And yeah, that was one of the main reasons why I decided to rethink the ending sequence in a much more "exhaustive" way (story-wise).
Glad you enjoyed it!
Thanks again for the video! 👍
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Thank you so much!
If you're following me on twitter, I'm posting daily devlog updates about a new big project I've been working on for a while.
So, yes, I'll keep 'em coming!
No release date, yet... but stay tuned! 😉
And thanks again for you support! 👍
And well, the screaming lady was an abrupt way of ending the game's former version, and, as you may already know if you played any other horror-ish game of mine, I'm not really into jumpscares.
In fact, that lady was just a weird way to say "wake up, all your reality is a self-imposed dream to escape from the murder you committed".
Some liked it, many didn't. So, in this redux edition, I took the chance to expand and clarify the whole meaning behind that scream with a real "wake up" scene, a "descend into the madness" sequence, and a basement "revelation speech".
Anyway, thanks for your feedback, and thanks again for the video! 😊
Hello there, Lumps! 👋😜
Words can't express how glad I am for your continued support and friendship!
You know, you can consider yourself a member of this weird "AP Productions" family... 😂
As you said, you were one of the first let's players giving my games a chance.
We went through many up and downs...
But we're still here, and it's cool to see how much we've improved. 👍
Thanks for again the video!
See you soon... 😉
And yeah, I tried to keep it short and sweet just like the original one.
But if you want more games like this (or a lot longer)... just have a look here:
I bet you'll find "one or two" (😂) more to suit your taste... 😉
Let me suggest you some other games I made, which are quite on this same genre:
Thanks again for the video! 👋😊
That scary obsession is back...
"The hair in the wall - Redux" is a completely revisited edition of that "The hair in the wall" I released back in 2016.
In this edition you will find:
- expanded story;
- higher resolution;
- widescreen support;
- reworded texts;
- hidden clues (?);
- new screens;
- new sounds;
- new revised ending sequence;
- various fixes and enhancements.
"You've just moved in. New house. New job. New life.
While you were putting up some shelves down the basement, you noticed something odd:
a hair in the wall."
Thus begins a steep descend into madness and obsession.
A short horror experience inspired by Junji Ito's works, Silent Hill series, and David Lynch's visuals.
Minimum system requirements:
- O.S.: Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
- CPU: Pentium® III 800 MHz or higher
- Screen resolution: 1280x720
- Free hdd space: 300mb
- Free ram space: 128mb
- GPU memory: 32mb
- DirectX®: DirectX® 8.0 or higher
Thank you for the video, but the game doesn't end there.
That's just an error that was fixed in the latest update.
About the audio, it's strictly positional, so you must find the right spot without getting too much closer to the names, a wanted behaviour with a specific meaning in the whole story.
Anyway, thanks again and bye!
A recurring date is haunting your researches: Tuesday, 13 October, 1931.
It got stuck in your mind. It's been years since you decided to forget.
But you can't.
You're living in the past.
You should go back. You should stay safe.
But, despite that, you're going there.
You heard their voices. You heard their call.
It's not a trick.
They're true. They exist.
They're talking in the distance.
The events depicted in this game are based on a true story.
Names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of certain individuals and their respective families.
I know you're kidding, but no, that's the truth. This is what you get when you're playing a 100% fair game.
Thus, some strategy is required to reach your goal.
Anyway, I know this kind of game is not perfectly suitable for let's plays. It's more like a Windows Solitaire substitute to play when you are bored of more complex games. 😄
So , don't worry. 😉
Thank you for the video! 👋
Welcome back, Houssem! 👍
Don't be sorry, what's important is having you back on doing what you like most! 😉
Take your time to play and enjoy the new games released.
And thanks for the video! 😊
Thanks! I'm glad you liked the game!
And thanks for the video too!
P.S.: This is a "one-man-show" 😊 , behind all the games you see on the main "A. P. Productions" page there's only one guy: me. 😉
I'm posting this comment on the behalf of the user WitWGARA, since his (now deleted) comment was just a huge copy-paste of the whole youtube page in which his "Quit the game to win" video was located.
Plus, the embedded video was set on auto-play (and that's a big no-no 😉).
So, enjoy his video below, and visit his page for more information.
Thanks, and yes, that puzzle is entirely mathematical (and, therefore, numerical) based.
So, you don't have to mess with conversion rates, commas, or dots.
It's just a base-10 calculation, much simpler than what it seems.
In any case, a calculator will ease the process. 😉