The sequel to "Wooden Floor". Reveal the truth hiding in the dark, haunted mansion of Blackdust Field. A mysterious and horrific adventure game by Pheenix93.
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Mixed (17 reviews) - 41% of the 17 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jan 11, 2016

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January 22

Content Update #1 - Version 1.2A now available!

Hey there,

I just set up the first content update for the game (v1.2A). As some people were unhappy with the real ending I decided to add a little bit more thrill to it.
Also a few other improvements were done.

Changelog:
- Extended Ending no. 3 (True ending/boss)
- Added alternative Chapter 2 (random)
- Chapter 3 and 4 loaded from menu are more obviously leading you to the same two endings now
- Several other improvements, such as adding chapter popups etc.

Hope youll enjoy everything. :)

Cheers, Fabian

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January 20

Cards (and more) now availabe

Hey there,

The title says it all.

Trading cards, emoticons, badges and backgrounds are now available.
Have fun with that :)

, Fabian

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About This Game

"Wooden Floor 2 - Resurrection" is a first person horror/mystery adventure game. Just like the prequel this game is pretty much an one man project by me (Pheenix93).

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:
  • Multiple endings!
  • 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
  • Different locations
  • Useable items
  • Big improvements to graphics and gameplay!

Besides all this there is still potential to add more content to the game once i feel like its about time. So there may be more to come...

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • 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
    Recommended:
    • 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
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Overall:
Mixed (17 reviews)
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HeadShot
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 6
Much scares, so wow, many cute

+ : eerie atmosphere, ok graphics, trading cards, "puzzles" - but some were original, multiple endings, soundtrack was great

- : lack of sprint and jump after chapter 1, clumsy dumsy endings, "wicked" boss fight, short, menu orientation, lighting

recommended gamma 3 or 4

tbh - one jumpscare was well made (that silly wooden cross above the copper key)

I liked the first one better, still playable game 6/10 would collect embers again (or what was it at the "boss fight" part)
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Saint Aaron
( 3.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 16
The creepy atmosphere does a great job but it lacks story along with gameplay. The price is deff not worth it!

pros
multiple endings
soundtrack good
Simple puzzles
Steam trading cards

Cons
lighting in the game is terrible
Short
Almost the samething as wooden floor 1
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Belphegore
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 15
Wooden Floor 2 - Resurrection does not pick up where the original title left off, but it is a direct sequel to it. You take control of a man named Andrew Winter, who is an alcoholic that resides in a quaint cabin in the woods near Blackdust Field. Your goal is to reveal all of the secrets that are housed in the large mansion atop the field by solving riddles and puzzles.

Unfortunately, this installment in the Wooden Floor series does not stack up to its predecessor by any means. The game starts you off in an open field, where you grab a lantern and enter a church. From there, you ring the bell, grab a key, and make your way to the mansion. From here on out, it's easy problem solving through the remaining chapters (four in total), all of which last for about 10 minutes each. Grab a gear then insert it into the floor, take a key and open a door with it, find a door handle to open another door... it's all very straight forward.

Sure, the corridors and rooms are dimly lit and sometimes have fog in them, but there's no real "horror" or "mystery" here; not even a jumpscare or something to keep one mystified about. The music cuts out far too often, leaving you with silence and your own in-game footsteps to keep you company. There's also not much in the way of storyline either, even though the store page insists that the story telling has improved from the first game. There are red books marked with a W on the front that you can read (the game say that you can "ridden" them, whatever that means) to gather the incoherent ramblings of the alcoholic main character, and that's about it.

Sadly, Wooden Floor 2 - Resurrection isn't even as optimized as its counterpart, with some areas of the game dipping into the lower 40s in terms of FPS. The prior release ran at a stable 60 from beginning to end. It's overall a lackluster sequel, and the end boss this time around isn't nearly as difficult or interesting. The game is also shorter, clocking in between 30-50 minutes. However, the developer has implemented multiple endings, and a randomized second chapter. Still, I cannot give this title a recommendation, especially for its price point of $7.79 CAD. There are far better titles that you can grab for around the same amount. Preserve the memories of the original Wooden Floor, and move on.

