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Silent Hill Quiz

A quiz about the Survival Horror Computer Game Series "Silent Hill" by Konami. 20 Questions.

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Which Composer has provided atmospheric and emotional music for every game in the Silent Hill series?

  • Masahiro Ito
  • Akira Yamaoka
  • Akihiro Imamura


All the games feature multiple endings. There are also humorous "joke" endings in every game (except Silent Hill 4), most commonly referred to as the...?

  • Men In Black Ending
  • MJ12 Ending
  • UFO Ending


In the very first game release of Silent Hill in 1999, the plot of the game centered around which character arriving in Silent Hill and their subsequent attempts at finding their adopted daughter?

  • Harry Mason
  • Henry Majors
  • Harold Mahn


In Silent Hill 2 (released in 2001) the plot centered around James Sunderland, who had received a letter from his deceased wife. What was his wife's name?

  • Maria
  • Mary
  • Maralyn


Silent Hill 3, was released in which year?

  • 2004
  • 2002
  • 2003


"Silent Hill 4: The Room" stars Henry Townshend who is mysteriously locked in his own apartment. The game was not originally part of the Silent Hill numbered series. What was it's original title?

  • Room 302
  • Room 101
  • Room 13


Silent Hill: Origins (2007) stars the character Travis Grady, a man with a disturbing past who becomes trapped in Silent Hill after rescuing a girl from a burning house. What is his profession?

  • Insurance Salesman
  • Psychiatrist
  • Trucker


Silent Hill: Homecoming (2008) tells the story of a soldier who has returned from a war overseas. What is his name?

  • Alex Shepherd
  • Alan Shepperton
  • Ali Bongo


In 2003 a motion picture based on Silent Hill was officially announced with which French director attached?

  • Abel Gance
  • Xavier Gens
  • Christophe Gans


The film's screenwriter, Roger Avary, used a real town as an inspiration for the town of Silent Hill. Which real town was it and where was it located?

  • Benicia, California
  • Centralia, Pennsylvania
  • Rhyolite, Nevada


During the American Civil War, the town of Silent Hill allegedly served as...what?

  • A mining outpost
  • An Indian Reservation
  • A prisoner of war camp


In Silent Hill religious zealots founded a series of doomsday cults based on the eschatology of the Tribe which occupied the land long ago. What did they collectively refer to themselves as?

  • The Order
  • The Unified
  • The Hidden


What is the name of the medical place that is based in Silent Hill?

  • Garven Place Clinic
  • Brookhaven Hospital
  • Surgery House


Silent Hill is a small town situated around the edge of which body of water?

  • Tulsa Springs
  • Talaca Beach
  • Toluca Lake


which chain stores or franchises appear in the town of Silent Hill?

  • A burger joint called "Happy Burger" and a Shell gas station
  • A coffee shop called "Starbucks" and an Esso gas station
  • An eaterie called "Wendys" and a Kwik-Fit center


The Cult in Silent Hill dealt in a psychedelic drug called White Claudia, manufactured from a plant indigenous to the town. What was the name of the plant?

  • Appolinar
  • Aglaophotis
  • Amasec


In Silent Hill (1999) what is the name of the strange, old woman Harry Mason meets at the church?

  • Lisa
  • Alessa
  • Dahlia


What is the name of the mass murderer (who killed himself by stabbing himself in the neck with a spoon) who was mentioned in the disguarded newspaper found in Silent Hill 2?

  • Walter Sullivan
  • Wallace Royston Disley
  • Walter Walkarpitin


Allegedly who or what is "Samael"?

  • The yellow god, referred to in the paintings in The Chapel in Silent Hill 3
  • The female solar deity worshiped by the Silent Hill cult
  • An archangel mentioned in the series, known to be a messenger for God


In Silent Hill 2 one of the monsters called Mannequins have two sets of hips and legs, joined at the waist. What are thought to bear a resemblance to?

  • The artwork of Irish-born painter Francis Bacon
  • Professor Gunther von Hagens' display of ingeniously-posed human corpses
  • The German artist Hans Bellmer's "Dolls"