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One Night in Meen's Labyrinth is a FNaF fan game based off the computer game "I.M. Meen". It was made by FazbearFreak.
You awake in a prison cell. You instantly recognize it as one of the cells in I.M. Meen's labyrinth. You find out that Meen is coming to finish you off himself. You must survive from 8 PM to 11 PM (4 hours) in order to escape the labyrinth.
I.M. Meen (referred to as "The Boss" by Gnorris) is the main antagonist of the game. He starts in the Library, and can move to any adjacent camera. He will occasionally appear in the hallway in front of your cell, and to get him to leave, you must shine the flashlight on him. Otherwise, he will attack.
Gnorris is this game's version of the Phone Guy. Not much is known about him.
Shadow Meen is a character who occasionally appears in the Dungeon camera. If he's seen, the player must flip the monitor down, otherwise, Shadow Meen will crash the game.
The library is where I.M. Meen starts. It's also where he will return after he retreats from the Cell Hallway.
The Dungeon is right behind the Library. Meen doesn't go here very often, but Shadow Meen does have a chance to appear here.
I.M. Meen uses the Tunnel to get into the Cell Hallway. It's also worth noting that Gnorris' phone call gets louder if you view this camera.
I.M. Meen also uses the Sewers to get into the Cell Hallway.
The cameras are your main source of defense. They are used to locate where I.M. Meen is.
The flashlight is only available for viewing the Cell Hallway. It is used to repel Meen.
"Hello? Oh, hey there. You got to be careful! The boss is coming for you! You can use the camera feed to see where he is. I've heard that he doesn't like light, so if you see him in the hallway, use your flashlight. Please don't tell the boss or he'll turn me into a warthog!"
- Many of Gnorris' lines from his phone call are taken or inspired by lines he says in the I.M. Meen computer game.
- I.M. Meen starting in the Library is a reference to Meen being a librarian.
- The Game Over screen is Meen telling you to "Get back in your cell, bookworm!"
- The night starting at 8 PM and ending at 11 PM is a reference to the release date of the I.M. Meen computer game.