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Lost In The Nightmare Demo - Horror/Adventure

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Hello, I'm working on a horror adventure game named Lost In The Nightmare and released its demo yesterday. Pre-rendered 3D backgrounds taken from the Half-Life engine are used in Lost In The Nightmare. I'm preparing the HL maps with Valve Hammer Editor by myself and using modified versions of the textures and models of the mods like They Hunger, Medieval World. The main character is Burak Guney, a private dedective who used to work for the police (he is a bit depressive character). You are hired to find three university students who got lost in a forest near the Karabalta Town while camping. They have been lost for 3 months and the police couldn't find any clue what happened to them. You'll stay in Karatas Hotel during your investigate (The story will be supported by the cutscenes with cinematical camera pitches). The game also includes nightmare levels where you play the alternative dark conditions of the real places like Silent Hill series. For example, you will play the hotel level when it's dark and the walls are rusted (the demo's puzzles won't be too hard as the demo takes place in the 2nd level of Lost In The Nightmare). The nightmare levels give me the oppurtinity of using all kinds of fantastic environtments and events. I was assisted about the scenario by OlcaytoCarlos and LazyZ. Check http://www.bigbluecup.com/yabb/index.php?topic=17905.0 for screenshots. Here's the demo: ]http://www.bigbluecup.com/games.php?action=detail&id=473 Yes, waiting for your comments... (By the way, could somebody tell me how to show screenshots in this forums? [img] code didn't run.)

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