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Celebrate Halloween by watching Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees and more do crazy combos in this fan-made Horror fighting game

Terrordrome โ€“ Rise of the Boogeymen still goes hard here in 2021

Posted by Steven 'Dreamking23' Chavez • October 15, 2021 at 11:01 a.m. PDT • Comments: 5

Have you ever had something in your life that you've seen a bunch, never got the chance to try, but always thought, "I really need to try this at some point because I know I'd love it"? That is my relationship with Terrordrome โ€“ Rise of the Boogeymen, a fan-made Horror-themed fighting game that pits some of film's most iconic spooky figures against each other in combat.

It just so happens that some truly killer Terrordrome combos popped up on Twitter here for me yesterday, and as I โ€” and a lot of others around the world โ€” are currently in a Halloween state of mind, these quick clips just hit differently and at the perfect time. Join me in watching Nightmare on Elm Street's Freddy Krueger, Texas Chainsaw Massacre's Leatherface, and more hack and slash their opponents in the most stylish way possible.

Terrordrome - Rise of the Boogeymen has been around for nearly a decade now, and honestly, the game still looks pretty damn good today. Despite its age, a crafty combo maker by the name of Epsilon Eagle has been uploading awesome sequences onto Twitter this month featuring several of the game's playable characters.

These combos are intricate, stylish, drive up the hit counter, and provide all the blood splatter you'd want from a game featuring major Horror movie icons.

While the subject matter alone is enough to get my attention and grip it tight like Jason would a camp-goer in a sleeping bag, the combos themselves use all kinds of interesting tactics to bring them together. There are juggles, restands, side switches, loops, and more being stringed together here to pull off the biggest and best the game has to offer.

What I love more than all of that, though, is when a character can place something on screen that stays intact and comes into play deep into the combo to allow for an extension. Leatherface's bear trap does exactly that, and Epsilon Eagle's usage of it is absolutely top notch.

One thing is for sure, I most definitely need to finally take the plunge and try out Terrordrome โ€“ Rise of the Boogeymen here during the Halloween season. If there were ever something to get me to pull the trigger, it's these combos from Epsilon Eagle, and they've got plenty more great clips to see over on Twitter.

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