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Fears to Fathom has to be one of my new favorite indie horror game series. Everything from the world building to the music was done wonderfully and I can't wait for further installments!

This is such a well made game! Can't wait for episode 2!

Pretty good game for what it is. The only issue I had with it was the lighting/flashlight. The flashlight felt like it barely did anything. Other than that, it had good spooks and decent puzzle solving. Would recommend!

*insert phasmophobia related comment here*

I'm sure there are a lot of people comparing this to phasmophobia and to be fair I did reference it in the video too. This was a pretty straight forward experience but what really got me was near the end when you start to unravel clues about what was really going on in the asylum, like seeing pictures on the walls depicting eye surgery. The ending was INSANE, and I mean that in a good way. I loved having to make a choice while there was so much tension in the air, I think that's what really made this game for me. I would recommend anyone to give this game a shot!

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Vacuum go vroom.

Definitely looking forward to the full version to see how you will further the plot and improve the mechanics of this game. Odd to think that a game that looks almost like a cartoon/anime and premise is about a vacuum man chasing you around your home to suck you up can be such a scary experience.

Very punny. 10/10 IGN. Would use the bathroom again.

I made a 3 Scary Games video on this and I must say I was a little underwhelmed by how short it was and how the items spawn in the same area every time. But considering this was a prototype game, I would assume they would be fixed or tweaked in a full release. 

Here is my video and this game starts at 13:23

I made a 3 Scary Games video and this was the first game I played. The 2 games I played after Start Survey were a lot bigger in some aspects but neither had the same scary atmosphere as Start Survey. I think that really says a lot about how a game doesn't need to be over complex to be a good horror game.

I enjoyed the gameplay, however I didn't like that the game had to pause for a few seconds to load the next section. It takes away from the immersion, but I understand if it might be a limitation of the game engine. I look forward to the full release!

I adore the fact that you added sound for when someone climbs up the bed and walks off of it. Small detail that can be easily missed if you play the game properly (unlike me lol). Great game, great scares. Here is my playthrough of it!

This game was honestly so unsettling and I think the main reason was because it looks like an old school PS1 type of game which is when horror games were at it's peak, since the graphics weren't that good our imaginations fill in the detail.

Anywho. enough reminiscing about the old school days, here is a video I made of the game!

Awesome throwback to old school gaming, made me feel right at home with 3rd person fixed camera angles and I highly recommend this game for anyone looking for a short survival horror experience!

First game I played in my 3 scary games video I did for Halloween.

I really liked the VHS style you went with and the camera mechanic makes me wonder if there was anything that I missed since I don't know if I could have pulled out the camera before entering the school. 

Overall it was short but freaky!

This was a really surreal game for me because I feel like I saw myself in this game in a way that wasn't really meant to be seen by playing. At the end of the game I talk about what I think the relationship between our character and the other person is, because I went through a terrible breakup where I was cheated on... multiple times by the same person... and how I still felt like I need her. Like I was addicted. I don't think that was the intention or overall meaning/ purpose of the game, but that's how I interpreted it for myself.  A reason I thought of it like this is because in one part of the game where we choose to stop seeing her after the second time you're back at your place, she seems like she really doesn't want to lose contact with you and it felt like they both knew each other from the past. But then the ending where your new room mate doesn't see her in the picture just confused me lol

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Really cool and scary game, a little short but I personally like horror games that aren't that long. Well done! 

If you want to check out a video I made on it: