Peekaboo is a psychological horror game lasting roughly 20-30 minutes or less. You play as James, a freelance journalist hired to go on out to the Halloway Mansion to write a ghost story. The last of the Halloway line has perished and so it would be quite a tabloid sort of affair! However the simple task is a bit more horrifying than initially intended. James finds himself able to die in 9 unique ways, through puzzle based game. Features: No pop out scares. Custom sounds and soundtrack (some sound effects are royalty free, most are custom). Hand drawn bloody graphics. 30 minutes or so in bite sized length (you can save of course at any time).
Festival was a game made a year ago for R3 Year's End Festive Game Competition. It won first place and now it's on Desura this year!
The game lasts around 30 minutes and features a brilliant and touching story. In addition the gameplay involves puzzling to a greater degree than another game by yours truly called Peekaboo: Indiedb.com
*Custom soundtrack and sound effects.
*Puzzles to tease and a very tightly knit experience.
*An original story that is well written without any fluff and huff.
And remember, it's free! Enjoy!
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Highest Rated (3 agree) 10/10
I find it to be a reasonably good game, but the text doesn't work.
Oct 16 2012 by Vancaru
Lowest Rated (2 agree) 2/10
It was an interesting concept, and it did have some decent creep factor, but it was far too easy with no real puzzles. While there were no annoying jump scares, the only thing keeping me playing was curiosity.
May 19 2012 by ChubbyKitten