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DreadOut is a third person supernatural horror game where you play as Linda, a high school student trapped in an old abandoned town. Equipped with her trusty smart-phone, she will battle against terrifying encounters and solve mysterious puzzles which will ultimately determine her fate.
Data di rilascio: 15 mag 2014
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Dreadout 1.6.0 released with Major Updates

21 agosto

Hello everyone, we are happy to announce that new updates are available for all DreadOut purchaser.

New updates include:

  • New 32 bits Windows platform support
  • New Linux/SteamOs universal support
  • New Mac Osx universal support
  • New Indonesian Voice over support
  • Additional costume update

Celebrating this major update, DreadOut is available on sale with 20% off valid until August 30th, 2014.

Thanks again for all of your support.

All the best
Digital Happiness

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DreadOut version 1.5.2 Released

19 giugno

Hello everyone!
In the spirit of the 2014 World Cup, we present Linda's 2 new unlockable tribute costumes; Brazilian and Indonesian team shirts.

Despite receiving mixed reviews, we are very glad to have such a lively community.
All of your input will certainly help us in improving many aspects of our second act.
We tried to accommodate many suggestions we've received in our current build.
Our major update includes :

  • Availability in German and Italian.
  • Added invert controller axis feature.
  • Added support for keyboard/gamepad customization.
  • Ability to access the gameplay options menu during a game.
  • User interface and audio tweaking.
  • Various in game tweaks.
  • Some bug fixes.
We're still working on optimizing for the 32 bit platform support as well as the OpenGL version for Mac and Linux/SteamOS platform. It will be ready on our next major update once they are stable.
Thank you for all of your support.

Linda ♥ you :click:

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Informazioni sul gioco

When twilight fades. Where darkness reigns.

DreadOut is a third person supernatural horror game where you play as Linda, a high school student trapped in an old abandoned town. Equipped with her trusty smart-phone, she will battle against terrifying encounters and solve mysterious puzzles which will ultimately determine her fate.
Help her overcome the challenges that will stand before her. Survive the Dread!

When a group of high school students went astray from a field trip, they came across something totally unexpected. A town long forgotten trapped in a peaceful state of slumber. What they did not realize was what lurks within. And what seemed like an innocent stroll turns into disaster as the secluded town reveals its dark and terrible secrets. The presence of sinister forces from beyond their realm of existence.

It all comes down to Linda. She will experience stirrings of unfamiliar powers, emerging from within herself. These new found abilities might just be the only way she can save her own life and those of her friends.

  • Explore a haunted environment in an Asian - Indonesian setting.
  • Battle against terrifying beings from a supernatural realm.
  • Solve mysterious puzzles that block your path.
  • Switch between first person and third person view.
  • Engage in a thrilling storyline.
  • Get access to Linda's unlockable wardrobe

Rated 17+ for the following :
  • Frequent / Intense horror / fear themes
  • Infrequent / Mild Realistic Violence
  • Infrequent / Mild Sexual Content or Nudity
  • Infrequent Mature / Mild Suggestive Themes

Requisiti di sistema (PC)

    • OS: Windows 7 / 8 64 bits
    • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.4 GHz or AMD Dual-Core Athlon 2.5 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT or AMD Radeon HD 3830 or Intel HD Graphics 4000, 512 MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
    • OS: Windows 7 / 8 - 64 bits
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-2300 or AMD Phenom II X4 940 or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 or AMD Radeon HD 7750 with 1 GB VRAM or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible

Requisiti di sistema (MAC)

    • OS: OSX 10.7 Lion
    • Processor: Intel CPU only, Core 2 Duo minimum
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 supporting OpenGL 2.1 or later with 512 VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OSX Standard
    • OS: OSX 10.9 Mavericks
    • Processor: Intel CPU only, Core i5 or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics supporting OpenGL 3.2 or better with 1 GB VRAM
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OSX Standard

Requisiti di sistema (Linux)

