Minor gameplay improvements and bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Story. Rage. Story.
How much you like this game is dependent on who you are. If you love insanely challenging levels and awesome story, I recommend this game. I wish there was a death counter since I probably died over 1000 times. Then again I’m a guy that literally took 6 years to beat Chemical Plant Stage 2 in Sonic 2. I think the story is a good payoff for this difficultly. Although it’s not long, I found myself intrigued by the concepts in the story and the characters. I have to point out that playing on a touchscreen is THE WORST. My fingers tend to slowly drift of the buttons and I end up dying with the next checkpoint right out of reach. Also, I highly recommend the ad removal purchase. It’s more rage inducing to hear the same cheesy local gym ad 200 times then to die and instantly spawn. In terms of horror... eh. This game isn’t really scary, since it’s primarily a platformer. I’ve been more scared by FNaF, which is rather low in my book of horrific things. I will say that the whole plot, while short, is well written in my opinion. The game is really small in terms of storage required, and it’s free so I definitely think you should try it. Just remember that some sections need such precision that they are literally only done by me like 2% of tries. Oh yeah, just gonna say this game is pretty self aware, as it says in its description.
A Good Gaming Experience
I’ll be honest, I totally forgot that I pre-ordered this game but I’m glad it popped into my iPad when it did. From the game icon alone, I knew I was going into a game with a few jump scares but then I started playing and got threw off right at the start thinking this was a simple run and jump platformer. That’s until I made it to the end of level one and found that this game has an actual story.
From this point, things started to get weirder and grimmer. At this point, I started felt myself getting nervous because I can’t take games with jump scares but I try them to try and get over my fear. The levels started to get harder and later, the puzzles started to kick in. Things start to get much weirder but scary after level 2. By then, I really felt like I should stop playing cause my heart couldn’t take getting scared but curiosity kicks in and the game compels you to move on to see where this all ends.
From start to finish, the game is a enjoyable ride with a unexpected twist in stored for the player which I won’t spoil. From the level design to the music, everything is a memorable little experience that is worth the price tag for the locked three levels. If you have $1 to blow, I recommend you get this game.
Passed My Expectation
To be completely honest I really thought the game was going to be extremely concise with most of its story. The game surprisingly had a good pace of progression, keeping me interested in the level design and the compelling story. I’ve also developed an aquatinted feeling towards Yanna and the Developer, making the experience something worth while. Some parts really got me at first but somehow this game taught me patience is key. I highly recommend anyone reading this to play the game, it has simple controls, a compelling story, and some spook! (A little something for the developer... I was so interested with the game I decided to check out your other games, I’m yet to play it but I’ve noticed there weren’t many reviews. I’m so glad to see this game was completely successful. I felt as if some of the story being told in the game was also reflecting off of what’s happening in real life. Such as your dreams probably being crushed because of some game breaking bug. I’d probs have to check on your other games to be sure but I’m glad this is very successful! Keep making games and thank you for this experience.)
- Darius Immanuel Guerrero
- 74.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2018 Darius Immanuel D. Guerrero
- In-App Purchases
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.