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Made for the Haunted PS1 Wretched Weekend jam.

WASD - Move

Left Click - Interact/Action

Right Click - Aim (when a tool is equipped)

1/2 - Switch tool

ALT+ENTER - Fullscreen toggle



Made with Game Maker Studio 2

Special thanks:
freesound.org
Leira for being a beauty
Jak for making that cool round ceiling lamp
Patience for those two eyeish paintings
GMI for the support


Since I managed to complete the game with seven minutes left from the deadline, rest assured: the game is pretty short & bugs will occur! Stay strong and let me know if you like it :)

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Quiet Manor [v1.0.1] 8 MB
Quiet Manor [jam version] 8 MB

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Um excuse me, i have  a problem, after i enter the manor my protagonist became very slow, his speed, he walking like a damn snail, how to fix it?

YOU SIR HAVE MADE AN AWESOME GAME! LOVED IT!

I love the overall look of the game. The silence was also extreme creepy (unironically) and definitely added to the overall scare factor. Only critique I have is that the build up took a little too long, which might be my own fault. Love the game otherwise ! Awesome job for a 2 day game jam.

Cool little game :) 

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About 10 minutes into the game I really didnt know what I was doing, but I knew the game was real in the very beginning when I was able to pickup a knife and then I saw the alien-esque photos on the wall. The game got me good. I love the PS1 like graphics. All I will say is, this game really needs a pause menu 

LOVED the slience and how scary it was without manipulation through music. and the monster design - 3rd game in video, timecode 5:15

Hi, I'm currently making a series where I play through every game submitted to the Wretched Weekend Jam, and yours was the 23rd game I played!

I loved the visuals in the game, has that game maker look that i love from games like i'm scared or something by airdorf. 

It had a bit of a Resident Evil vibe about it (as it would exploring a creepy building), but the way the building was laid out made exploring it a pleasure! I'd really like to see a more fleshed out version of this, or taking the idea somewhere bigger. Really, really great work!

Here's the video for those interested (time stamps in description):

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I did appreciate a lot. So I did make a second attempting. Hey, I wonder, - If I come back, the other doors could reveals another stuffs inside them; couldn't?

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I did make a couple videos, I tried first one hide myself and second one(coming soon) face the giant... Great game like others yours, Zanotti:

I loved the visuals. The use of solid colors and the color palette reminded me of the original Alone in the Dark game (in a good way, of course).  The monster was effectively creepy, and I liked how you subverted my expectation of the space by having me navigate through doors through a fade and a teleport, then having that turned on its head when the monster showed up. Great job!

here's my gameplay

Dude your pixelated horror games are great! Keep making horror games

Thank you, kindly <3 I will!

Is the game finished and no more updates needed?

Being a jam entry, I won't get back on this specific build.

However, I'm thinking about expanding this short prototype!

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Felt like I was missing some potential endings, but I have no idea if I missed anything, got '2' endings. Feels like there could be 3 or 4 in a game like this, short but good - as expected from you.

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As I've already said on YouTube, thanks a lot for playing it this much

How many endings are there, by chance, 2, or more?

How do you make it full screen? Very excited to play!

Hey there!

To toggle fullscreen, just press ALT+ENTER

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This manor sure is quiet tho

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*shush*

this game is very strange but i liked it very much . keep up the good work.

I will!

Thanks a lot, really :)

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This game was wonderful. I can't believe it was made using GM:S2. I loved this. Thank you!

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Thanks a lot, John! I'm really glad you liked it even if it's pretty rushed and broken...