One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until strange things start to happen. The basic idea is that players who have been in similar situations, and worked with similar office jobs, will relate themselves to the game setting and scenario and become immersed. Even if you can't relate to the game storyline, you will still get a good experience. The storyline is presented with short monologues, displaying the thoughts of the player, as you need to perform certain tasks to proceed in the game to continue discover new clues about what's going on. Use your surroundings to your advantage and hide under desks and in corners to avoid being taken by the ghost which haunts the office. Remember that the light will always be your friend. Survive the night and find as many clues as you can about the threat.

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What is One Late Night? (Games : One Late Night : Forum : General : What is One Late Night?) Locked
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Some people seems to not understand the idea and concept of One Late Night, so I will as briefly as I can explain the premise here.

What is it
"One Late Night" is a horror/mystery game which originated from a horror simulator concept, though took a turn towards a more adventure style game.

What it's not
This is not a mod, it's an entirely standalone game made from scratch. One Late Night is not your average cheap scare "Slender" knock-off were you need to do a single mind numbing task in order to reach a goal. This game bares no relation to any "Slenderman" stories or games.

The story
There's a pretty deep story behind this game, though it won't be handed to you on a silver plate (like many seems to want), you need to discover it for yourself by finding clues. That's what creates suspension and mystery in the game. Some questions will be left open for you to interpret. There's no arrow or red line for you to follow to your next objective in the game, you need to find it, and here's where Robert comes in. Robert, who's not physically present in the game, still plays one of the biggest parts of it. He's sort of like your guardian angel who helps you throughout the game. Always keep him in the back of your mind when you don't know what to do and check his office regularly.

Edited by: BlackCurtainStudio

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