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Feb 18, 2017 | 9:18 PM EST

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Plot: Three individuals wake up inside a cabin with no knowledge of who they are or how they got there. To make matters worse, the cabin has been bolted shut to prevent anyone from escaping. (Scenario A & Scenario B)

Scenario C will be a side-story that takes place a few months after Scenario A and Scenario B. You will accompany a social worker named Tabatha who has received disturbing complaints about one of the survivors from the cabin. Upon her arrival, Tabatha discovers that this survivor harbors a shocking secret.

In the game, you will have the option to choose from three different perspectives (Scenario A, Scenario B, and Scenario C). Information is scarce, escape options are limited, and survival is not guaranteed in this modern day thriller.

Accept: Z / Enter / Left-Click
Cancel/Menu: X
Clues: C
Movement / Menu Selection: Arrow Keys or Mouse.

-45 minutes of game-play

-Six Different Endings

-Original Music

-Inspired by Unknown (2006) and V/H/S (2012).

Walk-through Scenario A:

Walk-through Scenario B:

Walk-through Scenario C:

Character Bio and Storyline Details

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game! I love all your games, honestly it's my favourite type of game.
Keep up the good work!!!


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Could have been a lot better, the title promise a lot but when you meet to the antagonist all your expectations goes down, at least mine


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is pretty great for a horror game and I enjoyed the multiple endings. Awesome job!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the 8-bit / Pixel aspect of the game! really cool!!

some minor things like how the main menu and other stuff is

like being able to click "new game" instead of pressing enter

but not that much could change, as this game seems cool, but then again I am only starting to play this game as I am typing this review. great work and good luck!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Frankly, I'm appalled that this game managed to get not only a place on the front page, but a score higher than a 3.

The writing is poorly proofread and amateurish (your/you're, anyone?), the loading times and lack of a skip button are hair-pulling, especially when trying to get every ending, the plot is predictable, devoid of horror, and quickly laid out through copious amount of log-reading (which, by the way, the characters never react to in such a way that may, say, delay their deaths at the hands of a shapeshifting monster).

The monster is a discount The Thing raised by a discount Jigsaw, which completely wastes the premise of a shapeshifting monster, which is to say, causing doubt and paranoia among the characters, by only revealing its existence to the characters at the end for an old fashioned kill-em-all ending. By the way, mixing your discount The Thing with a discount Jigsaw cheapens your monster, as it's both too human and not human enough to be taken seriously.

There is absolutely no challenge or puzzle to the game (except for maybe the computer code puzzle), progression being a mindless game of "touch things at random until you find the right thing".

Scenario C was comical, with absolutely no point to its existence. Yeah, sure, the monster's still alive, we knew that from B's third ending. Yeah, sure, the monster's still following not-Jigsaw's teachings, we already knew that from the kill-em-all endings. Yeah, sure, it'd kill its foster family, that's kind of the point of being a horror monster. Also I find it hilarious that C's protagonist's reaction to a murderous shapeshifter is to go 'fuck it, I'm out, no need to tell anyone, it's not my problem anymore'.

My suggestion if you want to play an actual RPG horror game? Mad Father. Misao. Mogeko Castle. Middens/Gingiva. OFF. Ib. Hello? Hell...o?. Arguably Yume Nikki. Mermaid Swamp. There's scores of better horror games made in this engine. Heck, even Ao Oni and its fangames do it better.