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Last Hills - Official Alpha Gamplay Trailer (Horror Game)

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S.Korea Indie Game

This video is a real alpha gameplay video.

LAST HILLS is a work that I am developing with being inspired by horror movies, especially, Conjuring, and Evil Dead.

LAST HILLS will be a game where you can enjoy high quality, real, and fear in mood that you are in the game. LAST HILLS will become a more realistic horror game through VR.

Thank you!

If you want to know more about Last Hills follow us on

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Lasthills/

Twitter : https://twitter.com/LastHillsGame

Official website : https://www.lasthillsgame.com/

 

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