SHADOW.EXE – OW THE EDGE! [Short Sonic Horror Game] + Five Nights at the Shrine by DevyJolt



Shadow gets his own .exe game in this short Sonic.exe style horror game. Honestly the game wasn’t very long and not really great, the credits lasted longer than the game lol! So we’re also playing a game called, Five Nights at the Shrine where we’re playing as Knuckles trying to protecting the master emerald!
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28 thoughts on “SHADOW.EXE – OW THE EDGE! [Short Sonic Horror Game] + Five Nights at the Shrine by DevyJolt”

  1. You know after seeing GARBAGE fangame of this I feel like I should step in and make a good shadow.exe fan game.

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  2. You should watch the dub,it's hilarious as hell,not as a vedio, watch it to entertain yourself like we watch it,also it is nowhere near family friendly,just a reminder.

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