There's a building on the campus of [REDACTED]. When groups of two or more people try to enter, the door's covered in chains, blood, and some kind of unknown material. When only a single person tries to enter, the door is open, perfectly clean. Many people described seeing a bricked hallway going somewhere. But they never made too far, because something started chasing them from deeper, pushing them out. Most of those people were diagnosed with mental disturbances. These disturbances occur when in the presence of this building. But they occur faster and faster the deeper they go, until, well, something happens. Also, people described lit torches lighting the way, eliminating the need of light sources. Well, until somewhere deeper, at which point some of the torches just are dead. It gets progressively darker. No one knew that the chase was something caused by their mind, which was caused by these disturbances. It's time for you to see for yourself what has happened in there. What will you find in there? Will you survive?
Frictional Games thread for Haunted Hallways: Frictionalgames.com -New thread!
More info: You're Jacobson Price, a 32 year old male, who was walking in a forest with his child, when a log fell on him and knocked him out. When he wakes up, he finds that his son is nowhere. He discovers a building, and a document that reveals some events that have happened in there. You simply don't believe it. But, realising that there's no choice, Jacobson enters the building. And that's from where Haunted Hallways will begin from.
You need to survive in order to find the mystery behind SCP 087 B. Can you do it? Can you find out the mystery behind it?
I'm now developing my new game called "Lost - NightLight" on the Unity engine. It has its own page on IndieDB. Link is below.
Posting this here, because I know there are many people who like this, so I'll let them know of my upcoming game, which is unlike others.
There you go.
Demonstration video made for "Lost - NightLight" on Jan 3rd, 2013 : Youtube.com
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