    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04
    • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.4 GHz or AMD Dual-Core Athlon 2.5 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT or AMD Radeon HD 3830 or Intel HD Graphics 4000, OpenGL 2.1
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OSS Compatible
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.10
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-2300 or AMD Phenom II X4 940 or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 or AMD Radeon HD 7750 with 1 GB VRAM or better, OpenGL 3.0
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: OSS Compatible
Recensioni utili dai clienti
2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
11.2 ore in totale
Un altro ritorno alle origini,mi dicono. Ma ben riuscito bene. Di cosa sto parlando? DreadOut è un gioco molto divertente,ispirato da Fatal Frame, ma allo stesso tempo non scherza quando bisogna far spaventare. In quale altro gioco trovi gli spaventosi fantasmi che fanno parte del folklore indonesiano? E se un tempo ci riusciva una vecchia macchina fotografica ad acchiappare gli spiriti,uno smartphone di ben certo è un ottimo alleato. Qualche bug visivo ci sta,ma non estremamente fastidioso poichè siamo concentrati sull'atmosfera e sul buio tetro. E se siete dei fanatici di Fatal Frame,questo gioco non deve assolutamente mancare nella vostra libreria!
An other return to the origins,they say to me. But it's good. What I'm talking about? DreadOut is a funny game,inspired by Fatal Frame,but it don't joke when it must scare the player. In which another game can you find the scary ghosts that be part of the Indonesian folklore? And if one time a old camera could capture the ghosts,a smartphone is a good ally. There's some bug,but don't annoying because we're focused on the atmosphere and the dark gloomy. If you are a Fatal Frame's fans,this game mustn't miss in yours library!
Pubblicata: 6 settembre
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2.3 ore in totale
DredOut è un survival horror in cui impersonerete una studente dispersa in una città fantasma insieme ai suoi compagni di scuola. Armati della vostra fotocamera vi avventurerete alla scoperta di presenze paranormali.Graficamente è parecchio datato ma riesce a rendere bene l'atmosfera horror; ora veniamo alle note dolenti. Dreadout è un gioco eccessivamente frustrante dove per tutta la durata del gioco vi chiederete cosa dovete fare finchè non vi arrenderete a cercare su internet una soluzione... come se non bastasse per rendere la cosa ancora più frustrante quando morite finite in una specie di limbo dove per resuscitare dovrete camminare verso una luce bianca che vi riporterà in vita (fino a qua tutto bene, anche carina come idea) il fatto è che più volte morirete più strada dovrete fare per arrivare alla luce ogni volta...inutile dire che quando la distanza diventa eccessiva l'esperienza di gioco diventa veramente pesante. Poteva essere un gran bel gioco ma per me è un gran buco nell'acqua, peccato.
Pubblicata: 25 agosto
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274 persone su 307 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
16.2 ore in totale
DreadOut is an Indonesian survival-horror game that takes inspiration from the Fatal Frame franchise, and pulls a lot from Indonesian myths and folklore. The game is currently incomplete, with a sort of episodic structure. Act 1 is currently released, with a future Act 2 and Free Roam mode confirmed for the future (Act 2 will be free for all purchasers, Free Roam is paid DLC).

First, a recommendation; play the demo on Steam before the main game. The demo is a prequel, where the demo ends is where the game begins. Lasts 15-20 minutes, nothing in the demo is in Act 1 of the game.

You play as a non-talkative protagonist known as Linda, who with a few friends is on a car trip, but they stumble upon a weird deserted city that isn't marked on their map. The friends go to investigate the town, and soon get wrapped up in some severe hauntings from the strange ghost that start coming out when night falls.

The game has a low-budget, and it shows. Graphically everything looks outdated, with low-res textures, odd character animations, and the like. There's also no real-time shadows. The game also has a few bugs. I didn't encounter anything game-breaking, but a few 'look through the wall with the camera', 'get stuck on an object for a moment', 'that character is levitating,' type of bugs, However, something I found interesting was that they didn't copy and paste many models. There were a lot of posters around town, and each one was legitimately different. Same with pictures, and just small details all about.Outside of a few chairs or piles of garbage, most of the models were unique to each other, and I was surprised the developers didn't take many shortcuts.

Mentioning this, something I noticed about the game is that there were a lot of secrets and original assets used for things that most players would probably not even end up finding or seeing. There's more I have to say on the topic, but I'll get back to this in a bit.

The game has legitimately great atmosphere. There are some fantastic scares, the feeling of unnerve that is caused by the game. It has an atmosphere to it that most horror games these days are missing from the days of old, sort of a combination of dread and excitement for what's going to come next. The atmosphere and scares are more akin to something like Fatal Frame or Kuon than Amnesia or Outlast, I should mention. Recommended at night and in darkness, with headphones.

This is backed by fantastic audio design. The music is great, the sounds are great. Voicing is okay, a bit cheesy but enjoyably so. However, with the music, how it is and how it's used in the game, is really effective, and also I can mention unique. The music is very different than any other horror game I have played, but very effective. And how the music transitions with events going on is very well-done. The audio is also unnerving, and sometimes hearing a weird sound, even without knowing its source or even without it leading to anything, raised the tension. It sometimes gets hard to tell if a sound you just heard is part of the music, or something in the environment, but I say this as a good thing.

And the game does not lie on its laurels. By this I mean a lot happens, and the game never throws the same thing at you twice. I was honestly surprised by the number of ghosts there are in this game, there were a lot more than I was anticipating. Some great enemy variety, and you fight each ghost really only once or twice, there was not a single ghost I think the game threw at you a third time. And the 'events' that happen, like scares or atmospheric additions, were all incredibly varied too. This definitely helped to raise the intrigue as you never knew what might be coming next, and some of what happens really goes into the unexpected.

Combat is similar to Fatal Frame, but a bit more simplistic. There isn't a charge rate like Fatal Frame, or a point system, but the closer enemies are, the more you damage them when you take a shot. And if you attack them right before they attack you, you deliver additional damage.

Even the puzzles are well done and intelligent. Figuring out what to do is fun, and they do a good job at laying out clues to what you need to do to help piece it all together. They have clever hints and details, while not being extremely obvious either. However, it should be mentioned that those with less patience and less of a desire to figure out cryptic clues may not like how they're handled. But if you loved puzzles from horror games in the 90s (which have been notably absent in recent years), then you'll likely be quite happy to see some return to form here.

