The October night back in 1991 was dark without a trace of moonlight and it was raining. Your car refused to go on and so you decide to walk to the nearest town. Before you get there, you run across a mansion with brightly lit windows shining like beacons - brilliant! The inhabitants surely have a phone!
This Friday we've got an excellent atmospheric horror by Julien Bartholini (CREATION 10542) - enjoy!
Thinking later about the decision to visit the mansion you came to conclusion that it might had been better to stay in your car overnight. There is something sinister going on there and when you start to realize that it's too late. The entrance door miraculously got bricked up and you stay stuck inside. Maybe there is a back door or someone who would explain...but a systematic exploration of the house doesn't go well, you hear weird disturbing sounds and start to feel dizzy soon, and on top of that you are obviously not alone and those who are there with you won't show up - are they afraid or trying to scare you?
Julien Bartholini's horror perfectly creates dark and heavy atmosphere right from the beginning and to reach the end is hard. The labyrinth of badly lit corridors and dusty rooms feels confusing and you are under permanent threat of being attacked. Can you investigate what is really going on there?
The game is controlled by a mouse and has two endings - the second is off-topic and reachable after finishing game and starting over again. Notice, that the game doesn't have an inventory. Picked up items will be automatically used when clicking the correct area. Two language options (English/French). No save.