Friday, February 28, 2014

Patient Screech - SCP: Containment Breach Review

   (version 0.9.3)

   SCP: Containment Breach is a  free, indie, horror-exploration game developed by a small team of people led by Joonas Rikkonen. It's based on a website called SCP Foundation, a collection of thousands of fictional stories about paranormal objects and organisms. You should check it out if you have a few days to spend locked to a computer monitor.

Your full dossier.
   You play the part of a lucky death-row inmate that has been transferred to the SCP facility. Your classification number is D-9341 and you are promised freedom if you cooperate during your stay. You are led into a test room by a few guards to take place in an experiment with SCP-173, a strange concrete statue that only moves when no one is looking at it. The door to the testing area won't close, the lights flicker off, and SCP-173 kills everyone in the room except you. You lucky devil. You are now free to move about the facility, collecting keycards and evading death as you interact with different SCPs and attempt to escape the facility.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Branching Out - Minipost

   I am very aware of the "blogfade" that's been going on around here, so I'm going to branch out into a couple other areas. I will still be doing MMOs, but I'm planning to start also doing free single-player games. Not random flash games I found off Newgrounds, but cool projects you might not of heard of before. The format of the reviews won't change, so don't worry. The show must go on.

   On a side note, I want to do videos. However, if I made the entire video myself I don't think it would turn out very good. If someone can help me, even if it's only through advice, I would be very grateful!