Mon. Jul 22nd, 2019

MOMO Suicide Game Is Not Real?


“THE ONE WE CALL MOMO WAS A PROJECT OF IT’S PROTOTYPE CHICKEN HEAD.” –Keisuke Also.
MOMO is a woman with chicken feet instead of hands or legs. The original image, which created a Creepypasta and urban legend based around being cursed if one contacts Momo was made right there and the master posing alongside with his creation has been cut off later.
MOMO Suicide Game Is Not Real: The hype around it emerged last year August 2018, when Argentinian 12-year old committed suicide. Police started investigation and soon after they checked her smartphone – they found a bunch of texting and call logs on WhatsApp from user “MOMO” with super scary alien woman in photo. Further examination proved those were some messages with threats that could scare kid to death. MOMO also sent some creepy images to poor girl.

Soon this story took over the press and everyone wanted to know if there was any danger. Parents wonted to know if their kids could also fall under its influence.

© Getty Girl using a computer (stock)

And soon their identified MOMO as a virus. The virus was spreading from multiple servers in the world, but the first activity was detected in Japan (who else could create an image like that). And it was nothing more than just a bot, who found place in contacts and started sending some random messages and pictures. All of them were of the creepiest nature and could guarantee nightmares. MOMO started different topic chats to users, but all of them had one similar feature: sooner or later MOMO demanded users to kill themselves, otherwise…

 

The virus easily determined your locations and even contacts. It sent some bloody images to their phones to disregarding of the fact if it was chatting with adults or kids.

Authority tried to analyze the image and it turned out, the woman on photo was not an actual person with edited character, no. It was a sculpture of a Link Factory, which designs special effects, dolls and sculptures for Japanese movies. Mostly horror.

All over the world don’t really care of Japanese myths and legends. They are trying to hype on the so-called MOMO SUICIDE GAME CHALLENGE. Kids rush to look for the number of this creepy user all over the world wide web and then they call and text MOMO just to prove they are not afraid.

As you can see, there is nothing super scary about this MOMO SUICIDE GAME CHALLENGE and it hardly can be deadly for anyone. The only thing that can cause a wall of bricks in your pants is that photo of antagonistic sculpture.

 

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So we would strongly urge parents to keep and eye with what kids are doing and installed apps that they wish to play on smartphone.

 

Jii Saaduddin

Jii Saaduddin is a hybrid-IT guy at JMD Revolution, where he plays coding, web mobile lead apps, research and development. His love for all things smartphone geeks began with #DavaoiPhone; since then He’s managed JMD Revolution together with Deh and Mar brothers and He has owned a Content Management Software (MandarinCMS) and a Jobs In Davao community is for "TUNAY NA TRABAHO PARA SA PAGBABAGO. (TNTPSP)", refusing to stay loyal to one build platform. Before creating theme, he made and designs various of web-project work has uploaded in his Github account. When he’s not fiddling with the battlefield, he’s at ocean, diving too deep or sleeping.