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The Lord confused the language of the whole world out of spite. 

The people were scattered over the face of the earth. 

All for building a tower into the heavens to ask him why. 

The people were separated. Mothers torn from daughters, fathers from sons, because they had dared to dream, because they had dared to think themselves worthy to approach the Lord.

They had been cast down from the tower, from the Lord’s grace, as one had been before. 

He had been flaming as he fell. They rushed to their windows to watch the orange speck approach the horizon. The wind pushed back their hair upon his impact. 

They grabbed their tools, wordlessly approaching the nameless heat. 

What they found was a crater. A great huge thing, half a mile wide. And the creature was gone. 

They no longer needed words. They all had one thought as they began to dig. 

If the Lord will not listen to us, maybe the Devil will.

Controls

Action
Mouse & keyboard Controller
Move WASD Left stick
Look Mouse Right stick
Sprint Shift Left trigger
Crouch Control Right button
Interact Left mouse Right bumper
Throw Right mouse Left bumper
Jump Space Bottom button
Flashlight F Left button
Pause Escape Start

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made a finale :D. Very nice game.

Loved the story, still a mystery who's making them mad + I don't know if its intended maybe I found a bug?

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Made a finale


Hi I am unable to play this game even though I want to. My Mac says it can't open it. The game wasn't even downloaded as a zip just an app with the game's icon. If you can help me out with this, that would be great. I would really love to play this game. 

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Very nice overall, but if you get hurt on the first enemy your screen will remain red-ish for the rest of the game.

Klingon empire approves this game and has upload 1 of 2 videos for my yearly Halloween themed yt videos collection anything scary! 

Made a video


So this is just a demo and I really wanted to find out who this "her" was

I'm not sure if I just missed something, but I ended up getting turned around and lost quite quickly in the mines early on, I thought it might be helpful to have some way to light the candles around the place as an easy way to keep track of where I had already been.

I absolutely loved the atmosphere and setting of this game.
May I also ask what the name of the music that played over the PA system was? I'd very much appreciate it!

Absolutely fantastic. I think what you're doing with the overarching theme of the game is great. It doesn't rely on jumpscares and the immense tension that builds up over such a short time is just fantastic. The atmosphere is immaculate, especially being someone who came from a region where coal mining was king. My only slight critique is that the log puzzle near the start was kind of annoying. Really hope you continue this project into a full game some time!

I really love the eerie atmosphere! The darkness with a touch of light makes it very scary. I would love to see this Demo adapted into a full game! With different mutations and interactions! New areas too maybe.

Anyways, I loved it! Was definitely scary and I hope to see more!

ngl your game was so scary it made me want to cry. i absolutely love it 

Hi.

What I like about this game is that it is very pixelated. Does anyone know how this was done?

How was it also done that when you click on the tiles a new window appears with the text in English?

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I really enjoyed this game a lot. It was quite long for a jam game (up to 2 hours for me). The writing is really well done, and the atmosphere is very abrasive and creepy. I had a good time exploring this weird world.

One bug report: If you are reading a note and you press Esc to see the pause menu, then press Resume (or Esc again), the mouse cursor is hidden and the note UI panel is stuck on screen. This forces the player to have to reload a save.

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Thanks for playing! Good spot with the bug, I'll get that one fixed :)

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Hi, I played your game for a 3 random horror games video and loved it!
Honestly, this is one of the most well put together and polished indie horror games I've stumbled across on this site, let alone one made for a jam. That is very, very impressive work.
I can see the Penubra influence in this game, and don't mind it at all because I'm a fan of that game too. The only 'negative' I would say, is that there is a lot of note reading, but that's a very minor complaint.
I would love to see this game expanded to a full release and would even happily pay for it.
Excellent work!

Here's my gameplay for those interested:

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This was one of the best horror experiences that I've played this year.

Thank you so much, I'm glad you enjoyed it :)

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Another gem from the Haunted PS1 Game Jam! It seems this jam just keeps on giving! Great atmosphere and story, the deafening silence creates one of the most tension filled and horrifying atmospheres I have ever encountered in vidio games! The leadup in the woods with the crackling trees and bushes, as well as the faint and distant roar of beasts, slowly setting the scary mood, combined with the absolute contrast of the silent mines, makes this game's audio an absolute masterpiece! Never before have I played a game with such great use of audio! And there is the story which is without a doubt above the avarge story telling, not just the story itself, but the way it is told and the way it is descovered by the player! I am counting on a continueation of this game, please do not let med down :D

The only thing I could add is that, when encountering the beasts, the fear is not explosive enough. Let them make some noise! Increase thier speed a little, but give us more room to see it comming, maybe add a little shaking of the camera or rumbeling as we hear it's massive feet clash with the ground! Other than that this was a perfect experience! Good job.

