Playable in VR (Oculus Rift) and non-VR
StoryA missing teenager. An abandoned hospital. You are a detective who has to find out what happened to Helena Greenwood.
If you don't go insane while doing so...
"Wow that was impressive! The atmosphere was there and the plot was very interesting and clever." -DoomerJack
"This is really fun to play! I like the game that has this kind of atmosphere! Nice!" - Buirry "I really enjoyed playing this game especially the fact that there was barely any use of jumpscares in this game, Liked how the only way you could hide was by using the dark, I got really anxious whenever I heard his heavy breathing around me and the story was pretty good. Overall it's a great game and a solid 8.5/10." - rodteabaggins
As with every creation in the universe, there has to be a humble beginning for everything and VR technology was no exception. Although it’s hard to pinpoint the father of this amazing technology, history suggests that it could have been the innovation of not one but five key individuals. First, Morton Heilig for giving users the very first interactive film experience which can be take the credit as the beginning of 3D content. Then, there’s Jaron Lanier, the first person to credit the term “Virtual Reality”; Douglas Engelbart, who invented the computer mouse and laid the foundation for the modern user interface; Ivan Sutherland, inventor of the first head mounted display (HMD); and Myron Krueger, a computer graphics and audio wiz.
"This was so damn stressful to play, and I mean that in a good way. This game packs on the tension by giving you the feeling of helplessness using pitch dark. Fantastic game." - Adrionic