Life is an endless cycle of loops with only one way out.
You are 12 years old and after some events, your father and uncle have left you in your new apartment. One day you wake up and nobody is home. Play as Julian an unexpecting 12 year old who discovers what happend to his family. You try to exit your Apartment only to find yourself waking up back in your room. However, nothing is the same, some rooms are opened, furniture is moved, there is somebody else with you.
Find out what happened to you, your family and discover who is with you or within you.
Featuring narration from Julian's perspective. Get inside the mind of a 12 year old and see the world the way he does.
Experience a frightening atmosphere game
The realistic audio, graphics, and atmosphere of the game lets you experience the game as if you were there. The experience will change you forever.
Open the door, behind it is where the true horrors lie
Unfortunately this game isn't scary at all, so that really detracts from its purpose. You walk through the same hallway over and over, with slight changes each time, like a new door open, etc. You collect news articles to progress to the next part and repeat. The ending is predictable and the game just isn't very fun. Not recommended.
Apartment 666 is another entry in the popular genre of indie first person horror titles, this one being available at a more budget price than most. You play as a young boy who wakes up and finds himself stuck in a house, waking back up in his room after opening certain doors and finding that things have changed slightly each time he wakes up. The voice acting is very poor, not only sounding better and reading lines awkwardly but reading them in a disinterested way. There isn't much in the way of horror elements and the voice acting almost makes it an unintentional comedy. The game will only take about 20 minutes to complete and due to the design of the game you will be walking around a very dull environment that repeats often. Even with the low price this is a game you should probably pass up for something better.
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