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Midnight Cemetery [WIP] - Feedbacks! - FirsPersonTerrorInventoryAdventure

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This is my personal project i am creating to learn Unity5 and develop some scripts and mechanics for future games.


I really would appreciate some feedback's about any thing that pops to your minds, even if they sound cruel, because i want to make it right for people to enjoy it in the future.


When we are creating our own game, usually we get blind to some things, and thats what i need to clarify to myself!!!

I need to know specially if the controls are too complicated to understand, if the game is too heavy, if the visuals are too noob, anything that can help me make it better.



Downloads Available:


Windows: MidnightCemetery1.3_win

Linux: MidnightCemetery1.3_linux



YouTube Video: 








Background Story:


Three teenagers dared themselves to spent a dark and rainy night over an Ancient Abandoned Cemetery.
Something terrible happened and they managed to get back home immediately... least your little brother.


The teenagers are too terrified to help you, they just keep saying that soon will be Midnight and your brother will be Dead...

Your goal is to enter the Cemetery alone to find/Rescue your brother...
And find out what happened, if you can...



Some Screen Shots:






















At the moment you can walk all over the Cemetery and interact with some objects, lock and unlock doors, eat some crazy mushrooms, enter in a test DialogSystem, use and combine items inside inventory and some other little things.... There is not yet a full puzzle sequence to unfold and go through.... Soon!!!

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