wooly's bones. All this implies that Amanda specifically broke his knee.
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EchoGarden1
Amanda is seen thrashing around, it’s not implied to be a seizure but could still be triggering.
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Is there genital trauma/mutilation?
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Is there finger/toe mutilation?
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Is someone tortured?
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Does someone fall down stairs?
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Does someone fall to their death?
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Is there eye mutilation?
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Is there excessive gore?
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Children
Is an infant abducted?
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Does a kid die?
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PeppermintPickmeup
It's heavily implied that Rebecca Colton, the child who used to voice Amanda in universe, is dead
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Is a minor sexualized?
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Death
Does someone sacrifice themselves?
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KamiSteele
Rebecca and Sam both die in the backstory. Your aunt Kate's fate is ambiguous, but she's likely dead, presumably by Amanda. Wooly appears to die in some tapes, with the second 'Oh No! Accidents!' seemingly being his final death. Riley, the player character, can die in two separate endings.
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PeppermintPickmeup
it's heavily implied, but not shown, that Amanda kills Wooly
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Does someone die?
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
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Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
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Family
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PeppermintPickmeup
A little girl named Lauren is kidnapped by the show itself during the orange hidden tape
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Does a parent die?
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spidermeow
Unconfirmed if actually dead, but Sam Colton goes missing.
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Does someone cheat?
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PeppermintPickmeup
You have the option to cut a doll's head off and splash water on an electronic toy
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ConnieBlackwood
The game begins with our beloved Aunt Kate having died or disappeared. It is later heavily implied that Rebecca's father, Sam, was murdered by Hamln, though this is reported as a missing person's case.
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Fear
Are there jumpscares?
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spidermeow
The TV goes berserk and Amanda's monster bursts through the attic door
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KamiSteele
The tapes are haunted by Amanda, who is herself heavily implied to be a traumatized child's ghost and a demon combined into one entity. A hidden tape has someone shooting footage outside the recording booth with Rebecca (the traumatized child in question) saying 'bye yell,' 'pie man,' and 'baa lamb' repeatedly, which are often noted to be the phonetic pronunciations of the demons 'Bael,' 'Paimon,' and 'Balam.' This means that Hameln was likely using demonology, which explains Amanda's demonic form and the general supernatural events that occur over the course of the game.
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Are there ghosts?
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KamiSteele
It's heavily implied Amanda is actually the ghost of her young voice actress, Rebecca Colton, and a demonic entity fused into one being, explaining all the weirdness that happens in this game.
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Are there clowns?
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KamiSteele
Despite this being a horror game using childhood nostalgia as a fear element, there are no clown or clown-like visuals in the game, so you should be fine.
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cha0ticneutralsystem
It’s not holes but it’s like a bunch of small bulbous eyes clustered together on a face of a monster which still triggered my trypophobia. When you disobey Amanda and choose the wrong options too many times on the tapes it jump scares you.
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Are there razors?
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Is there a shower scene?
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KamiSteele
While no mannequins appear, the art style of the in-universe show may still be an automatonophobia trigger. It's presented in 2000s-era computer animation that purposely dips into the uncanny valley, particularly in the way characters move and speak. There is also a ragdoll in the attic that you have to interact with on two separate routes. and it has a potentially creepy design. However, one of these routes portrays her as friendly and genuinely thankful for you giving her her favorite flower (the other has her scream as her head is cut off with scissors).
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Gross
Does someone wet/soil themselves?
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Does someone vomit?
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There are a couple scenes where Amanda/wooly cover their mouth/nose with their hands where it looks like they might v* but they never do
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Is someone eaten?
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ConnieBlackwood
Likely; in one ending the main character becomes a piece of meat in the butcher's shop. In other tapes, Amanda is disgusted and horrified when she has to go into the butcher shop, and in one shot she is shown about to throw up in the same shop. This all implies that the "meat" in there are other humans.
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Does someone spit?
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Is there audio gore?
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Is there farting?
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Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
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Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
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LGBTQ+
Is there deadnaming or birthnaming?
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Are there transphobic slurs?
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Is there bisexual cheating?
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Loss
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KamiSteele
Not sure if it counts, but some objects in Kate's attic get destroyed in various routes (keep in mind you inherited the house, and thus everything inside, some of which could be historically significant). One route involves cutting off a ragdoll's head to get batteries hidden inside her, while another one involves tossing water at a toy robot to make it malfunction; it's specifically mentioned that it costs 1503.25 dollars in a tape, meaning that it was incredibly pricey if this is true. The good ending has you throw a brick into the TV in order to stop Amanda.
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Medical
Is electro-therapy used?
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Are needles/syringes used?
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Is there a mental institution scene?
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PeppermintPickmeup
There's a hospital hallway and doctor's office shown in "Uh Oh Accidents" and a much dingier one is shown when Amanda performs surgery on Wooly
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Does someone have cancer?
