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A lost soul searching for anwers.
A desperate man screaming for help.
A haunted town full of secrets.
Welcome to Silent Hill.

Have fun playing, "Silent Hill: Room 304", a point & click horror game based on the popular game series from Konami Digital Entertainment.

UPDATE: I can't belive the reaction I have gotten from this game. There is no greater feeling than having people appreciate your work and I want to thank each and everyone of you for playing! Based on your reviews, I have accomplished what I set out to do, and for that I am very proud.
Be sure to follow me here on NG, there are more games in the works!

- Joe

WALKTHROUGH: http://www.SilentHillRoom 304.blogspot.com (remove spaces)

NOTE: Do not post spoilers in the comment section. If you have any questions regarding the story or gameplay, or any ideas for games that you would like to see me make, please PM me!

You need a fast computer to run this game.

BUG (SPOILERS):

There seems to be a bug at the cabin part.
When you've heard the tape and go back to the attic, it restarts the scene and you have to hear the tape again. I can't fix this because the project file has become corrupt (damn you, Adobe!), but luckily it's not that big of a problem. I'm hoping you guys can look past that! (If anyone knows how to fix a corrupt file, please let me know!)

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ask00ask00

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 9, 2010

well done

pretty sure this was the only game on NG that managed to actually scare me. and on a side note you know the town of silent hill from the movie is based on an actual place called centralia, PA.



DrPain63DrPain63

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 9, 2010

Should have seen it coming!

SPOILER: Man the demon chick in the bathroom scared the crap outta me!



Hunter717Hunter717

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 9, 2010

good game!

my heart is still beating from the bathroom scene... but thats what i get for playing it in an extremely dark basement while its raining and the tv is playing static...



theflyingpentheflyingpen

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 9, 2010

pretty good

I like the story and how you did it and other than a few audio jumps it was pretty good, however besides the twist at the end there wasn't much in comon with silent hill and is it possible to die? i like the story and voice though god job



indigovioletindigoviolet

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 9, 2010

(warning: spoilers)

I'm always suspicious when it comes to these atmospheric games, so I guessed that a few scary faces were about to appear out of nowhere- especially the bathroom camera tape! Nonetheless, I still probably need a change of clothes.
You completely nailed the atmosphere, just like the Silent Hill games, but at the start where Adrian is shouting for help, the repeated phrases just got annoying, even more so when you realise when he has been doing so for a couple days.
The clues/ passwords need to be a little more obvious, because your common player isn't exactly Sherlock Holmes. Unless the player has already played the Silent Hill games, they won't know to check everywhere, even if they were previously told there was nothing there (for example the magically appearing key). Also, the important objects in the Silent Hill games are slightly shiny or made obvious somehow.
Something that ruined it for me somewhat was the fact that the bodies of Adrian's wife and son were covered with a sheet, but it was almost as though they were placed there, and I assume that zombies haven't got much respect for the dead, much less feeling compelled to cover them in a sheet in a protective manner after brutally murdering them and cleaning up the bloody smears over the walls before they leave. This made Adrian look guilty as soon as you see the bodies, and all sense of the presence of zombies was lost- but I understand that this was necessary to make Adrian look guilty, but making the scene look more careless/ brutal would have done nicely :)
Sorry for ranting :) Don't get me wrong, this game deserves a high score, I was just trying to point out things that could be improved :)
To those people who say "TL;DR", don't read it if you don't want to.


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assjoe responds:

Thanks for the advice! You make some great points.