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I swear I'm not biased just because Vidas was in the chat, but honestly this game is quite a lot of fun. Has a nice slice of surrealist feverish nightmare mixed with some light humor sprinkled over some genuinely fun puzzles. Recommended!
A fun and delightful journey about achieving immortality, so to speak. I like the cryptic writing and existentialism presented by the lore and while I've had a fair share of hiccups creating my own tower, it was worth it by the end. Would recommend to anybody. Here's part one:
Was a rather short, but fun experience. The 90's first person overlay and design is always a fun style and I do wish there was more of it. I actually do wonder what a full game would include, if there are such plans of course!
Honestly this game has about everything that I could have asked for: fun gameplay, awesome twist, with a very thought-provoking and well-written ending that changes everything. Really top notch stuff!
Falls between the perfect line of comedy and uneasiness, and with a very wholesome message at the end. Very fun playthrough all throughout. Recommended to anyone with about 15-20 minutes to spare!
A honestly depressing and relatable game, and I do mean that in the best possible way. I really liked the different feelings of depressed reassignment and frustrated resentment, and it all felt natural and genuine. Wonderful work of art.
This was one of the games I wanted to try from the start of my Demo Disc video series, and it has not disappointed! I love the noir (heh) atmosphere surrounding the game, and the characters play off each other pretty in their interactions with one another. Worth the wait to play it! Gameplay starts at 8:04.
I was hoping to see more of this game, and was actually disappointed to learn that this is the full game! Not because I thought it was too short, but because I would have loved to see more of it! This might be the most overlooked game in the Demo Disc, featuring some well built up scares and a lot of confusion by the end of it. Gameplay starts at 0:26.
One of the games from the Demo Disc that I really want to see more of. Wonderful art style, an interesting plot so far, and has that very vague unsettling oppressiveness to it. My only wish was that I myself could have played more of it! Gameplay starts at 7:36.
As I said in my own video, this game gives off the same feeling when I watch older surreal horror shorts like those made by David Firth. Which is certainly a compliment. Devilishly unsettling! Game starts at 0:30.
Surprisingly fun, actually. While I would have liked to see more of it of course, this game hits a certain atmosphere. This and Snowy Castle felt like fun little breaks between the other more horror-focused games, and I like that!
Gameplay starts at 5:05.
Nope, nothing scary here. Nothing tried to scare me whatsoever. Real talk though, it was a fun game to play through. It was a short and fun game, I like how it starts almost comedic before starting to reveal why it the same body kept showing up. Interesting game, would almost like to see this expanded on!
A very unique game on the Demo Disc, which is certainly not a bad thing either. The last thing I expected from the bundle was a game with commentary about social classes, and yet this game also didn't disappoint on that angle either. Look forward to seeing more, gameplay starts around 11:37.
For a proof of concept, I can say quite readily that I am sold on it. Genuinely fun oldschool-style FPS, and I can't wait to see what future updates have in store! Gameplay starts around 0:24.
One of my personal favorites of the Demo Disc, this game has a masterfully-executed build up and a very trippy and insane payoff. I really can't wait to see more of this game! Third and last game in the video.
Played the demo as part of my Demo Disc Let's Play series (this game starts at 11:55), I love the visual style and the story makes one attached to the depressed main character. I hope everything will turn out well for Sam.
After playing 5 out of the 17 games (as of writing)
and having playtested Effigy before, I can safely say that this has been a good time sink and would recommend it to anyone looking to get their horror fix. Here's part one of my video series.
A lot more abstract and psychological than the previous game. Feels like a very disturbing journey of the mind, and that is no means a complaint. It's interesting to play a game that feels more grandiose, until the body horror kicks in of course.
When looking through others videos, it was a bit disappointing to see that myself. I found the form to be the most interesting part of this experience. It kept me wondering more about others' playthroughs.