Nice Halloween update and I'm looking forward to what December has in store!
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This is a very intriguing start! I like how you're not afraid to take chances with the dialogue and storytelling. The shocking language and subject matter really helps to push the boundaries here. Great job.
Excellent work here! While I enjoyed the first one, it's nice to see that you've really expanded upon the lore with this sequel. Looking forward to The Vile Diary. I made a video where I narrated the story with my own interpretation.
Nice game. The story may have been a little too cryptic though-- I wish I understood more about what was happening. There were a couple of jump scares that actually got me. Good job on the atmosphere too!
This looks amazing! You've really captured the old-school vibe. PLEASE keep going with this and add more enemies/more action. Love the VO too! It's obvious you put in a lot of hard work. Excellent job!
Excellent start to what I'm sure will be a fantastic story! Your art perfectly compliments what's going on text-wise. Love the contrast between the painterly backgrounds versus the foreground "anime"-style, too. Great job and I can't wait to see more!
Gave it a try. I don't mind the old-school aesthetic-- in fact I love that sort of thing, but there were a few problems I ran into:
How to pick up new weapons? I'd see them but no button seemed to work.
Having to reach across the keyboard to press Enter to open doors was inconvenient.
The enemies are bullet sponges, taking way too many bullets to kill. And ammo is pretty sparse. I ran out and it respawned me with no ammo leading to a loop of meat grinding death. Is there no melee mechanic?
I appreciate the ideas behind the game. Retro military shooters and old war history are something I find fascinating. And who doesn't like shooting Nazis? I love how you have so many of these types of games on your itch page-- lots to choose from. Keep improving and you'll really have something here.
This was an AMAZING game! I love all the nods to the obvious influences: Lovecraft, Silent Hill, Resident Evil, etc. It was so much fun trying to figure out what to do next without being frustrating. I beat the game if anyone is stuck here's my walkthrough:
I really dig this game! Reminds me a little of FAITH-- and that's a compliment! So glad you came up with this. I made a video if anyone's interested in seeing some gameplay. I highly recommend you guys try this out!
Nice little game! Very cool style. I found a typo: at one point the word "group" is misspelled as "gorup."
If the game had a proper good ending, it might give the player more closure, like they've accomplished something at the end. Just my opinion. But great job nonetheless!