♪ (old-school video game music) ♪ – “Boogeyman”? Is this like
a horror– it’s a horror game. – Games are supposed to be fun. Why are you trying to scare yourself? – I was scared as a kid. I was always terrified that
the Boogeyman was gonna come out and, like, kill me or something. – (Finebros) This game challenges you
to fight off the Boogeyman for seven nights armed
with nothing but a flashlight. – Okay, so this is basically a knockoff of Five Nights at Freddy’s. – This sounds fun. (laughing) I don’t think
I’m gonna get scared. – I hate you guys SO MUCH right now. Let’s just play already
and get this over with. – “The Boogeyman has four ways
of getting into the room.” – “Listen for the unique
noises made from each to become more alert to which
direction he is coming from.” – “Listen carefully. Click for noises.” (low creaking)
– Okay, a door. Sounds like a door. (sliding noise)
– Does not sound like a window. – Closet.
(high-pitched squeak) I don’t like the closet noise. (quiet metallic sound)
– All right, that’s so faint. – This doesn’t seem too scary. – (Finebros) So just for fun,
we’re gonna add a little extra challenge for you today.
– (woodenly) Great. No! No!! No! No! This– no! No! No! No! No! No! Nnnno! – Oculus? Oh dang. Okay, that was a cool– that was
a cool plot twist right there. – I decided that I’m actually scared now. – I jinxed it. I jinxed it. I said
it wasn’t gonna be that scary, and then… here’s this. – ♪ Hello, darkness, my old friend ♪ Oh, man. – (Finebros) Be aware
the game’s a little glitchy with the Oculus, but we really wanted you to get the full experience.
– Oi. – Oh, that’s trippy. And now
I can move my mouse to, like– Oh, that’s very trippy. – “Hold RBM to look under, if you dare.” – Oh, this is so creepy. (click)
– What is going on? – (girl, on recording)
If you’re listening to this, I sure hope you’re not planning
on sleeping in this room. I’m Alicia, and if you’ve unfortunately only stumbled across
this tape in the dark, it’s probably watching you right now. – Um, oh, bro, this is [bleep] up. – (Alicia) I left
a flashlight under the bed if you’ve not already found it. It’s the only thing they’re scared of. (chokes up) I’ve tried telling people
that the Boogeyman… he got my sister. – Dude, this kid is helping me
but is scaring me. – This’ll be fun.
– (Alicia) There’s a spare battery hidden under the floorboard under the bed. If you can last long enough,
it’ll leave you alone. (sharp distorted buzzing)
– What is that noise? – Guys, I don’t want to do this.
It’s too creepy, guys. – She’s gone. Now I just have to listen. I feel like that’s the best I can do. – (chuckles) [Bleep].
Can I not walk forward? – Nothing’s happening,
and that’s scaring me. (low creaking) – Aha! That got rid of him! (metallic rattling)
– Oh shit. Bro, get the– get the [bleep]– – Where’s the vent?
Hold on, I can’t find it. Why do people do– (gasps)
Oh my god! Oh my god. (snickers) I just saw him. – I feel like I have
to constantly check the room– (window slides open) (ominous whoosh) Okay, I just saw the little hand,
and then it went away. – The scariest part of this
game is the atmosphere and just waiting and waiting. – Oh no, my battery’s gone. Oh no. I’m so scared!
I have to look under the bed. (covers rustle) (click)
– Okay. – “Batteries are picked up automatically. Let go as soon as you hear the roll.” (battery rolling) – Did I get a battery?
Is that what that noise was? (window slides open) (ominous whoosh)
– Aah. Okay. So another demon just came; killed it. (night insects chirping) – I’m not gonna stare.
Like, this is my strategy. I’m just gonna constantly just do this. – I’m trying to hear for clues
right now, but it’s so quiet. – I feel like I can sit back. (low creaking)
No, I definitely– was not a good idea. (ominous whoosh) (window slides open) – (disconcerted) Oh… oh god. I checked the wrong ones. I thought the window thing was the vent. Kinda got really scared. – Ugh, what is that? Where are you? Oh, god no!! Get out, please! Get out! Oh no. (metallic scraping) – This is really creepy. (frightened) Oh my god!
Oh my god, oh my god. (ominous whoosh)
Oh my god. Oh my god, he was coming,
and I didn’t even know. That is so frightening. – Well, there’s no–
(window slides open) There’s no batteries or what? Hey!! There’s no batteries!! (flashlight clicking)
What? Oh, what do I do? I’m just sitting–
I’m a sheep at this point? (covers rustle) (battery rolls)
Yes! (quiet ticking) – I feel like I might
get past the first night. Maybe. Maybe I just jinxed myself. Oops. (flashlight clicking)
Come on. (gasps happily) It’s daytime? (metallic scraping) Oh? Oh god!! (cuckooing)
Oh. Oh. Why? Why? Why? Why? – (gasps) What the [bleep]? What just happened? What just
happened? What just happened? What just happened? What
just happened? What just happened? What just happened?
What am I doing? Did he get me? (cuckooing)
He got– did he get me? – Wait, what? Now I’m standing? Huh? (cuckooing)
How did I get here? – I’m assuming I’ve passed one day. – Yes, we’re done! Oh, I’m done. We’re done, right? – (Finebros) That was just one night! You ready to move on to night two? – But why would I move on?
