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Very well done! Really enjoyed what you did, very spooky, great artwork. 10/10! 


Thanks! We loved your screams! :)


Overall I liked the design of it, the monsters and set looking like props out of The Thing, the smallish area so getting lost is not an issue, and the sound design was very nice. I could see the idea being fleshed out more and being made into a full game, but for a survey testing various types of scares it was pretty decent for what it promised. I filled your survey out, and I'm still hoping to find out what happened to our arms.

We're big fans for The Thing. One day you might find out what happened to your arms. Thanks for the feedback.


Hi there, I just recently played through The ER and I’d like to share some of my thoughts on it here in the form of a mini review. I’ll be going over a few things I liked, some things I didn’t and any bugs I might have found while playing.

I’ll begin with what I liked. The game’s sound design immediately stands out to me, there’s an ample amount of bass to it and it gives off the sense that something’s looming around any given corner. The atmosphere is also set up quite well, the environments are tight and compact, blood covered, and overall creepy, the sound design and atmosphere also go hand in hand with the use of subtle effects to get the player’s heart racing. Sound and atmosphere are critical to a horror game, and I’m happy to say that this game knocks both out of the park.

There’s only one thing I can say that I didn’t quite like and that was the lack of an overarching story-line, something to glue the horror set pieces together and give the player a reason for being at this hospital. Given how the game plays out, I would only consider this to be a minor gripe, but it’s still something I would have liked to see.

I’m happy to report that I didn’t run into any bugs throughout my time with the game.

At the end of the day, this is a good horror game. The atmosphere is tense, and is made even better by the excellent sound design. The game looks decent enough and runs well, but could benefit from some form of plot-line.

Oh, I also took part in your survey.

Cheers and best wishes,


Thanks for all the feedback!!! We have an idea for a real story for the game, but we were not really supposed to work more on this project. But it has been fun, and we have got a lot of good feedback that have given us many new ideas, so we are considering it now. Thanks again.





I liked the use of sound in this. Somehow I don't think there's real escape in this. :)


There is never any real escape... Thanks for playing and the feedback!

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