I loved the theming of the game, survival gameshows are a niche not explored often enough, and the monsters are creepy little things. Looking forward to seeing how Fear Tapes continues!
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I had a lot of fun going off on a tangent while playing this game. I had some confusion about the house layout, but the eyes across the road really helped me sleep well.
This was an absolutely phenomenal demo. Great scares and atmosphere, with enough to keep players wanting more. I'm sorry that your games never were on my radar before, I'll definitely be checking them out in the future.
A fantastic remake of the original, and I've been following Cage-Face since the first game and loved every iteration of it. The drawn scenes add a visceral feel to it, while the presence of the monster amps up the tension.
I'm legit impressed with this game. It looks very well polished and the mechanics are easy enough to pick up but the gameplay does get pretty tense while switching through the rooms and using the luring ability. I've only played through nights 1 and 2 so far, but will definitely be continuing this game.
Some things seem unfleshed out, like the blinking, the map, and the talking portion. I can't wait to see how this is built upon though, and maybe I can try out some new pickup lines on the ghost in the full release.
I really liked the design of this game, it felt very fitting for it's time. The random explosion sounds in the distance was pretty good immersion, but I did feel like the ghosts were more of a nuisance than a threat. Well done though.
The look of the game was good, up until the maze section. It actually looked lived in to but there were some glaring issues I had with it, such as the sounds and feel of some portions of the game.It's the 3rd game I played in this video.
I really wished I had read the description first (I tend to prefer going into games blindly) because I really was wanting more of this. The design and idea was great, hope to see you all expand upon it.It's the second game I played in this video.
The sounds and monster are exceptionally creepy, and the stress of having to do a physical task in order to progress was surprisingly fun. Just wish I understood what made the monster vanish sometimes when I looked at it.
I loved this game. It's short but all the snakes have their own personalities and the overall mystery is fun to uncover by talking to each of them. A gorgon as the only asset was clever since it let you add characters via her hair snakes. Well done!
It's the 3rd game I played in this video.
Makes you think for sure, with a nice use of facial expressions to convey how Jacob feels (along with the clear mood indicator). I had a lot of fun with Jacob, maybe a bit too much.
It's the second game I played in this video.