Just found this jem and it was love at first site. I`m in only 20 min in but I could`nt help mysef from writing something. I have had my fair share of horror tiltles and usually I don`t get so exited when something new comes out.
Very rarely a game makes me feel uneasy or genuinly scared, SIlent Hill 1 and Amnesia were at the top of my list till only 5 min inside this one gave me the biggest scare I ever experienced in a videogame, you all know what I`m talking about... It was a cheap scare but my god it made me jump. Anyway I would like to thank the sick **** (or genious) that made this mod, I wish there were more people reinventing genres like Cry of Fear is doing.
Again, thank you sir.
Game needs ALOT of work. but it's not bad looking. If the UI was a little more self explanatory, and the buttons actually did things. Maybe if there was a in game tutorial mission, it might of gotten a higher score.
My scoring will get higher as more work is put into making this game more playable, but for now, this is where it stands.
update: The game is seeing a bit of work, and I have confirmed that the subject of the above critique is actually being fleshed out. With that being said, this game is quite ambitious, and I hope this game keeps getting worked on.
As it is very new, this game doesn't feature a whole lot in the way of story. However the game does put a sparkle in my eye. Minecraft and Doom seem to be the biggest likenesses to this particular title. I'd suggest giving it a try, and getting it if you like it before it comes out of Alpha. Support Phroot, and this awesome WIP.
I like the mod, even though it's dead. It's kind of blocky and feels out of date. Supposedly in 2.0 you get the use of ironsites? That would make it more interesting. I'd call it mediocre, nothing special, although I like the advancement and firearm system used.
One of THE best shooters and stories out there. A game that set the bar for those kinds of video games back in its time and the engine still seems to have the best physics I've ever seen. You cannot deny the awesomeness of the Half-Life series unless you've never played it.