The game is telling the story of Andrew Winter, an alcoholic living in a small cabin near the woods. He keeps having nightmares about an abandoned place that seems familiar to him. You have to reveal the dark secrets that are hiding in the abandoned mansion on top of the hill in Blackdust Field.Read full description
The game is telling the story of Andrew Winter, an alcoholic living in a small cabin near the woods. He keeps having nightmares about an abandoned place that seems familiar to him. You have to reveal the dark secrets that are hiding in the abandoned mansion on top of the hill in Blackdust Field.
Are you able to find out the truth hiding in the deepest insides of the house?
"Wooden Floor 2 - Resurrection" is the sequel to Wooden Floor, telling the other side of the story and completing the puzzle.
Features of Wooden Floor 2:
Different playthroughs as the game changes upon choices you make, your behaviour and at certain points randomly
More interaction with the world
Secret riddles in game that may open up new possibilities for you (if you are able to reveal them)
Improved story telling in comparison to Wooden Floor
Big improvements to graphics and gameplay!
OS: Windows XP
Processor: Dual Core (~3,2 Ghz)
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Geforce 240GT
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 2 GB available space
OS: Windows 7
Processor: Core i5 (~3,2 Ghz)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Geforce GTX760
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 4 GB available space
Wooden Floor 2 Resurrection is a sequel of the first game and plays in mostly the same way, it is a first person game that has you exploring an area and completing a few puzzles. You get more of an inventory this time, being able to use a lantern, crowbar, and keys. The game maintains the atmospheric sound quality of the original Wooden Floor but the music can now be loud and somewhat out of place at times. You start outside of the house that you spent most of the last game in and explore a little more of the outside later on but those areas are pretty dull and lack what made the first game interesting. The game itself is less interesting the first with a house that doesn't have rooms as interesting as the original and mostly forgets the mechanic of the first by not changing the rooms, it has simple dull puzzles, odd controls to perform certain actions and they don't always register properly, and it frequently ruins its own atmosphere by showing odd text promotes or messages like "please wait" when it needs to load something. Like the original, the game is also short. The first one is worth a look but this one if a much less interesting game overall.
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