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The Vault of Tech Terror (quizzes)

Goood eeevvvening! (It's always evening here in the Vault of Tech Terror.) Don't be afraid, Younnnnng Onnnne -- that creaking sound you heard was only the vault door swinging slooowly open. The scuffling noises? Oh, that's just ... the "pets" in the pit. And the pounding sound you hear is ... your own heart as you face the most terrifying quizzes in all of Techdom! So, put on your garlic necklace, make sure you've got your holy water nearby... take a deep breath... and enter The Vault of Tech Terror.

 

The Horrifying Halloween Series:
Halloween IV: Can you shriek Geek? 

Halloween: VoIP Communications from Beyond 

Halloween III: Tech or treat! 

Halloween II: Do you speak -- EEK! -- Geek? 

Halloween: Do you speak Geek?

Not terrified yet? The Horror Continues...
Fear of Nanopants

Who Done IT? A Murder Mystery

Still calm? In that case, please send us your contact info, so we know who to enlist for protection when next we enter... The Vault of Tech Terror.

This was last updated in October 2008
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