Thursday, November 7, 2013

Horror Tip: All Alone

Going to begin of a new, hopefully, weekly function on the weblog named "Horror Tip". This will be suggestions of lesser recognized games, books, movies, and so on with some kind of relation to horror. Hopefully it will give you all some entertainment suggestions! Very first out will be a tiny game called "All Alone".

Name: All Alone
Sort: Game (Interactive Fiction)
Hyperlink: Info and download
All Alone is a brief perform of Interactive Fiction taking place in an apartment a rainy night. It is extremely atmospheric and I feel it gives a excellent hint on what is feasible with pure text in a game. Make certain that you play this game in a dark space and possibly with some spooky ambient track in the background.

If you are new to Interactive Fiction (IF) then a guide can be found right here. Generally IF games are text adventures and you type the actions you want to do. This gives a really particular really feel for the game and offers lots of options for the player in what actions can be carried out. It can also lead to annoying "guess the word" kind of puzzles, but very good IF games hold this to a minimum.

To play IF games, one particular practically usually want an interpreter, which is a plan that runs the game file. All Alone needs TADS 2, which can be downloaded right here.

Hopefully this will get some individuals interested in IF and if you located this a great tip, then I will continue to give guidelines of much more great horror IF games. We are also interested in hearing what you feel of this new function!

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