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Day after the Middle Night (The)

Yeah the table is funny, but you look a little old Yah I don't think the human body is that cool once you think about the insides
The Day after the Middle Night is the long awaited sequel for Hotel of the Middle Night. The sequel answers the questions that are most wondered, but creates even bigger questions. Play as Chris, Tony Jacobs and Rose Jacobs and experience the sequel to the most horrific D-Mod in history.


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Released:May 13th, 2010
File Size:1.77 MB
Release Notes:Initial version.
Play:Play this D-Mod right now in your web browser! (More Info)
August 11th, 2011
Score : 3.8 tolerable
I must admit, I thought that with all the good reviews going around I expected this D-Mod to be great. Too bad it wasn't as good as it was made out to be.
Pros: Horror D-Mod's are rarely, if ever, produced, excepting Skull's very own Hotel of the Middle Night. So it's good to have a horror D-Mod every once in a while. Also, the new tiles and dark stranger graphics were commendable, although they didn't really fit into Dink nicely.
Cons: Most of the mapping was recycled from the original Hotel of the Middle Night. The invisible warp-fences in front of the upper-floor doors were placed too far away, so approaching the doors from the side either didn't take you into the room or took you in before you were anywhere near the door. The tile-set was good, but was used so un-spaciously that every few centimeters there was a crack in the floor. The music was not scary and the legendary Get out sound was used too many times in this D-Mod to be scary. When the character pushed he turned into Dink. The dark stranger appeared to glide over the floor and the skull-headed man was the same as the one strung on the tree in the D-Mod A False Hero. The hardness was not set correctly in many places in the lower floor, like the right side of the stairs and at the table. The ending was too quick and had no meaning and thus makes it feel as if the D-Mod was rushed out for the non-combat contest.
Overall: This D-Mod had some good points, but its glaring bugs and meaningless ending sucked away most of the enjoyment.
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