One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until strange things start to happen.

The basic idea is that players who have been in similar situations, and worked with similar office jobs, will relate themselves to the game setting and scenario and become immersed. Even if you can't relate to the game storyline, you will still get a good experience. The storyline is presented with short monologues, displaying the thoughts of the player, as you need to perform certain tasks to proceed in the game to continue discover new clues about what's going on.

Use your surroundings to your advantage and hide under desks and in corners to avoid being taken by the ghost which haunts the office. Remember that the light will always be your friend. Survive the night and find as many clues as you can about the threat.

If the download mirrors are inactive you can get the game at: Onelatenight.com

How to play:
Move - W,A,S,D
Interact - Left Mouse Button
Skip messages - SPACE
Hide - Left Mouse Button (when hide icon is visible - aim at tables or corners)
Unhide/leave chair - SPACE 
Short sprint
- Left shift press 
Help - F1 (FN+F1 on Macs and misc laptops)

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0 comments by BlackCurtainStudio on Jul 23rd, 2014

Do you have a couple of years of software/game testing experience, or perhaps you have an interesting computer/hardware setup? Then you might be an interesting beta testing candidate for the upcoming sequel "One Late Night: Deadline". Please note that a beta testing application does not guarantee you a beta testing spot - I personally handpick them all. More Linux gamers are needed, but everyone's free to register.
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Main/intro tune

Main/intro tune

Jan 27, 2013 Music 7 comments

This is the piano tune played in the intro. Composed by Pontus Malmqvist. Disclaimer: You may download this song for entertainment purposes only. It may...

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Song on the radio

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This is the piano tune played on the radio in your office. People seem to react very strongly to this one. Composed by Pontus Malmqvist. Disclaimer: You...

One Late Night (x86)

One Late Night (x86)

Jan 17, 2013 Full Version 57 comments

One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until...

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One Late Night (Linux)

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One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until...

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One Late Night (Mac)

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One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until...

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One Late Night (DirectX 11)

Jan 17, 2013 Full Version 72 comments

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stevedude
stevedude Mar 12 2013, 5:10pm says:

Just wanted to check back with you. I got the game to launch from within Desura on my 64-bit Ubuntu system. I had to rename the OneLateNight.x86_64 file to OneLateNight.x86 and the game now launches with no issues. Not sure if that is a packaging thing or a Desura thing, but at least now I don't have to go to the installation directory and launch the file manually.

Thanks again for your support and I wish all of your team the greatest success.

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TheLastSerf
TheLastSerf Mar 11 2013, 5:41pm says:

Let me just say that this game is by far one of the coolest indie games I've played. I love how vulnerable you feel even when you're hiding. This game has scared me countless times and it's just terrific! The only problem that I have with it, and it's not that big, is that when I go to save, I type all of the stuff into the terminal on the computer and it doesn't work. It would be a little easier to pick up where I left off instead of restarting and trying to rush through everything I just did to return to my spot. But, overall, I give it a double thumbs up! :-)

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BlackCurtainStudio
BlackCurtainStudio Mar 11 2013, 6:25pm replied:

How do you mean it doesn't work? Nothing happens? Make sure you log in correctly, each computer has a separate login ("me" and "Robert"). Then you need to type "save" and hit Enter, and that's it. You should then be able to pick up from where you left off by selecting load game from the title screen.

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eric56656
eric56656 Mar 10 2013, 5:44pm says:

when i start it says play and then play x10 or play x8 what does that mean

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BlackCurtainStudio
BlackCurtainStudio Mar 11 2013, 2:41pm replied:

I'm not sure what you are referring to?

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NightSshadeGaming
NightSshadeGaming Mar 11 2013, 3:32pm replied:

Crappy - nothing.
Bad - the lighter location, the key in the toilet. Both these are really hard to locate, especially the lighter. I got lucky to find the key really fast tho :) That's everything I can think of as bad right now. The movement speed isn't really something BAD it's about preferences, I personally quite liked the speed of my character, since if I was faster it wouldn't be so scary, but I guess some people would love to move around faster especially while looking for something. Everything else was perfect :)

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BlackCurtainStudio
BlackCurtainStudio Mar 11 2013, 3:39pm replied:

I see. Thanks for the clarification. Most people don't bother to post a proper review if you look in the review section. The general slow pace of the game is to slow the player down so that you can take in the environment and not rush past everything. This way it's easier to get into the setting and atmosphere. I will do lots of stuff differently in the upcoming sequel though, like the movement, clues and general usability of the game to make it easier for less experienced gamers.

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NightSshadeGaming
NightSshadeGaming Mar 11 2013, 3:53pm replied:

Posted the review, this time with some text :) I will surely play your next games, hope I won't be dissapointed :D Great game you made here. I'm happy that I'm able to chat with makers of games, that makes me think I'm one step closer to the game itself. By the way, if I have to be honest, this was the first game that gave me creeps even before I started recording... Hope to be hearing from you soon, keep me in touch with new stuff :)

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BlackCurtainStudio
BlackCurtainStudio Mar 11 2013, 3:57pm replied:

That's the cool thing about indie development, there's a closer relation between the developers and the players of the game. Though I am probably participating a bit more in the comment section of this game than most other developers around here does with their games. The quickest way to stay updated with the game and the upcoming one is by following at www.facebook.com/OneLateNight

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One Late Night
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Highest Rated (6 agree) 10/10

One Late Night... I had my eyes on that game for a while (like 2-3 weeks) without having the balls to play it. Once I decided to do it, just once I opened the game I regreted doing that... That place the game is set in, is just creepy itself - an office with nobody in there, only you. Or that's what I thought at first... Then Robert and the Black Widow are introduced, and that made me say 'Woah'... The game consists of the two opposites - the good (Robert) and the evil (Black Widow). Both of them…

Mar 9 2013, 5:03pm by NightSshadeGaming

Lowest Rated (7 agree) 4/10

Very disappointing you think it is a cool horror game but you never know where you must go. There was not even a moment where he said "Hey I heard something in the toilet" maybe you would have thought so, "maybe I should check times in the toilet" but so thought you all the time "WTF what should I do???
You should install moments that will give you a few tips where you should go next.

Jan 29 2013, 6:53am by DillSauce

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