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An interesting take on a Corridor Digital video. I hadn't watched the video beforehand, so I judged the game on its own merits. Certainly has atmosphere and decent visuals, particularly in the case of the forest environment. I think I can piece together the story from it too. Good stuff!

An enjoyable short horror with nice, pixellated graphics and some good atmosphere. Very spooky!

With Halloween approaching, thought I'd come and try out one of your older games. ;)

Sister Maria says that those who do not watch the video below shall receive divine punishment.

Jk, watch it if you want. This game has an interesting concept and vibe.

My spooky mannequin coworkers just wanted to throw me a retirement party, but they can't help but be creepy. At least, that's my headcanon.

This was a curious and interesting little horror game. Creepy too!

An atmospheric horror VN; really enjoyed the art style and the general vibe. Would definitely recommend it!

Lixian, this cleaning job sucks.

A decent horror game with nice visuals! Well worth a try.

Fantastic horror game! Very tense and atmospheric. Good job, dev.

A neat little horror game. Not much to it, but a decent attempt!

Here you go, Cameron - one more video to add to your comments section. Thanks once again for the help in getting this working, I enjoyed the visuals and ideas in it!

A very enjoyable indie horror, with a tense atmosphere and great visuals. It's always good to see a horror that can spook the player without the need for cheap jump-scares!

A short but promising little horror. Haven't played any horrors with ancient Egyptian themes to them before!

Very interesting demo! Whilst the combat is a little janky, I like the visuals, the premise and the overall style of the game. Will definitely keep my eyes out for updates!

Maritime horror games are a favourite of mine, and I particularly like this one! Great visuals and atmosphere!

Hello Cameron, I'm glad to say I managed to get it to work with the Alt-Enter trick! Thanks for the tip, should now be able to play the game. ;)

I'd like a refund on my hotel booking. I was assured there would be no snakes.

Hello Cameron Harford!

I've been meaning to play this game lately, and booted it up for the first time today. Unfortunately, I seem to have encountered a problem. I went into the games settings and tried to reset it from borderless windowed to fullscreen, only this caused the game to crash. Now, whenever I try to start the game up again, I receive the following error message (long wall of text incoming):

LowLevelFatalError [File:Unknown] [Line: 836] 

Rendering thread exception:

LowLevelFatalError [File:Unknown] [Line: 249] 

Result failed 

 at D:/Build/++UE4/Sync/Engine/Source/Runtime/Windows/D3D11RHI/Private/D3D11Viewport.cpp:368 


0x00007ffb32534fd9 KERNELBASE.dll!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff71825dbc7 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff71822cb8a MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff7181e25f7 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff7181e24f8 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff7186861cb MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff7186742b4 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff71867c3f7 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718bdf65b MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718bdcd66 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718dc154e MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718dc37f9 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718149799 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff7181498a3 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718c23c92 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718c24848 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff71826ec4b MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ff718269377 MindAtSea-Win64-Shipping.exe!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ffb32d87034 KERNEL32.DLL!UnknownFunction []

0x00007ffb34d42651 ntdll.dll!UnknownFunction []

Any ideas on how I might fix this? I've tried re-downloading the game several times, but now I keep getting the same error.

A great little game! Good visuals and sound design, and being able to fight back against the scary monster certainly makes this one stand out from many other indie horror games I've played.

Great visuals and great atmosphere! It's only a short horror game but it's worth playing.

Interesting demo! Great visuals, puzzles were neat, and the villain certainly is quite distinct.

This was a very interesting take on the 'explore-spooky-house' type of horror game. Great graphics and overall quite enjoyable!

A spooky demo with some good atmosphere to it. It is quite dark in places (literally), which can make navigating about trying to find light switches a bit of a headache, but other than that I enjoyed it.

A short but nice horror game that went in a direction I wasn't expecting. Definitely had some atmosphere to it!

A very short horror game, but it had some good spooky moments. Here's another video for your comment section, dev:

Great little concept with striking visuals and a good dose of atmosphere. I'll admit I haven't seen the Mandela Catalogue (the game's inspiration), but I thought the game itself was promising nonetheless!

Great little horror game! Nice visuals, and some good scares. There are a couple of instances where you can get a bit stuck on the stairs (due to the geometry or something) but other than that, I enjoyed it. And as always, here's yet another video for your comments section, dev:

This was a decent indie horror game. The visuals are okay, but what it gets particularly right is a nice dose of atmosphere and some good scares. Worth playing! In the meantime, dev - here's another Youtube video to add to your comments section. ;)

Just finished playing this (link to first of three episodes below), and really enjoyed it! The art style is great, the pacing is perfect and the mechanics are smooth.

Great demo, had  fun playing it. The visuals are good, and the game has some effective scares. The mechanics are also pretty solid. Good job!

An interesting concept! The visuals are great and the puzzles fairly straightforward. Maybe not the scariest of games in its present form, but it definitely had a bit of creepiness to it. It'll be interesting to see how you develop it further!

A decent attempt at a Slender game - it was good to see something different from the old-school, 'collect 8 pages' mechanics of previous Slender titles. Some good jump-scares and atmosphere too, though the later jump-scares aren't quite as impactful as earlier ones. Nonetheless, a commendable effort - it'll be interesting to see what the dev creates next!

Here you go dev, some feedback as you requested over on my Youtube channel! An interesting game - maybe not the scariest horror I've ever played, but your game mechanics were functional and you've got the basic building blocks in place. The maze is challenging without being too big, and I get the sense that the Primary Color Man himself has a set of 'behaviours' that the player is intended to figure out. The visual style is also certainly quite striking! It would be interesting to see how you might take your experiences with this one and carry them forward in future projects.

Whilst the mechanics can be a bit clunky at times (mainly when transitioning between cameras, as you have to  quickly adjust which keys you're pressing), this is nevertheless an interesting little game with a great visual style! Well worth checking out.

An indie horror visual novel with a great art style and some spooky atmosphere. The sudden knocking in the night got me good! ;)

I like the concept behind it. It was an interesting premise!

A very creative little indie horror game where you use a second-person perspective to navigate a kidnapper's house. Decent visuals and a great premise!

A very interesting demo; whilst there are a few technical issues that need working upon (EG frame-rate drops in certain areas), it looks promising nonetheless. Definitely got that increasingly unsettled feeling as it progressed. Good job!