-BH

Great feedback! Thanks for playing :)

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Thanks for playing!

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I have a lot of high praise for this game, though, much of my feedback comes possibly in my Part 2 and 'Demo Finale' that'll come tomorrow, great work to the indie dev. Looking forward to the rest. Hope this gameplay pleases.

Thanks for playing! Really enjoyed your video, looking forward to the next part :)

My feedback I'd say is, I think you should add 'Monster closeness' filters, static or whatnot - as well as make it perhaps uglier/spookier. Having static/grainy effects as he gets closer, but to make it not so 'clear' visually, as well as 'Because radiation' would probably help increase tension.

Great feedback! Thank you for playing ;)

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And Part 2 of the demo 

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Great game the lower levels sound terrifying.

Thanks for playing! Really enjoyed watching your video, very well edited! :)

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Oh the Penumbra flashbacks, I really expected spiders to jump at me in the caves. I was really impressed by the scope of it and how long it was. Screeching sound of the monster gave me a headache. When I decided to give it a little break my game was saved right near the monster, so there is a bug to fix for sure. Huge compliments for nailing the physics system. 

Thanks for playing! Spot on with the Penumbra flashbacks, that was a huge inspiration for us :)

Great game. Stressed out a bit with the crates hahaha but don't change anything its awesome

Thanks for playing :)

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Very reminiscent of Penumbra: Overture. Was that a major influence? 

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Absolutely, 100%! Penumbra and Amnesia for gameplay, and Penumbra for environments. Good spot! :)

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Thank you so much for the game! Horror games rarely scare me, but this one's ambience was just SO GOOD I had to stop playing a few times. Seriously, the way sound was used in this game is perfect; the atmosphere, the graphics, the story... man, I loved them all! Great work, I hope that you guys do finish the game at some point


again, thank you!

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Thank you so much, we're really glad you enjoyed it :)

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hi, big thx for the game. i find a secret? greetings from rosti 😀

Thanks for playing! Looks like you found one ;)

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Cool game! 

Thanks for playing! :)

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It's hard to move the box

Thank you for playing! Sorry about the box :)

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Wow man, I fell in love with this game. This came really close to the perfrect horror game for me. The slow building up of tension, the great ambience, compeling story and excelent pacing. The only fault I can give is "the end". I seriously had so much fun. I wanted to turn the game off few times, but that was because I was scared. I was so engrosed in the story and the atmoshpere though that I couldn't do it. I had to see what was at the end.

Thank you

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Thank you for playing! We'll probably be making a full version of this, so follow me on itch.io and keep an eye out! :)

Not a bad game, but damn.. That's a lot of reading. I was wishing for some voice acting and scares halfway through. 

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Thanks for playing! :)

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For a demo it's a long one, loved the ambiance


Thank you for playing! I enjoyed watching your video :)

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I really hope you keep developing this game. I am super interested in where the story goes.

Here's my channel for other games I have played. http://www.youtube.com/c/Levont

Thank you for playing! Your video was great, I'm really glad you enjoyed the story. Don't worry as we certainly have more in store, we've planned out where we want the entire story to go - what's in this demo is maybe only about 30% of it!

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Played this as my 2 games one play and I looked the ambiance you built up it kept me on my toes all the way through, the heartbeating in one scene really hit me hard lol. It was really great to play

Thank you for playing! Really enjoyed your video :)

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Full Gameplay. Thanks Dev for this game.

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Thank you for playing! :)

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GOOD

Thanks for playing! :)

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Will play this after work. This looks awesome

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I love how that nuclear waste warning sign has become a bit of a topic in horror now.

I really love the graphic aesthetic!

Also, when I first realized you could move rocks/interact with things, I really liked that, and how intuitive they were to move. The crosshair changing to indicate what you could examine was a great touch.

It took me a really long time to find the middle wheel for the machine though, I wish there was more of a marking as to where to go.

I really like the story of greed and curiosity, as to what people would do if they were to see the nuclear waste warning signs.

Thanks for the feedback, and thanks for playing! :)

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