A fun little game. It has a good atmosphere.
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A solid little experience, this one! It's mainly a bit of a shame that the monsters are slightly too cartoony for their own good in a game wih an otherwise dark ending, but nonetheless I enjoyed myself. the piano noises in one room are especially great.
Thanks! Kinda tried to balance the game between seriousness and cartoony, glad you found it a solid experience overall though 😁👍
#2nd video, Was very confused probably should have read the papers for the story, My bad.
Had a lot of fun playing this game.
I recently played your game in a 3 random horror games video, and it was a lot of fun!
The game has a lot of scary moments, with creepy audio, jumpscares and surprises!
The volume was pretty loud too, so when you encounter an enemy, it makes it quite unsettling!
Here's my video for anyone interested (timestamps in the description):
Really awesome game! Kept giving us scares haha! Had a lot of fun playing it :)
I had a lot of fun with this one! one jumpscare in particular almost made me throw my chair backwards xd
How long have I been at the hotel, how much longer can I be here, Who's paying for this anyway... Oh I guess I am...
P.S. the clown got me a little. no shame lol :)
Luigis mansion has nothing on this game! I got the "true" ending, and I have no regurts. I enjoyed my experience (Good game)
Nice game! I enjoyed the nice little twist at the end and the monsters were very different from what I've seen before. A lot of horror games are very formulaic, but I the monsters felt random (in a good way) so I enjoyed how chaotic it was off it, check out the video down below if you feel like it!
Exactly the right balance between atmosphere, scares and story! So much fun! ☺️
Also, good luck with your project!
Good to know the balance was nailed, much appreciated! Hopefully my next project will be worth the wait 😁👍
Fun game! Nice art, sound design, and overall, the game was pretty solid. The style is pretty charming. Scares could be a little better though. Had a good time playing and recording it for a video. Who knew you could shoot ghosts with a gun? But then again, are they really ghosts (No spoils!)? Great stuff dev, looking forward for more projects!
Please check out the video (Game starts at 23:39) and my channel: VladMan.
Thanks man! Wanted to focus on other elements over than scares when making this game, will be sure to improve that aspect in future! Glad you had a good time playing overall, happy you liked the style too :D
No spoils you say after you literally spoiled it? Come on dude
The most attractive part of this game is the design, crayon monsters with ghastly figures running towards you with incomprehensible wailing to match but the rose-tinted glasses can only tint so hard. Ward-17 was a rather ingenious use of design to complement actual gameplay, you got a chance to clearly see the drawings on the wall before they tried to rip your throat out. In One Night Too Many, that isn’t really the case and the unique style that is normally utilized does little to add to the story. Most of One Night Too Many’s gameplay boils down to sprinting down an almost looping PT horror corridor, grabbing a key that is sometimes in a slightly different spot but always in the same room, and finally experiencing the twist that anyone could have seen from a mile away.
For the record, this isn’t a bad game, just a much more mediocre experience than the developer’s other titles. Maybe spending more time coming up with unique ways to leverage your style is the way to go. Rather than sticking to almost “tropey twist and turn storylines”.
Also “Multiple” endings aren’t something you should be advertising when the only difference is which side of the room you walk to before getting to the end text.
Final thoughts: A perfectly average experience that doesn’t really stand out, but you certainly have the potential to stand out and you should. I do not regret spending money on this game. More cynicism below.
I appreciate the Feedback, Totally understandable points, i will look to take some of the critiques on board, thanks for trying it out regardless, Glad you liked the style though, that is something i plan to continue with, cheers