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The creature design was creepy, especially the way it moved, and the graphics looked beautiful. Our biggest problem with this was that we couldn't tell if we were supposed to keep getting caught by the monster - he kept trapping us in a certain area, almost like he was magnetised to us, and it felt almost impossible to escape him. This got very frustrating and took a long time to get past. It felt like the game could maybe benefit from a distraction mechanic to avoid the monster, as right now it is quite difficult to use the mirror sometimes to pinpoint its location - especially as it's able to teleport so fast in front of you anyway. All in all, we did initially enjoy getting scared by monster and not knowing where it was, but admittedly we did get a little frustrated with trying to get past it. Here is our gameplay video:

What a twist! We enjoyed this one. I felt a strong Silent Hill influence. This was a short, fun indie horror, although I would say that it is not meant to be taken too seriously.

We enjoyed the atmosphere of this game and it was certainly creepy trying to figure out what was going on, however I would say it was a tiny bit cryptic on how to get all 3 endings. (Admittedly, one of the endings was more straight forward than I thought, so our bad, but please explain how to get Ending 3 because we are very curious!) Cool music :)

A short, creepy experience. Well done :) 

Had a lot of fun with the scares in this game. Interesting lore and cool puzzle elements :) 

We had fun with this one :) 

Very interesting, surreal concept. We enjoyed this one, although we did have trouble finding where to go during the videotape sequence! Thank you for making this :)

So I sucked at this game but it was a good bit of random, mental fun haha. Loved the concept and the soundtrack.

Creepy art style and tone that had us worried about opening each door. We enjoyed this one. Thank you for the fun experience :)

As big Silent Hill fans, we enjoyed your demo and look forward to the full game! 

A much creepier improvement over the first episode, with some great tense atmosphere. We really enjoyed this one, however we recommend that you add some invisible barriers somewhere along the road to avoid players wandering off for 10 mins+ and breaking the game like we did! We genuinely thought you had to walk along the road and wait for cars to pass, rather than wait by the car, and if you start walking the cars do not spawn at all and the game breaks. Also, for a paid game, I highly recommend a proof-reader for the subtitles. Otherwise, this had a lot going for it and we look forward to episode 3!

Doghouse 2 is amazingly terrifying and we admittedly had to look up how to get some of the endings, but we had a great time with this one! (Gameplay starts at 07:09.) Very well done on managing to make this even creepier than the first game.

Such a fun and creepy game - we really enjoyed it! Thank you for making it :)

We enjoyed your demo but the blue crystal just didn't spawn so we couldn't complete it!

We enjoyed the wit and the terrifying twist of this one. My only comment is to make sure the pop-up text for items doesn't appear behind the cursor :) Thanks for making this. Realise we are a bit late getting around to playing it! (Game features at 06:48.)

Definitely a challenging game but it was a short experience and we had fun! Cute art style and unique concept for a Christmas game.

We thought your game was absolutely adorable. I cried. Thank you for making it :)

I'm not good at these types of games but the art style was cute and I liked the premise :)

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Your game scared the hell out of us, but unfortunately we couldn't get very far with it at all. Great concept and atmosphere!

Admittedly, we could not finish the game, but what fun to return to Courage after so many years! Excellent concept and terrifying in certain places, but certainly for hardcore gamers :P Thank you for making this unique experience.

Your demo shows much promise and certainly 'didn't' have us hiding in a closet for 10 minutes!

This is one of the creepiest, most unique indie horrors about at the moment.

We loved your game. It's well put together and the environment is beautiful, but I think we broke it, so we were unable to complete it. If we were simply doing something wrong, please let us know!

Very interesting concept. It's one of those games that leaves you thinking about it afterwards.

This was so good. We can't wait for further development!

Brilliant style, sound design, and execution. This is what it's like to play inside a graphic novel, providing a unique and terrifying experience. Junji Ito is my favourite manga artist so I really appreciated the incorporation of the body horror clearly influenced by Tomie. Very well done.

Short and sweet (I mean creepy)! We enjoyed your game. Thank you for the quirkily surreal experience :)

Part 2 here!

We had a lot of frustrating fun with this one :) Concept, look, and sound of the game amazing. But man, the creatures were aggressively persistent!

Played your game and enjoyed ourselves :) 

Looks like a great deal of people have checked out your game, but here is our experience: 

Certainly creepy and very interested to see how it will be expanded upon. Well done.
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This game was pretty terrifying. Very well done, and looking forward to the full version!

Thanks for posting this lol

Thanks for posting this - was just about to lol

We played your crazy, fun game here: 

Shame it glitched out on us eventually but hey! Loved the GTA references and similarity to Goat Simulator.

I played your cute game here. Enjoyed :)

We played your game here. Definitely potential with this one :)

We very much enjoyed your game. Interested to see where it goes next, as the red-eyed creature certainly spooked us! 

We played your cool, tense game here... Siren Head design was the best I've seen and definitely creepy. His crunching bones as he disassembles and reassembles himself will stick with me.