I've always been a fan of the pixelated art style when it comes to games, so this one definitely caught my eye. The environments are quite nice, with each area varying in style, from the main hall, to the outdoor (I think) area to the torture room, they all look and feel great.
I quite like the atmosphere the game presents, it's dark and your only source of guaranteed light is your flashlight which has a limited amount of energy with a limited amount of batteries scattered throughout the environment. It's not like a lot of other games that give you way more batteries than you could ever need, I felt that I had to use them sparingly to survive. The monster itself is also pretty creepy, especially when you turn a corner and it's almost directly in your face, this makes for some pretty tense moments.
One more thing I really like about the game is that there are plenty of varying game modes to choose from. Each one adding in it's own challenge, making the game even harder, each with their own endings, thus making the game even more interesting.
There's really only one thing I don't like about the game, and that's that there isn't any sort of audio indication for the monster. It's pretty easy to know when it's directly in front of you, but some sort of sound to indicate that it's behind you or around you would really spare some frustration.
Also upon my first run through of the game, the monster was bugged, it seems as though it couldn't attack me at all. I'm not sure if I did something to trigger this or this was completely unintentional, I'm going to assume the latter.
Though I didn't make it too far into the game due to my own time constraints, I did enjoy exploring the environments, finding items and slowly piecing together what is I have to do. For reference I played using the standard game mode, just to get a feel for the game.
Thank you for your time and I hope you don't mind that I attach my gameplay video here with my comment.
Cheers and best wishes to you,