Badman takes on an old Disney game from his past, Nightmare Ned! Will he be able to beat this Disney nineties video game for the PC or will he fail like he did as a kid.
Nightmare Ned Review - Badman
Extra Info on Nightmare Ned by Disney Interactive Studios
Nightmare Ned is a short-lived animated television series which ran from April 19, 1997 to August 9, 1997 on ABC. Based on an eponymous video game developed by Creative Capers Entertainment and Disney interactive. The show focuses on the life of Ned Needlemeyer who is voiced by Courtland Mead, a 10-year-old boy that deals with his daily problems through dark, quirky nightmares.
The show had Donovan Cook as its producer and director. Cook previously created 2 Stupid Dogs.
The show is based on a computer game, released in 1997. Developed by Creative Capers Entertainment and Window Painters Ltd. and published by Disney Interactive Studios, the game features Ned as he travels through five different adventure portals into nightmare world such as The Graveyard, The Alcatraz Elementary School, The Medical Nightmare, The Attic, Basement and Beyond, and The Bathroom. You start at the Quilt, where you can choose from the 5 nightmare worlds. You only have 8 times to go to the Quilt, but there are secret passages in each portal that take you to another portal. There is one "shadow creature" for every world. Throughout these nightmares; by defeating creatures and completing small tasks, a small part of the shadow creature is revealed with 3 pieces for each. After each section is completed, the shadow creature becomes someone (or something) from reality who is connected with that issue. In the Graveyard Nightmare, the shadow creature turns into Ned's grandfather at the end, because Ned was worried about him dying. In the Medical Nightmare, the creature turns into a nurse named Dr. Klutzchnik. Ned was scared about getting sick and having to get a shot. In the Alcatraz Elementary School, the creature turns into Billy, a bully who just wanted to be friends with Ned. Ned simply wanted him to stop calling him "Melonhead". In the Attic, Basement and Beyond, the creature turns into a girl named Sally with a weird doll whom she calls "Sandy Patty Cake". She found it in the trash. Finally, in the Bathroom Nightmare, the creature turns into Ned's bathroom toilet who, in the nightmare, can talk. There are two endings to the game. The "bad" ending is when you use up all 8 "Quilt tries". Ned ends up still being scared of everything. The "good" ending is where Ned wakes up and isn't scared. As a result, the shadow creatures don't know what to do anymore.
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