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Jul 22, 2012 | 5:40 PM EDT

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In a world without hope were almost everything has vanished into darkness one man struggles for survival.

This is a Survival Horror/Psychological Game were you take the role as old Sam, trying to survive the harsh winter lands. The goal of the game is to simply survive the world's end.

The game features a dynamic event system that, based on the time of day, will trigger different events. Trying to aim for a new experience for each play-through with up to three different endings

Movement - Arrow Keys
Z - Use/Interaction
X - ToggleMenu/Cancel Sleep

NOTE: There are no mouse inputs in this game, only keyboard.

Instructions also follows in game with a tutorial cinematic. Please follow it as it helps a lot. The game will autosave for each new day.

As mentioned there are 3 different endings (Good, Neutral & Bad), depending on how you play the game will result in one outcome. To get an ending you must have received a knock on your door where you are prompted to open it at least 3 times.

I hope to make more games of this sort so if you like it (or don't) please leave a review for feedback and whatnot.

If you encounter strange bugs try updating your Flash Player, usually a lot can be fixed just by doing that.

Good Luck!

Reviews


crystalofchaoscrystalofchaos

Rated 2 / 5 stars September 25, 2013

I'm afraid that after five or so times of movement completely and randomly disabling itself with only a page refresh able to fix it I just gave up :C Great concept, fabulous ideas, and the execution seems flawless in portraying the horrors behind this, I'm just sad to say I was bested entirely by a single glitch. It would happen for things like the night to day turnover, exiting a map screen and entering a new one, just about any transition event really. It doesn't help that at one point I somehow managed to walk Sam right into a wall and couldn't get him out again. Maybe I just fail extra hard at this game. I'm going to go cry in a corner and lament that I can't finish because of the lacking movement controls and such :'|



fanofzeebarffanofzeebarf

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 15, 2013

Iiiii guess its time for you to hate me again. lets begin now hand me the pin. how should i begin it and where does it all end?



nbombnbomb

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 22, 2013

pretty accurate. if only the meters didn't empty so quickly



hollowpersonahollowpersona

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 14, 2013

Geez man, your thought process is so unique, how in the world did you make something this amazing, with old 2d graphics? If this was a 3d game for the ps3 i'm sure I would have had a heart attack! The ending was perfect! I felt everthing Sam was feeling! Shoot for the stars, because you will make it big! Congrats once again!!!


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GregMustacheGregMustache

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 3, 2013

It's a really cool idea, one that I have a special love for because I've had a similar-ish concept in mind for ages but never had a good way to make it happen. But I had a LOT of problems, particularly with the choice of graphics (You can only use an oil lantern but you have torches on the doors and candles everywhere and they never go out; the house is huge and full of shelves but you can't store anything, it's a constant blizzard but you have to go to a somehow-un-frozen pond instead of just melting snow for water?)

I also seem to have run into some fatal glitches; things where the clock would stop running or I stopped being able to move, and I know it says that you can't get an ending until someone knocks on your door three times but I managed to survive for 32 days, but nobody ever came!

Long story short: cool idea, but buggy as hell


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