This game is awesome! I'm looking very much forward to the steam release!
All Haze Eve
A downloadable game for Windows and Linux
A 3D adventure game where your initial abilities are to knock, ask, trick and take.
You're following a mysterious Halloween invitation into the monster-filled night.
Use your abilities to get other abilities to get the final item - a treat.
What could possibly go wrong?
() Mysterious atmosphere and story
() Slow-paced and occasionally spooky
() About 1 hour of playtime on a spoiler-free first run
() All assets and game engine custom made
Accessibility Features and Anti-Features
(+/-) All dialog text-only
(+) All sound effects dispensable
(+) No color differentiation required
(+) Mostly high contrast text
(-) Mostly low contrast scenery
(+) No time limits to read on-screen text
(+) No time limits to complete in-game tasks
(+) In-game tutorial
(+) Simple menu
(-) No alternative difficulty levels
(+) Controller support for game and menus
(+) Remappable controller buttons and analog sticks
(+/-) Low default analog stick sensitivity but not customizable
(-) No remappable keyboard keys
(-) Latest version with mouse support only on Steam(R)
|Release date||Oct 01, 2016|
|Made with||Blender, GIMP, SDL, Audacity, LMMS|
|Tags||Black and White, Controller, First-Person, Ghosts, Grayscale, Halloween, Monsters, Short, slow-paced, Spooky|
|Average session||About an hour|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Gamepad (any)|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, Subtitles, Configurable controls, Interactive tutorial|
|Links||Steam, Homepage, Twitter, Steam|
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Really cool game!
At least you are up front about the negatives in the game.
Some items: I'm seeing serious tearing. Not sure why, but regardless, maybe an option to turn on vsync would be nice.
Also, some of us (me, anyways), really like to invert our Y-axis on the look controls. (mouselook would be nice, too).
Otherwise it's very cool visually and atmospherically.