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A survival horror, first person aventurer. You awake on a nightmare looking for your sister, in a sinister place. She asked you help. But you both were so distant... Could be possible she is on that place? First completed game done on Unreal Engine 4. Lots of stuff still experimental, so are the arts (mostly from Marketplace, Silent Hill and some done by myself) Inspired on Silent Hill and P.T. Also, you can play with Oculus Rift. Just connect it, and run the game... and that's it!

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  • saifvampe saifvampe

    i wish you all the luck on developing the game ... can't wait for the next update .

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    • Naitguolf Naitguolf Creator

      Thank you! Working hard as hell to have a next release to be very proud of it, and hopefully all of you will enjoy!

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  • #8Guest Guest

    Hi

    Want to play the game, but need to play on lower resolution and graphics. My problem is that the game is too slow and lagging at the current state, that nothing happens when clicking the "options"-button in the menu. Is there a possibilty to set down resolution and graphics manually (somewhere in the config folder maybe?), so i don't need to do that in-game?

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    • Naitguolf Naitguolf Creator

      Hi. How unfortunate. Well I hope this can help to you. If you access to console (tilde key, the key to left of 1) You can change the GFX values:

      From official UE:
      Docs.unrealengine.com

      r.PostProcessAAQuality 0
      r.ScreenPercentage 50
      sg.ShadowQuality 0
      sg.TextureQuality 0
      sg.EffectsQuality 0

      Adjusting the Anti-Aliasing quality level using the r.PostProcessAAQuality console command will adjust the quality of which ever Anti-Aliasing method you are using (FXAA or Temporal AA). For either Anti-Aliasing method, a value of 0 used with r.PostProcessAAQuality will disable the effect. For FXAA, the effect of values 2, 4, and 6, can be seen in the above image; the smoothing of jagged edges becomes better and better. Values above 6 have no effect. For Temporal AA, there is a trade off between fill speed of the effect and quality, the higher the value you use. r.PostProcessAAQuality 2 with Temporal AA is fast to settle but jitter caused by the effect will be more pronounced. r.PostProcessAAQuality 4 will settle slower but will not jitter.

      Please let me know if that helps.

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  • Nord_1993 Nord_1993

    Hi, is there 4k support? Looks very unlike photos in 1920x1080

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    • Naitguolf Naitguolf Creator

      Hi. Its too soon to reply this. For PC is probably possible.

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  • #6Guest Guest

    excuse me but whenever i try to play it insists that i install Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 run time but whenever i try to install it it just fails......what should i do?

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    • Naitguolf Naitguolf Creator

      Hi! Did you try to install the redist that is actually included on the .rar file? Please try the one on folder: Engine\Extras\Redist

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  • Naitguolf Naitguolf Creator

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