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Media and Entertainment (Night of the Living Alternate History Map Game)

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This page lists all films, television shows, books, games, and other media and entertainment within the Night of the Living Alternate History map game.


  • Night of the Living Dead- Film released in theaters on 1 October 1968. Directed by George A. Romero. Inspired private scientist group to create the zombie virus that would begin the Human-Zombie War
  • Star Wars - Universal Pictures film directed by George Seaton and released in 1983. Adapted from a script written by George Lucas and renamed.
  • Sunrise - Film directed by Kazutomi Takayama, which was released in 1978.
  • A Night of Darkness - Film directed by John Clayton and released in 1988. Adapted from the novel El Noche del Triste (A Night of Misery), written by Antonio Perez, who was a victim of the human rights abuses during the communist (1981-1983) and fascist regimes (1984-1988) in Northern California. 
  • Great Deceit: Genesis of Pain - Film directed by John Clayton and released in 1994. Adapted from the chapter in the novel Great Deceit, which is an manifestation of biblical end-time prophecies.
  • El Hundimiento - a movie in about the last days of the Californian War. Directed by George Lucas and released in 1998. Later this becomes a source of online parodies, with fake Spanish subtitles. In time, it will soon evolve into numerous parodies where Tom Hanks' character, Ronald Reagan, is shown to commit comical antics against the Facsist dictator Louis Pittankel (played by Thomas Kretschmann). Not to be confused with "La Caida", the OTL Latin American title of the OTL movie Downfall.


  • Imperishable Trilogy - A series of books written by Kazutomi Takayama. In this series, Seiga Rokkaku goes on a quest to save China and later Japan from Jiang Shis.


List of all musicians or songs that have been mentioned in this map game.


  • Led Zeppelin
    • Albums
      • Led Zeppelin (1969)
      • Led Zeppelin II (1969)
      • Led Zeppelin III (1970)
      • Led Zeppelin IV (1971)
      • Houses of the Holy (1973)
      • Physical Graffiti (1975)
      • Presence (1976)
    • Festivals
      • Isle of Wight 1975
  • Emerson, Lake and Palmer
    • Festivals
      • Isle of Wight 1975
  • The Who
    • Festivals
      • Isle of Wight 1975
      • Isle of Wight 1970
      • Woodstock 1969
      • Monterey 1967
  • Richie Havens
    • Festivals
      • Isle of Wight 1975
      • Woodstock 1969
  • Donovan
    • Festivals
      • Isle of Wight 1975
  • Chicago
    • Festivals
      • Isle of Wight 1975

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