Wielding only a flashlight and radar, you know only three things about your dark prison:
1. That your flashlight is the only thing that stands between you and the darkness...
2. That the cryptic pages you find scattered about the dungeon contain your flashlights' power source...
3. That the text of those cryptic pages just might hold the answer as to why you're here.
The darkness is cold and desolate, but you can't shake off the uneasy feeling that someone -- or something -- is playing a game with you.
Obviously I drew a lot of inspiration from a lot of different horror tropes from a lot of existing mainstream horror media. Huge thanks to Emanuel Feronato's survival horror tutorial for inspiring this game and its style, and challenging me to push my programming ability to its limits. Oh, and it also feels good to cite myself as a musician.
For the rest of us who need tl;dr's, then this is basically Slender: Arcade Edition. If you play on any difficulty higher than Medium, it will be much harder than anything you've ever played.
Easy < Slender: The Eight Pages
Hard = Slender: The Eight Pages
Extreme: Unimaginably difficult
Nightmare: Even I can't pass this
As my high school years wind to a close, I hope you'll enjoy this game, as I prepare for college and beyond.
Huge thanks to SpeedBoostTorchic for providing additional art!
*This game is in no way related to the Commodore 64 game Into Oblivion.