This Total Conversion Mod aims to bring a high quality story related to the Cthulhu mythos from H.P. Lovecraft to the fans of Amnesia and horror in general. You won't find cheap jump scares and flying naked men here as I think they are just not fitting a good horror story. The player will take the role of Richard in the year 1868. Richard is a servant who just found work at the court of Lord Conroy and the story sets in as Richard arrives on his first day at the Lord's castle. But things go terribly wrong as soon as Richards sets foot into the old building...
the mod is coming along very well! I started with the second area a few days ago and it's really fun to build this one. I got some ideas for the basic level layout and some nice script designs. :D Also I decided to use the food storage level I built months ago because after playing through it again I came to the conclusion that it is too good to not use it. Some changes were made and some have to be made to fit the level better into the overall concept but that won't be a problem. The level is like 95 % finished regarding the level design. Next thing I really like are the custom loading screens. They won't be anything special you haven't seen before but I think they fit the atmosphere of "Where cold Winds blow..." perfectly.
There will be custom voice acting in "Where cold Winds blow..." and I can proudly say that I already got three very talented voice actors. Of course this will still need time but the wait will be worth it!
That's all for today. Stay tuned!
"Where cold Winds blow..." is alive and back from the dead!
After some weeks of work I want to keep you guys informed with some news! :)
...of the Wine Cellar, FPS lags and scripting thoughts...
Since I registered the mod some days ago, I want to give you some information about it. Feel free to contact me and tell me you ideas or critics or just...
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