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bSlender (Blender-Slender) is a tribute to the original game by Parsec Productions featuring an advanced storyline, multiplayer mode and a larger and more detailed forest environment. Made with Blender Game Engine.

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I'm going to be away for two weeks. For this time, i open the upload sections to allow you all to upload your inspirations. Whatever you like to upload. You can also just post a comment with your ideas. So if you give me your input, I'd have enough stuff to finish the game really quick.

Posted by Yethiel on Aug 9th, 2012

This was really quick. By now, the game already got 23 watchers in only a week. Awesome!

So, I'm going to be away for two weeks. You know what would be awesome? Everyone, who likes to participate and has ideas for this game, go and post them here!

You can even upload some scribblings or sketches or maybe even creative concept art to the image section. If you like, even 3D works. The sections to upload things are going to be open, so you can upload any content. I want to make a game that y o u like. Any oh-so-small detail, feature or story or anything else is helpful. You will be credited for anything you've brought up. When I'm back, I'd have enough input to create a really cool game. This would be great!

Here's a video (Imagine this a bit faster, the recording slowed it down at least the half):


See you then!
-Marv

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BenLap
BenLap Aug 10 2012, 3:26pm says:

Slender sees you. Slender got you. Simply terrifying. Dramatic chase music would be perfect.

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Robert_Carmichael
Robert_Carmichael Aug 10 2012, 7:54pm replied:

I still believe that the first few times that Slender appears, there should not be any dramatic music. Maybe make the ambient noise (crickets, owls, wolves, cougars, etc) suddenly all become very quiet. The screen blurs but no music. It's only after the 3rd appearance that you start hearing dramatic music. That way you can build up the suspenseful "Was that Slender or just a light post? Please, please just be a light post!"

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MarkehMe
MarkehMe Aug 10 2012, 8:01pm says:

Something I learnt about making horror games is the less you see the "monster" the scarier it actually is - take that into consideration :)

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sqixlambeno
sqixlambeno Aug 10 2012, 8:24pm says:

honestly i played slender and seen slender man and when it made that DUN DUN DUN sound it scared the hell out of me when there wasnt any music beforehand because this was before i found any pages so really i think you shouldnt have any other background music until you see him

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Samstar220
Samstar220 Aug 11 2012, 5:38am says:

Make Noises, Like something is running at you. But It's nothing.

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Yethiel Author
Yethiel Aug 27 2012, 8:12am says:

I already added some SFX. They were not recorded as I did it with Quicktime. Thanks for your inspirations.

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