A basic horror game i made in 4 days
Use - E
Flashlight - F
A basic first person horror game using unity3d game engine simple controls for movement (WASD) E for use F - for Flashlight look crates for find key and...
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Its awesome :D here is my lets play c: Youtube.com
My play on this - Youtube.com
I personally enjoyed the game, though some things were hard to notice with the jumpscare sounds and such. I felt like if there were an enemy of some sort to stop you from reaching the goal would make it much more intense because you couldn't take things slow and would have to man up and get around diving into new things.
The game was different and fun, I really enjoyed it, I'm quite impressed.
Excellent game, bro! So many jumpscares and the end is simply amazing hahaha. Here´s my gameplay :D
Liked it, here's my gameplay Youtube.com
Here's a let's play for those interested : Youtube.com
I didn't quite understand if there is an actual threat that can kill you, I saw a couple of jumpscares only but nothing that follows you. If there is, then my mistake, I didn't see one. If there isn't I strongly suggest you adding something that can chase you, that will be a big plus for the atmosphere. The jumpscares weren't bad, but get predictable after the 2nd one. I liked the idea about the 'looping', since even when you win you start from the beginning. Rating would be 8/10.
I haven't played this game yet but I would assume there is an options tab. Change the video settings to the lowest possible. If that doesn't help then your computer might not be strong enough for games. You can also try to go to the configuration file that, again, probably comes with the game and change the post processing down to 0. That works for Slender I don't know about this game though. Also please check out my youtube channel for let's plays :D www.youtube.com/user/trigga2295
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