Grimminghelm - A first person pixilated nightmare

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  1. Mooster Studios

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    Hey everyone! I'm excited to announce that I've just finished my first Unreal project. It's available now in early access on GameJolt and Itch.io. Links and description below :)

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    Gamejolt Page: https://gamejolt.com/games/grimminghelm/350370
    Itch.io Page: https://moosterstudios.itch.io/grimminghelm

    Grimminghelm is a first person low poly pixelated nightmare where you're trapped in a dark dungeon and evil lurks around every corner. Your only ally is your flashlight but can you break free and evade the demon that scours the halls?

    Gamemodes:
    Tip Toe- The tip toe game mode disables the ability to run and sets your walking speed to match the enemy's speed
    Lights Out- The lights out game mode removes all light actors in the game, leaving pitch black darkness and only your flashlight
    Double Threat- The double threat game mode spawns two enemies that will be constantly roaming the dungeon
    Nightmare Junction- The nightmare junction game mode combines all three game modes into a single game mode for the ultimate hellish experience.

    Endings:
    Different endings present different tasks which will provide a more unique experience each time around. Scavenge for keys, crack codes and solve riveting puzzles to escape in this one of a kind horror game.
     
    #1 Mooster Studios, Jul 1, 2018
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2018

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