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A one-of-a-kind horror shocker – a game aware of your fear!

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A one-of-a-kind horror shocker – a game aware of your fear!

An old abandoned mansion lies at the dead end of Pineview Drive. A troubled man is standing at its gates, looking over the property. 20 years ago he had visited this estate with his wife Linda. During their stay his beloved vanished without a trace – her mysterious disappearance unresolved.

For 20 years no clues, for 20 years no peace, for 20 years this house on Pineview Drive has not relinquished its tormenting grip on him. Now, he returns in hopes of coming to terms with his nightmarish past.

The ominous legends haunting this seaside lodge have become renown. The stories abound that no one has been able to endure more than 30 days within the mansion since Linda’s disappearance. Facing a force greater than you ever imagined, you must cross the threshold and confront the evil that envelops this cryptic cottage. To solve the mystery of Linda’s disappearance and lift the veil on this troubling history, there is no time to spare.


Key Features:

The game watches your every move and reaction - you will need steady nerves if you want to survive the game unscathed. In this extraordinary gaming experience, any trace of fear comes at a price – your life. Get ready for a ground-breaking spine-chiller.

  • 30 in-game days: Each one allows you to delve further into the secrets of the house on Pineview Drive

  • Every move and reaction is being watched: Do not get yourself worked up or you will lose precious health

  • Premium sound scenery and effects: Every tone will run your blood cold

  • Breathtaking horror atmosphere: Face your deepest fears within the house

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Publisher:
United Independent Entertainment GmbH
Developer:
VIS - Visual Imagination Software
Genres:
Action, Adventure
Source:
United Independent Entertainment GmbH
Released:
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Headset:
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows® Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo / AMD® Athlon™ X2, min. 2.8 GHZ
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia® / AMD® with 512 MB memory
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® 10 compatible
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows® Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Quad / AMD® Phenom™ X4, min. 3,4 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia® / AMD® with 1024 MB memory
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® 10 compatible
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82
i play it

This game is very entertaining for those who like horror stories, is to play it and each time you pass "Level" is like going from day ie Day 1 climb to Day 2 is fantastic because its graphics are incredible and his story is a bit complex because all horror games are almost the same, but this is something that sets it apart from all, gives pause to the person who plays it up to more and not have to spend much time but end really your success.

69
Just completed it

Just finished it, and i still don't know the full story. The only puzzle element is, figuring out what the clues which end each day relate to. Some are actual clues, some are just troll's but if you end up not knowing or being able to figure out the clue, the game then after a while tells you a more pin point clue/area to visit. There isnt much scare, but some of the scares are pretty good scares. The clown is horrible, especially if sound is on fairly high and playing at night. If you wasn't scared of clowns before, well you won't like them much once you're done with this game like me. In the early days upto prob 25, you will find yourself opening and closing doors so so much, and trying to find keys. But once past that its semi ok, just extremely boring and tedious. Day 30 is the longest day, and its fairly simple in terms of end puzzle. All in all, its a good like time killer of maybe 8 hours etc I'm not sure it warrants 14.99 though sadly.

79
Pretty Good Horror Game

Pineview Drive is a fine horror game, with good graphics and sound quality. Pineview Drive is a horror survival game, in which you had to survive to 30 in-game days, and believe me its not an easy task. Its a quite tough game. You would be forced to explore house in total darkness, it would be wise if you find a flashlight. This game contains some bugs, but still its a fine game!

50
Some things you NEED to know first

Alright to start off this game is made by UIG who are the guys who make all the simulator games "farm simulator, truck simulator.. etc" and i believe this is their first non-simulator game. --There is no jumping, crouching, climbing onto ledges, crawling under beds. Just the ability to press E to pick up batteries and open doors. --There are no enemies, ghosts, monsters, beasts, people, or ANYTHING real for that matter. Just spooky sounds and flickering lights. --There are no puzzles or events that require thinking, just a search for keys. --You do NOT get to play during the daytime. (see below) You find a letter in each room and that triggers a black screen to say "day 2" in which starts the next day at dawn which rapidly shows the sun going down, so you only have about 25-30 seconds to see the game in daylight. So you are always playing at night time. So don't be fooled by the nice screenshots, you will never be able to enjoy the day time. There is no real day or night time cycle or any time limit for that matter. It is permanently night until you find the trigger that begins the next day. The entire game is roughly the size of one counterstrike map. The framerate is awful, i get 28fps on a radeon 7970 overclocked. Others complain about the fps as well. So many developers use "horror" games as a free pass to just make a map and add nothing else.

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