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Game Information

Available on:PCOct 30, 2018

Developer: Loveridge Designs

Genres: Horror, Survival

Fear, combat, exploration, and item management: these are the four staples of any survival horror game, The One We Found captures this genre and redefines it into an immersive experience. Feel terrified as you immerse yourself in the world of whisperwood mental institution, Made with the Unity Engine this game is sure not to disappoint. The One We Found is a First person Survival Horror experience in which the player takes on the role of James Ledgewick a psychotherapist in Whisperwood mental institution. Recently a un-earthed cave network has not only revealed dark secrets but a terrible evil with it.You must uncover the secrets that Whisperwood now holds. Will you find it before it finds you? Key Features -Story You are James Ledgewick a psychotherapist in whisperwood mental institution.Recently a un-earthed cave network has not only revealed dark secrets but a terrible evil with it.You must uncover the secrets that whisperwood now holds. -Survival "Survival of the fittest","Kill or be killed".You must fight for survival against the onslaught of ex-patients.There is only one goal in this game-mode and that is survival.

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Reviews

I wanted to enjoy this game, I honestly did. However, The One We Found suffers from a case of "no polish." There's a lot of good ideas and gameplay in theory, but the practical aspect falls short of expectations. If this had received some more time to fix the overall buggy experience and improve upon some of the clunky control aspects and elements, I feel this review would be in a much different tone entirely.

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Unless you’re dying for a scary fix which highlights how much one person can do in terms of development, I would probably steer clear of Whisperwood mental institution and the frustrations found within

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