But there is a kicker to all of this; the game's current length. Act 1 of the game lasts for about three hours. It ends on a high note, the game gets better and better as it develops and Act 1 has a fantastic climax... But it ends as its getting very good, and leaves you wanting more. Act 2 is coming free to everyone who purchases the game in the future, and I'll update this review whenever it comes about, but for now what is in Act 1 will probably take players somewhere around 3-5 hours to complete.

As it is now, it's a bit short, and still to be seen how long the entire package of the game will be (if Act 2 will be just as long, longer, or shorter than Act 1), but what they have here is fantastic, it legitimately is one of the best classic-styled survival-horror games to release in the last few years, and I think genre enthusiast who like certain elements of horror games that have been absent since the days of old will really appreciate the game. It's well-paced, well-executed, but due to the length for Act 1 maybe a little undercooked right now.

It feels like the length may have been a budget thing. The developers only had $26k to make the game, and my guess is that they were running low on funds and decided to release what they have so far to help development costs. And I hope it works, there is a very confident horror game here, and honestly some of the most fun I've had in a horror game in a while.

The weird thing is the secrets I mentioned earlier. There are complete sections of the game you could miss if you don't do some exploration. There are ghosts you won't fight unless you go off the beaten path. A tip to the wise is when it turns night-time and before you enter the school, don't enter the school like the game suggests and instead head back towards the town you just came from. There are literally four different types of ghosts if you head backwards at this point that you'll never encounter in the main game. And little hidden areas and easter eggs to uncover all about. So on that front, there is some really cool optional content to explore in the game.

There's also a few cool unlockables. Once you complete the game, you unlock three additional outfits, all of which are actually pretty well designed, and can be used on a second and later playthrough.

There's also a few side areas you can explore right now that don't really lead to anything, which I can only guess are there right now for the possible future Free Roam Mode (a lot of buildings and side-areas off the beaten-path are currently inaccessible or kind of barren right now, and I assume will be open in the free-roam mode the developers are working on).

I want DreadOut to succeed. I really liked what was here, I'd even go as far to say this has serious potential to be one of the best horror games for fans of the genre to release in the last few years. But Act 1 goes by easily in 3-5 hours, and as of the moment of this review there are no conclusions here.

But DreadOut is completely worth experiencing, even as it is now. It's tense, sometimes terrifying, has the right amount of weirdness to it, and is actually a lot of fun. Its low budget shows, especially in the graphics department, but through clever design, good execution, and variety at hand, manages to be a fun experience.
Pubblicata: 8 maggio
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396 persone su 484 (82%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
9.6 ore in totale

Really stellar game. The first enemy I saw (about 15 minutes in) literally had me breathless and scared for my life, and most horror games these days don't do it for me. It's pretty much like Fatal Frame on steroids.

The interesting thing is, I'm a voice-actor, and all my voice-acting friends provide voices for the main cast of characters. They're all experienced professionals and they give the game a believable atmosphere, with crystal-clear audio quality not commonly found in indie games.

The only cons I can say so far are the really low-resolution textures (mostly in daylight outside, which is a brief experience) and the very jerky/clunky character animations make you realize just how indie/low-budget the game is. Some characters seem to moonwalk a little bit while the cutscene animations are really jerky and twitchy. It lends itself REALLY well to the scary parts when enemies are twitching and convulsing, but when two girls are playing patty-cake in the beginning it looks super bizarre for some reason.

However, this is just part 1 of the game, which is about 2-3 hours. The rest of the game will come later. From what I've previously seen of the monsters (which were listed on the private audition page), there's a lot of really unique cultural references I've never seen in a game before, and they look absolutely pants-♥♥♥♥tingly terrifying.

If you ever get stuck like I did (the game throws you in with literally ZERO tutorials) there's a 'How to Play' section at the title screen. It shows you the first enemy you deal with, and it can't be defeated, and it suggests that you need an item to defeat it. I think that's kinda cool, since tutorials ruin the atmosphere and it feels better to search for the answer.
Pubblicata: 6 maggio
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202 persone su 237 (85%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
14.1 ore in totale
Thanks to Digital Happiness...
Good old horror games classics are back!!
Immersion, Atmosphere, Fear, a 3rd person perspective, a good old light for the road
(mobile in this case) and a crazy, scary frekin' weird storyline...
DreadOut delivers all that, mixed with eerie haunted sounds and frightening soudtrack.

Puzzles are also a great addition to this "Back to Old School" horror game.
For a game i thought at 1st, would be so so, it turns out that DreadOut is frekin' good!
Horror lovers, you miss good old titles and old school feelings
from horror games you had back then?
You loved traditional classics like Fatal Frame series or Silent Hill?
Search no more! This title is for you! And the good news is...Its a NEW game!

The road is blocked ahead... On the horizon, an old abandoned town...
Almost frozen in time...Something is terribly wrong here...
Take some pictures here and there...Walk with your comrades...
You can only hear the wind... And your nightmare begins...

For all the horror games devs out there?
Take a good look at what is DreadOut...and learn!
10/10! In my top 5 horror games of all time!
Pubblicata: 6 maggio
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