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"Who's ready to turn a headless 12-year old knife-wielding brat into bratwurst? Hey, the little zombie has a discipline problem, OK? Meet a guy who lost his soul and other body parts. Check out some artwork that's worth dismembering. You gonna choose what's behind Door #1, Door #2, or Door #200?" -Manual excerpt.

Scream TV is the horror-themed world in Gex: Enter The Gecko. The level takes place in a large haunted mansion and is a spoof of horror movies. In the level Gex encounters Ghosts, Zombies, and floating furniture.


Setting and inspiration

This channel is based to the genre that relates to horror, for example: The first level, "Smellraiser," resembles a 19th century mansion, with "Frankensteinfield" vaguely resembling a castle. Additionally, the level "Poltergex" resembles a more modern, 20th century mansion.

The haunted elevator is an inspiration from one of Disneyland's rides called the Haunted Mansion where it shows 3 horrendous pictures when it goes down.

Gallery

Areas

PlayStation Demo Video

PlayStation Magazine Demo Disc 8

Collectibles/Items

Miscellaneous

Music

Note: These songs don't work on Internet Explorer

PS1

  • Main
  • Eerie Way
  • Frankenstein Chamber

N64

PC

GBC


Trivia

  • Scream TV along with Rezopolis have the largest amount of levels in Gex: Enter the Gecko with 5 total. However Rezopolis possibly has 6 levels so it is possible that Rezopolis is larger.
  • Scream TV has the largest amount of missions of all levels with 3 levels having 3 missions and 2 levels having 1 mission. There is not even a single Scream TV level with 2 missions.
  • Scream TV is very similiar to the Cemetery in Gex, only Scream TV takes place in a haunted house/tower and the Cemetery takes place in a graveyard.
  • The secret level "Texas Chainsaw Manicure" is not included within the N64 version of the game.
  • When Gex uses his tail to whack or jumps on the grandfather clock, the bell rings.
  • Several portraits and paintings served as disturbing frames by this world, for example:
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