When everything is possible to you, what would you do? Grab the boots of Gordon Reese, a servant of alchemist Arthur Legacy. Your everyday life is about to turn to a nightmare, when the wheel of fate turns for you.
This was pretty good and straightforward... and scary. I only noticed one bug: The small door on the table couldn't be opened but I was able to pick up the oil-filled jar through a small opening :) Was this intentional? (because it seems illogical).
And if you should do chapter 2? Don't ask us, just do it. You left the story open, remember? :)
GREAT CS! and the voice overs were good to. I just didnt like how you'll go insane when you stare at your master. I kept on wasting a lot of sanity potions but lucky for me there were alot of them. :}
Very original. I liked it.
Very good story. There were some bugs but those who I met didn't force me to restart or anything.
Story isn't damn long, but certainly interesting.
Scares - meh :P... Didn't affect me, not even single one, oh, maybe water monster was little bit "WTF XD..."
Else very good story. Maybe little bit too much traditional thinking, so I could figure most puzzles out quickly because they are pretty traditional, but else, not bad :).
One thing tho - too many ******* "Stephanos" or Golden Arabic Statues, or whatever you call them...
although unfinished, this story was cool and had some very original ideas and a very interesting story. Would hope chapter 2 gets released.
Was a bit short though
Great mod. Waiting for Chapter 2.
Really god custom history! good Work
This was a very well done first chapter of a story. It was a bit short but was baisically a spooky exposition for bigger and larger things. I hope to be pleased with future chapters :)
hell yes!! very original story, loved every single map. I hate the Suitor Dx
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