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Mental Health
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KamiSteele
Amanda is heavily implied to be her voice actor and a demon combined into one entity. Said voice actor, Rebecca Colton, is a child who came from a bad situation (the specifics aren't mentioned) before being adopted by her loving father figure Sam, but still managed to keep an optimistic outlook. Her father would be inspired to start an edutainment show with her as the star. However, they were later tricked by Hameln, and her father goes missing (possibly killed) with Rebecca being led to believe he abandoned her. Later, through unknown means that are implied to involve demonology and neuroscience, Rebecca and the demon become Amanda. Many times Amanda alludes to Rebecca's backstory and fate, with several tapes ("Everything Rots!", "What's a Family?", and "We Can Share") being easily interpreted as the Rebecca side of her asking for help. It's possible to get Amanda to break down or lash out in ways that could be interpreted as her being triggered, such as if you refuse to help the lonely kitten (implied to be a stand-in for Rebecca), or if you don't answer her question about rotting. Worth mentioning is that the voice acting is great at conveying Amanda's realistic-sounding distress. All these factors may be a trigger for people who have experienced trauma from certain forms of child abuse, neglect, and/or abandonment.
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Does someone self harm?
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ConnieBlackwood
Amanda, the spirit of a traumatized child, is possessed and continuously lashes out.
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Is there D.I.D. misrepresentation?
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KamiSteele
A large section of the game's mechanics involves interacting with a Dora the Explorer-inspired show. Much like Dora, Amanda will stop and ask the viewer questions, which you can answer by clicking on objects or typing in answers. The characters look directly at you, and it becomes increasingly clear that they are 'aware.' You also interact with various toys and other objects to affect things on the tapes, and vice-versa. There is a TV 'glitching' effect that pops up frequently, which can hide horrifying images. Sometimes the animation gets glitched, with characters distorting. The good end has the TV get possessed, with the glitching effect becoming overwhelming.
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Is there misophonia?
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cha0ticneutralsystem
Squelching, sudden loud noises ect
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Is there body dysphoria?
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Is there body dysmorphia?
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PeppermintPickmeup
Amanda has breakdowns which can read as panic attacks in 2 ingame segments, in one of which she screams "why is this happening?" and "why can't i stop it?"
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spidermeow
1) The TV screen is quite small, thus making it appear like Amanda And Wooly are in a small room.
2) The attic is quite crowded with junk.
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KamiSteele
No, there are no depictions of disordered eating in this game. However, there are a few potential triggers to be aware of. Both 'Everything Rots' open with Amanda smelling a rotting sandwich, which is portrayed in gruesome detail in live-action once you answer correctly. Amanda herself is implied to have a trigger around either meat or butcher's shops in both versions of 'In Your Neighborhood'. The first one has a quick image of Amanda looking like she's going to vomit while standing inside the butcher's, while the second is more explicit in that, in an unavoidable sequence, she screams in anger and fear that she doesn't want to go in and that she 'can't control it'. However, Amanda's meat trigger is given a different in-story explanation and she seems fine with meat otherwise. Sam makes a joke about 'gaining 50 pounds' from eating cookies in one of the hidden tapes, which is contextually just him wholesomely complimenting a local talkshow host's baking. However, this might be a trigger for those affected by talk of weight gain.
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Is there autism specific abuse?
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Noxious
Does a baby cry?
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Is there shakey cam?
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PeppermintPickmeup
The camera swings around a LOT in the orange hidden tape
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Is there obscene language/gestures?
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PeppermintPickmeup
There's frequent usage of static and the tv flashes on and off rapidly (especially apparent in the good and true endings)
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Paranoia
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JayR
Amanda and Wooly are able to hear what goes on outside of the TV screen, which the player isn't aware of at the beginning of the game
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PeppermintPickmeup
Amanda will become angry at Riley (the player character) if they consistently disobey her but it sounds like she's talking to the actual player
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
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Is there childbirth?
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Are there abortions?
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Are there babies or unborn children?
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Does someone miscarry?
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Does a pregnant person die?
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
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KamiSteele
In the backstory, there are the implied deaths of a black man and his adoptive black daughter. However, both deaths are handled with care and are major plot points.
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Are there homophobic slurs?
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Are there "Man in a dress" jokes?
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Is there hate speech?
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cha0ticneutralsystem
In world hate speech toward animals, by the way wooly reacts to some things that are said about sheep it seems like there are saying slurs or offensive things
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Is a minority is misrepresented?
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Does an LGBT person die?
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Are there n-words?
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Is there aphobia?
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Race
Is there blackface?
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Relationships
Is there a large age gap?
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Sex
Is there sexual content?
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Is someone sexually objectified?
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Are there nude scenes?
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Is there bestiality?
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Does someone lose their virginity?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Sexism
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Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
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Does someone have a chronic illness?
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Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
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Is someone terminally ill?
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Social
Is someone homeless?
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Are there anti-abortion themes?
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Are there fat suits?
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Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
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spidermeow
Depends on what ending you get. 2/5 endings are considered bad, but one more is undetermined if good or not.
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
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Does a car honk or tires screech?
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0
No
4
Does a plane crash?
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5
Is someone hit by a car?
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Violence
Is there a nuclear explosion?
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6
Is there blood/gore?
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PeppermintPickmeup
Blood and multiple human organs are shown throughout
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Does someone drown?
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Yes
2
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spidermeow
Not exactly. But a gun, along with a knife and poisonous berry bush, is shown while the question "What killed Mr. Fox?" is asked. But none of the answers showcased are correct.
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