You have no control of the environment around you. Everything you touch could result you alerting the horde. The cold fear starting to crawl up your back as you progress deeper into the lair of evil. You need stay fresh in your head, challenges will be thrown at you and you have no time to waste. Information about this mod: This mod have been under development for a couple of months now, and it's starting to become the final product. It's very well written and it is very detailed Custom story for Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Almost 4000 lines of code, 10 different maps. You don't need to follow the storyline, but doing so, will help you a lot finding what todo. This is custom story is a sequel from Harmfuls Wrath. But you don't need to play it to understand this mod. Just a reminder if you want to play part 1 first. It's not as detailed and actually almost a bit "not finished" All do this custom story is very well written story, and a very good graphical enviroment!
As you probably hoped, the custom story last map is around 60% finished and I think the release date is going to be 1 mars as said.
There will be more footages as soon I get home from school.
I really enjoy seeing such intrest in this custom story.
Just in a couple of hours my mod had been downloaded 50+ times, and that was PART 1 of Harmfuls Wrath.
I really hope everyone will enjoy my custom story, as it soon going to be released.
Stay tuned for more updates to come.
Picture is not related to my custom story, it's just a printscreen on level editor in school.
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