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Hi all,

This is my first game in a while, over a year in fact. It's still in development and there's a lot of work to do before its ready for release on iOS & Android.

In short the game is set through an old cell phone at night. You are a 17 year old girl who's just moved into a new apartment with her mum. Your mum has gone out for the night and that's when strange things start to happen.

The goal of the game is to try and survive until morning when your mum returns home, the later it gets the more active whatever is in the house becomes.

Im always looking for inspiration or extra ideas so welcome to any suggestions for gameplay elements to add, possibly also inspired by ghost/horror movies.

<a href="https://youtu.be/OudvwVr1DXc" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://youtu.be/OudvwVr1DXc</a>

« Last Edit: March 19, 2018, 03:40:56 pm by dale527 »


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Wow it is very nice! I liked the video very much, especially the old mobile phone interface. I don’t have any suggestions,  but I  would like to play it when you get to  beta!


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Looks like an interesting game. I too would like to see a playable demo. Being able to play it would help me think of suggestions.


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Nice idea. I like how you control everything from a mobile perspective just like a lot of youngsters are doing.

Is there a reason you go for computer-graphics rather than photo materials? Will the objects be used like a kind of 'hidden object' game?

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Thanks for you comments! Hopefully I should have a playable demo within the next couple of weeks.

Currently adding lots of features such as a simple game that is playable through the phone as well as an intro where you are chilling in your room listening to some heavy guitar music, texting your mum when suddenly the power cuts which starts the game.

Its going to take a lot of balancing tweaks to get the difficulty just right, such as how often the entity appears/jumpscares you etc. Though its not purely about jumpscares, the game is based more around what you can't see but can hear.

Ive never been a huge fan of having photo materials in a game, if not done correctly it can look quite amateurish, but thats just my opinion I guess. It won't be like a hidden objects style game but there will be little differences in the rooms each time you visit -doors open, items moved around, radio/TV randomly coming on etc.

I'll also upload a better gameplay video soon hopefully that shows more gameplay than just walking around the rooms.