I mean, I think I should move out. (rain pouring)
– Night two. We out here. – Now it’s a storm? Oh man. Where’s my thunder buddy? – I’m on night two.
(tape recorder clicks) – (Alicia) You know I don’t like it
when you hide in there. You know… – Aw man.
– (Alicia) …the closet is only the second favorite place
for the Boogeyman. – Oh man.
– (Alicia) The second? What’s the first? Under the bed. Everybody knows that.
– I hate this game. (sharp distorted buzzing) – I’m not looking under the bed ever. Oh no! Come on, come on! Come on, get out. (worriedly) No, he left it open. – Like, all these sound effects?
(battery rolls) Like, unnecessary. Like the rain? Why can’t
it be a sunny, nice day? (owl hooting)
– Oh great. There’s an owl outside. You think the owl would help me? No. – He hasn’t come out of the closet yet. Heyyy. – Like, that’s really–
(door creaking) (gasps)
(ominous whoosh) I’m sorry. Where’s this child’s parents? ♪ (toy chiming “Pop Goes the Weasel”) ♪ – No. No, they’re playing
this creepy song. – You gotta watch out for that vent, because it doesn’t make a sound now.
(telephone ringing) So if he’s coming through it, I’m screwed. (telephone ringing)
– Oh. (clicks tongue) Dude, my hotline is blinging
at 1:30 at night. (rain pouring) (in game: screaming and roaring)
– (screams loudly) Bughgh!! ♪ (toy chiming “Pop Goes the Weasel”) ♪ Yo, I hate this. Night two was so much
extra. Like, oh my good– It was way worse than night one. (rain pouring) (loud electrical crackling)
– Oh my god. Oh my god, what is that? What– oh my god. My frog light went out? One of my lights went out.
(sassy) Oh, hell no! (mechanical clacking)
– Now the radio’s gonna just, like, mysteriously turn on? Oh, it’s the monkey thingy. Oh, that’s– oi. Oy. I hated those things as a kid. ♪ (toy chiming “Pop Goes the Weasel”) ♪ – I don’t like the music at all. (toy laughs evilly) Oh my gosh, my chills.
My nerves are kicking in now. ♪ (toy chiming “Pop Goes the Weasel”) ♪ (toy laughs evilly) – I could throw up. Was that a– Was that a jack-in-the-box?
That’s so creepy. (startled) Oh my god! Oh my god! – Uh-uh. Get out.
Okay, look under the bed. (battery rolls)
Got a battery. (owl hoots, thunder rumbles)
Okay. (static hissing)
Oh. Poltergeist! (groans) I hate Poltergeist.
It’s so scary. – Oh my god, now the TV’s on.
I can’t hear anything. (thunder rumbles, rain pouring) (door squeaks, ominous whoosh)
– (gasps) This is honestly horrifying. Like, this is next level. Well, it’s the second level, but– – Does the Boogeyman technically kill you? Or would it just, like, take you
somewhere? I don’t know. The Nightmare Before Chris– Aaah! (Boogeyman roars)
Ah, dang it. – That tree though.
It’s literally from the Poltergeist. It’s the tree that was
right outside his bedroom. (gasps) Maybe that was inspiration. (thunder rumbles, flashlight clicking) (creature screeches)
OH MY GOD!! Shit! (groans) I thought I felt like
I was doing such a great job, because I was listening
and looking out for him, but nothing. – (frightened) Oh my god! Oh my god! (creature roaring)
Oh my god! (whimpers) (ominous whoosh) – I did not sign up to this–
(faint buzz) Oh great. (door squeaks)
It’s– No! Get up! Get up! Get up! Get up! Get up! Get up! Get up! (covers rustle) (creature screeching)
Aah! I didn’t know how to get back over. So I had to get batteries.
I heard the door right away. I was like, “I’m dead.” – Hey, hey. Hey, hey. Hey, hey, hey. He’s– okay. I made it. Okay, I made it. This is the next day. (cuckooing)
Okay. – (Finebros) Ready for night three?
– No, but I got no choice. So, you know, let’s do this. – (Alicia) Go to sleep. Otherwise I’ll say the words
that make him come. Please don’t! I’ll go to sleep. (weeps) (sharp distorted buzzing) (door squeaks)
– Shit. (speaks Arabic) (swift whoosh) He made a different sound
than he normally makes. And it’s a lot darker.
Why the heck is it so much darker? (swift whoosh) How am I supposed to hear him
come through the thing? Okay. Okay, back up. Oh my god. I hate
how long he stays in there. Closet you really have to listen for, because you can’t see it at all. (sharp scraping)
Shit. He’s in the thing. Shoot. What? Is he– what sound– (ominous whoosh)
Oh god. (battery rolls)
(mutters) Guys, it’s getting a lot more freaking– Oh, this is like hardcore mode right now. I don’t like how I can’t–
(object bounces) (quietly) Shit. Shit. Shit. I thought I heard… I can listen for the closet and the door. But I can’t listen for the vent. (door creaks) (faint noises, owl hoots) (screams) Uggggh. Okay, I don’t like that. – That was so scary. It’s too real. – This game has the potential
to, like, [bleep] you up. – I think with the Oculus,
it gives a good twist to it. – The Oculus takes it to another level. I don’t know if it would
be as scary on a monitor. – It’s like you’re right there.
You’re in the experience itself. So you feel like you’re in there. And I feel like that
makes it so much scarier with horror games especially. – Thanks for watching us
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