Friday, September 22, 2006

M&Ms and the Dark Movies Painting

M&Ms has launched another online promotion for their new ‘Dark’ Chocolate M&Ms.

It’s a little game that’s actually pretty fun and very well done. It’s a treasure hunt where you search an original painting for visual puns that are the titles of “Dark Movies”.

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The style of the painting reminds me of Hieronymus Bosch

It’s flash based and kind of resource intensive (if you’re on dial-up ... anyone still on dial-up?). You move around the image and click when you think you’ve identified a pun and input the title into the little box. The box glows green when you get it right and the pun fades. You don’t have to complete the game all at once, you can save it for later by inputting an email address.

There are 50 movie titles. Check the comments section here if you want to cheat and see the list of titles (you still have to match them up with the images on your own).

POSTED BY Cybele AT 8:28 am Tracker Pixel for Entry     CandyMarsM&MsFun Stuff

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  1. Cybele's avatar

    (Spoiler Alert!)


    1.  12 Monkeys
    2.  39 Steps
    3.  A Clockwork Orange,
    4.  Alien
    5.  Beetle Juice
    6.  Blade
    7.  Blue Velvet
    8.  The Birds
    9.  Butterfly Effect
    10.  Candyman
    11.  Children of The Corn
    12.  Child’s Play
    13.  Creature from the Black Lagoon
    14.  The Crow
    15.  Dark Water
    16.  The Dead Zone
    17.  Eraserhead
    18.  The Fly
    19.  Friday the 13th
    20.  The Grudge
    21.  Halloween
    22.  The Hills Have Eyes
    23.  House of Wax
    24.  The Howling
    25.  The Invisible Man
    26.  Jaws
    27.  Leprechaun
    28.  Lost Boys
    29.  The Mummy
    30.  Nightmare on Elm Street
    31.  The Omen
    32.  Piranha
    33.  Pitch Black
    34.  Psycho
    35.  Pumpkinhead
    36.  Rear Window
    37.  The Ring
    38.  Rosemary’s Baby
    39.  Saw
    40.  Scream
    41.  Se7en
    42.  The Shining
    43.  Signs
    44.  Silence of the Lambs
    45.  The Sixth Sense
    46.  Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    47.  Twin Peaks
    48.  The Village
    49.  The War of The Worlds
    50.  Wickerman

    Comment by Cybele on 9/22/06 at 8:30 am #
  2. I always wondered why you could never get dark chocolate. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I don’t think I’ve seen these anywhere, though. Is this a UK blog?

    Comment by Grace Saunders on 10/28/08 at 12:43 pm #

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