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"This weird mansion is Eddie's patch and he's out to protect its secrets.  You can help him trap the intruders.  But watch out!  All is not what it seems."

Game Information
Developer Digital Pictures
Publisher Sega Enterprises
Copyright Date 1994
Players 1
Age Rating(s) BBFC PG
Save Type RAM
Cart Version No

Part Numbers
Game 4419
Front Cover 670-5445-50
Back Cover 670-5447-50
Manual 672-2006-50
Spine Card 670-5446-50
CD 1 670-5444-05
Bar Code 4 974365 644192


The sequel to Night Trap in all but name, starring Corey Haim and Deborah Harry.  There are now several traps per room that require priming - but prime too many and the power system will overload and reset them all.  Once the FMV of an intruder kicks in you have to pause the game, figure out where the enemy is and which trap they are near, un-pause, move the cursor from the map to the traps, and prime and trigger the right one.  Although the map shows enemy locations, sometimes there just isn't enough warning and this makes the game much harder than Night Trap, and consequentially more frustrating - it is possible to reach the "Game Over" screen in less than 2 minutes of play.  The FMV is perhaps of slightly higher quality, but the game isn't as enjoyable and due to the lack of teenage girls in negligees, it never achieved the same notoriety and success.