One Light in the Darkness is a high-quality custom story for Amnesia: The Dark Descent. The player takes on the role of Silas Joel Farran, a struggling writer who stumbles upon a mysterious and unsettling note of farewell, authored by the researcher who went missing months ago, Dr. Dale H. Shaw. The note suggests Shaw had been studying the history of a supposedly abandoned castle once owned by Baron Liam Bloodgood at the time of his disappearance. Such an adventure through the castle and a search for clues to Shaw's disappearance make for a thrilling novel....but Farran gets more than he bargained for...
OLitD has been the product of months of work, and finally is available for play! Multiple download mirrors are available on the Frictional Games forum thread, here. The installation process is crucial, so be sure to read up on it by following the above link.
The QA team has worked for the past week looking for and applying fixes to any bugs found, but since this is my first project there may be some issues. If you encounter a bug, please feel free to post a detailed report of it on the Frictional Games forum via PM or thread reply.
My custom story for Amnesia has been unveiled! One Light in the Darkness will be a bone-chilling and mind-twisting adventure through the supposedly abandoned...
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Extract to maps folder and overwrite. Various updates since first release, most involving West Wing map.
First full release of OLitD. Report bugs and issues at the mod thread on the Frictional Games forum. Link below.
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