|System Loaded Into||Mainframe|
|Winner||First: User Wins,
Second: System Wins
|Appearance||Identity Crisis, Part 1,|
|List of Games.|
The Funhouse is a Game that the User has loaded into Mainframe and other systems. It is one of the most feared Games on the Net, believed to be virtually impossible. However, it is not often seen, so some believe there's no such Game and it's just an old legend.
The Funhouse is a puzzle/platformer Game set in a circus big tent, with puzzles & tasks. The User takes the form of a semi-demonic clown. There are few Game Sprites in this Game. Circus music plays constantly as the Game moves along.
The first level consists mainly of getting safely inside the circus tent. The User may throw exploding pies at the other characters. The entrance to the circus tent is a large clown head; when players approach it, its eyes and mouth will open, and its tongue will quickly grab the players in front of it and swallow them. They will slide down a tube into the interior of the tent to the next level.
The second level is a room of mirrored doors. One leads to the next level, but the others are traps. If opened, tendrils will grab the person's arms and legs, turning them into a life sized marrionete. Bob picked the wrong door and was removed from playing the Game.
If a person gets past this level, they must race tricycles down a bowling alley. They must avoid bowling pins and giant bowling balls in the process. The User can cut the others' tires to flatten them and slow down the other players.
In the final chamber, the players must use water guns to fill up a water meter with a ball in it. The water will rise and the ball will hit a bell at the top, winning the Game. If the User loses, his eyes go dark and he falls limp like a puppet.
From the circus-based nature of The Funhouse and the ease with which the User can win the Game, the Funhouse may be a Game for small children which is designed to be quite easy. This of course makes it very difficult for the sprites trapped in the Game. It would also explain why its not a common Game to encounter and why few have ever survived it. However, there is no way to tell for sure.
The User's form in this Game was saved as undeleted RAM. After the Viral Wars, Mainframe began to crash. All undeleted RAM was released into the system, including the User from the Funhouse Game. (System Crash)