This is the Ultimate Edition of One Night 2: The Beyond, containing the full game plus the later released New Evil expansion pack which adds new areas...
"It’s clear that the creators of One Night 2 have an intense love for the classic survival horror games Resident Evil and Silent Hill" - New Gamer Nation
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One Night 2: The Beyond is the long awaited sequel to the original RPG Maker VX survival horror game, One Night, first released in mid 2009.
Set almost thirty years before the original game, One Night 2 is a Lovecraftian adventure game where you must solve the mystery of Mairstone Manor, a house controlled by an ancient, malevolent evil, and discover the origins of the horror. Alone, trapped and with supernatural monstrosities bearing down upon you, you'll have to gather supplies, solve puzzles and combat terrifying foes in order to escape from the house alive.
One Night 2 features two playable characters, each with their own unique ability (such as increased strength or puzzle solving abilities) and four different endings to obtain (two for each character). It's the ultimate test of bravery!
One Night 2: The Beyond is a freeware horror adventure/puzzle game created with the RPG Maker VX engine. Similar in style to the original Alone In The Dark and Fatal Frame, One Night 2 gives you the task of surviving a night in a mansion controlled by a hostile supernatural entity of unknown origin. The game features two playable characters, challenging puzzle based gameplay, and four different endings to achieve. The game was first released in 2009, but is only now becoming available on Desura.
Additionally, the version being released on Desura is the Ultimate Edition of the game, which includes the full standard game as well as the Evil DLC Pack, with extra rooms, locations, puzzles, scares and monsters, as well as important engine tweaks.
One Night 2 is the second game in the One Night Trilogy, but serves as a prequel to the events of the other two games, so having played the other One Night entries is not necessary to enjoy The Beyond.
Along with the other entries in the trilogy, One Night 2 was chosen as a "Freeware Game Pick" in October 2012 by IndieGames.com and listed among the "Top 5 Indie Horror Games" by New Gamer Nation.
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