Sonic.exe is part of a genre of online horror stories known as creepypasta. In August 2011, user JC-the-Hyena submitted a story on the Creepypasta Wiki about a strange CD-ROM the narrator received from a friend. The CD had SONIC. EXE written on it (.exe is file extension designating an executable file).
Edit. EXE Games are a type of Horror Game often inspired by the famous gaming creepypasta Sonic. EXE. The usually involve the player walking to the right and seeing disturbing imagery, as they are stalked and usually killed by a corruption of a famous gaming character.
In January 2014, only a few months after Sonic.exe's PewDiePie introduction, the Creepypasta Wiki administrators decided to delete the story from their website, stating that it was “badly written” and “had too many cliches.” READ MORE: The scariest creepypasta stories you haven't heard yet.
Sonic. EXE is the complete opposite of Sonic the Hedgehog, he is a wrathful, tyrannical, malevolent, sadistic, cruel, and twisted monster who takes glee in repeatedly killing anyone's life, even his own slaves, showing him as the definition of pure evil.
BEN Drowned was created by Alex Hall (Jadusable). BEN was not killed by his father. BEN was sacrificed to a cult known as the Moon Children. The person responsible for killing BEN was a man called "The Father", who sacrificed him by drowning him in a pool.
It is free-to-play and focuses on the popular Sega Genesis character from what is known as the creepypasta universe. While the character Sonic.
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Sonic. EXE: The Movie is an upcoming 2016 horror-drama feature-length film based on the creepypasta of the same name.
Sonic.exe: Spirits of Hell: Round One Exeller is the main antagonist and therefore plays a major role. Sonic was walking in Green Hill, and talked to Tails before being possessed by Exeller.
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