Little buggy/laggy for a demo, nice scare sound effect..pretty decent.
The point of a demo for a game is to demonstrate the concept for the game, without needing to fully develop the game. It seems you have spent too much time drawing graphics (badly), and adding things like music, but have failed to demonstrate a concept for your game (having a character that moves, and two things to interact with, with no story or points of reference, makes for an extremely poor offering). Your game doesn't even have a proper name!!
If you're trying to practice programming movement and interaction, then good - keep trying - but be aware submitting your practice runs is going to get you lots of hate, and make it difficult for you to find people to collaborate with. This really should have been posted on Dumping Grounds and shared in the forums - probably in Collaboration. Hopefully you can still do this (and withdraw this submission), thus saving yourself some grief.
Oh, and you might want to avoid EVER using these lines when submitting anything: "This is not the real game... not what the real game looks like... this is just an example of my game creation skills". General rule of thumb: if this is how you feel about your submission, then it is NOT READY for submission.
This is indeed a horror game.
This game is pure horror indeed.
Stop excusing and explaining, you didn't do a loading screen, your drawing skills are... pretty basic, "demo" is a ridiculous word for letting players go right, down, left - finish!
Please don't release anything again.
That was way too short. The popups were annoying to click and hurt the atmosphere greatly, the art totally ruined the atmosphere and it was dull to play, plus the jump scare was poorly timed to the point where it was almost funny, in a not good way.
Demos don't belong here, especially if they're this underdeveloped. No offense, and this is going to sound mean, but I intend it as genuine advice, so don't take it the wrong way- if this is going to be so much better when it's finished and all of the things you seem to be claiming, then don't show us this nonsense, show us the vastly improved finished product. Honestly, you said this was an example of your creation skills, and I don't think a very small screen, some unfittingly bad graphics and an abrupt, super short finish are impressing too many people here, myself included.
Get a team, overhaul the crap out of this, THEN put it up. The reception will be infinitely warmer, and the resulting game will be infinitely more enjoyable.
This demo needs much work. There are issues when trying to start the game.
The medals work, and I earned them all.
I know there are main menu issues that is my fault... I put no loading screen...