Thanks so much for playing Pacific. I’m glad you enjoyed it. It was definitely a game about atmosphere rather than jump scares. FYI I’m currently working on the sequel/remake. 😉
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I really enjoyed playing this. Good atmosphere. I especially (but not exclusively) enjoyed the sound of the doors unlocking, very satisfying! I spent about 5 minutes just walking around the car at the start of the game taking in the set design and sounds. Good fun game this. Nice one.
I'm assuming you're on Windows 10? Right click on the icon, go to properties then select Compatibility and tick the "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select "Windows 8". Apply and close. Then run the game.
Great video man. Really enjoyed it! Don’t worry, you’re not the only person who read “Can you find a key” as a signal to look for a key to open the combination lock. Bit of a wording error on my part I think. Appreciate you taking the time to make a video about it.
What are you trying to run it on; Mac or PC? Either way you should just be able to unzip the file and either run the .exe file or the Mac app. If you're on a mac you will probably have to go into the settings and allow it to run from an unknown author. You can search for this with "security" or something and then at the bottom click "Run Anyway".
If you're on a PC then I'll need a little more information in order to help you out. What are your specs? Windows 10?
Thanks for the video man. I'm glad you enjoyed it. The Tomatoes are OK was a lot of fun to make and despite it not exactly being heavy on story or (some would argue) fun, it's an experiment that I'm enjoying seeing people experience. I enjoyed your video.
Hey Paul, thanks for the words man. I wasn't going for a jumpscare type game, but instead trying to build atmosphere and make you feel uncomfortable so hopefully I achieved that effect. Thanks for taking the time to play.
Hey Loueehsah. I'm glad you got out eventually. There are a lot of combinations out there, so it might take you a while to find someone else's key but eventually you will. The human brain isn't too good at coming up with truly random numbers so try some obvious combinations and you'll get one sooner or later. Or don't and stay in the room forever :)
Hey Geckoo1337 thanks for the advice on the clipping. I'll definitely give that a shot, hopefully that'll fix the issue. I'm glad you enjoyed the game. Thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment.
I've just released a new game called Boolean Escape. Each person who plays the game tries to find a key which will unlock a door at the end of the game. However each key is created by a previous player of the game. Encoded into their key is a choice as to whether the door leads to safety (Escape) or something more evil! I'm quite excited to see players interact with the game. If anything we'll see just how kind (or not) the gamers of itchio really are!
Very kind words dude. I appreciate it a lot. I'm glad you enjoy playing my stuff. I'm working on a larger game right now called K-129 [ www.k-129.net ] if you're interested. Also I plan on submitting a little jam game for the Asylum Jam 2017 so keep an eye out for that.
Your support really does help me to stay motivated to continue creating stuff so thank you a lot.