VANISH is a First Person Adventure/Survival Indie Horror game created by 3DrunkMen in the free version of Unity, Unity3D Indie. Thrown into a labyrinth for reasons unknown, make your way through in search for an escape.
+Very good visuals
+Amazing enemy AI
+Models look great
+Good animations for player, enemy, death
+Proper interface design
+3DrunkMen = Markiplier reference
+Has a proper objective
+Randomly generated maps
+Has a small storyline hidden to it
+Beautiful looking textures
Even till today VANISH still scares me. I just find a dead end and as I look back, my heart stopped.
I would want to hug the developers one day for making this masterpiece.
I am really shocked to find out this was made with Unity3D FREE. This showed the developers gave a lot of manual effort and took NO help from Unity3D PRO at all. THIS is what I call "effort put to a game".
I am surprised to find out that this is still in Alpha and yet you guys did a great work. I am excited to see what you guys bring for the upcoming BETA and Full Versions. :)
A game of rare quality to consider it is just in it's alpha version. Minor bugs that are mostly known already and a whole lot of atmosphere on your head. Sound? Close to perfection. Graphics? There allways are things to improve, for now it is great enough for what its worth. Gameplay? On a nice level already. Hardcore, or piece of cake? I'd say - easy to learn, hard to master, exactly what a good game supposed to include. Hope the improvement will actually happen with more of cool stuff that will make anyone shiever of thrill as good as the ingame character.
This game is terrifying. The AI mechanics are great and create a genuine sense of fear with how fast the enemies are and how much of threat they are as well. The randomization is wonderful, and made each playthrough I did difficult and exciting(to an extent, of course) The storyline stays simple and interesting, and the confusion of whether you are dealing with clues from the other characters or the creatures themselves is frightfully good. The game is beautiful and the atmosphere stays chilling (not too repetitive and does not bombard the character with too many enemies or sounds) Overall it was stunning and scarily all to real to someone with a seventeen inch laptop. I highly recommend this game.