File contains various screenshots and maps from the making of Keys. Might interest some.
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Hello. It's been a long road but Keys is finally finished and ready to be set out into the wild. We hope you enjoy playing it.
You can download the mod here on Moddb. Or you can download it directly from the site. Make sure you have the 'Source SDK Base 2013 Singleplayer' installed as all future mods will be running on it.
If you experience any problems in-game just remember to read the readme.txt that comes with the download. If that doesn't help then just shoot me a PM here.
Thank you for following us after all this time. I'd like to personally thank each and every person who helped and supported this strange little creation of mine. It's been quite an experience.
Highest Rated (5 agree) 8/10
This mod is great for people who like exploration/story-driven games like Dear Esther. I didn't really understand the story that well, but I felt that was the point-the developers did a good job at giving an ambiguous plot that could be translated by players to suit their own emotions and so they could find their own meanings. The music is superb and although the puzzles aren't particularly difficult, they do get the old grey matter working a little bit. I feel that the mod could benefit from voice-acting…
Jul 3 2014, 12:34am by Dreadmask