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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 990d ago | article

Kickstarter Picks: The Last Door

GameZebo: A horror game that’s actually scary is a beautiful thing. More often than not it requires every component—eerie music, unpredictable events, solid writing etc.— working in tandem to cultivate the desired creepy atmosphere. But as we’ve learned over the years, realistic graphics are far from a necessity. Just take a look at Nanashi no Game and Home: both feature simple pixel art and are still incredibly frightening. The Last Door, a point-and-click adventure game playable via browser, is looking to follow this same humble path, offering up as many scares as it does pixels. (Kickstarter, PC)

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