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The Last Door - Chapter 3

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Free episodic horror game, with original low-res visuals and a gorgeous orchestral music score, composed by Carlos Viola. Surrounded by a thrilling sound atmostphere, player’s will experience a really inmersive environment thought the stimulation of their imagination, just like classic horror writers like Poe and Lovecraft used to.

In this episode, our longest and more thrillig one, Devitt will wander the streets of Old Nichol, a dangerous scum of 1891’s victorian London, in search for awnsers.

Play Chapters 1 to 4 (entire Season One) at: TheLastDoor.com
Also available in more languages.

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I love the music in this one!

it's good, and I love the series. however, the noise puzzle was a little difficult even with the noise subtitles on. A few things felt incomplete, like the two music scores we never get to truly read and the supernatural tree growth never being explained. I also like that there are decisions in the game, but I dislike how many times I'd have to replay each game to get minor response changes. It just doesn't have that replay value for me, honestly. Also, this is named Chapter 3 and is the third (full) part yet the endscreen reads: "The adventure continues in Chapter 3". Even counting the prologue, that's an error.

I like this series!! It's awesome!!

Your game is so amazing and inspiring the art work I cant get over how gorgous you made each pixel.