Rating: 2.0/5.0 - It's not awful, but it's not great.
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grimmute
( 3.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 4
75% of the content is recycled from the first game and puzzle-like things are an insult to human mind. There are much better walking simulators than this, stay away.
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Barrfind&Rarity
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: March 10
This game is... Well, I hate that but this game is boring. Yeah, have at least awesome soundtrack, so... Buy soundtrack, game will take you like 30 minut? Maybe less. Have more than one ending I think but still... No.
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Matt
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: March 9
Went to church, 10/10
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The Fragnostic
( 1.1 hrs on record )
Posted: January 14
"Lighting needs to be rebuilt. Paths need to be rebuilt."

-steps into a black abyss, crashing the game irreparably-

Well, I have to hand it to the developer. I didn't think you'd come up with anything as ♥♥♥♥ing wacky as the ending of the first WOODEN FLOOR but here we are.

At the refund page.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJdo4uG9TTY
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rjmacready
( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: January 14
I'm not normally one to play a series of games out of chronological order, but given that this was brand-new and severely lacking in reviews thus far, I figured that I might as well try to get in early. Unfortunately, my experience with THIS game makes me less than excited about playing the FIRST instalment...

Simply put, this is one of the least "user-friendly" games that I have ever played.

First of all, there's the nutty controls. Navigate the menu by pressing SPACE, then hit Enter to select an option? WHY?! Then there's the fact that I don't think I've ever endured a game where it's so darn hard to INTERACT with anything. I mean, the game tells you to "press E", but neglects to mention to "be especially pedantic about where you point the cursor", even when trying to open a DOOR for ♥♥♥♥'s sake (hint: you have to hit the handle as PRECISELY as humanly possible)!! Then there's the fact that the "sprint" button, for reasons unknown, only works outdoors, making interiors sometimes tiresome to traverse. Oh, and whatever you do, DON'T ACCIDENTALLY PRESS THE ESCAPE BUTTON, or you'll be quitting the game...which is especially bad, since...

THERE ARE NO SAVE POINTS. There are Chapter headings, so you can jump to one of four Chapters...but I only found this out by reading a thread in the Community Hub, and even then you have to scroll down the Chapters to work out which one you want, as they're rather unhelpfully identified with screen-shot images rather than titles such as, say, "The House, Part 1". Again, not exactly "user-friendly".

Some more bad points (yeah, sorry, not quite finished yet)! Despite the fact of the sound being otherwise admirably atmospheric, your footsteps make NO SOUND AT ALL on the wooden floors of the title (or on any other surface, for that matter). Furthermore, there are moments where spectacularly dramatic and almost UNBEARABLY LOUD music kicks in...even though nothing in particular is happening at that very moment in the game. As a matter of fact, the SOUND, on the whole, is a lot more startling than anything that actually happens visually or event-wise: Many is the time that an intended "jump-scare" passed me by, in an "Oh, did something just happen?" kind of way. Definitely not a good thing in a horror game.

That's the bad. Now for the downright UGLY.

Not only is this game borderline unplayable, for me personally it was UNCOMPLETABLE. Twice I verified the game cache, and even went back and re-completed the Chapter in front of it - thankfully all of two to three minutes in length - and STILL the final Chapter failed to finish for me. Try these phrases on for size: "Lighting needs to be rebuilt", and better yet, "Paths need to be rebuilt". Meaning I went through a door to find nothing but a huge black void, mercifully insta-killing me when I dared step into it. It's alright, though...a quick peek at someone else's walkthrough tells me I missed all of two minutes' gameplay, during which - surprise, surprise - absolutely ♥♥♥♥-ALL HAPPENS.

Now, there ARE a few good things. The graphics are, for the most part, rather nice, and the puzzles and/or miscellaneous mind-♥♥♥♥ery that some of the bits get up to are upon occasion a tad interesting (e.g. architecture which changes while you've got your back turned, that kind of thing). But there's not nearly enough inspired ideas here to justify a purchase, especially when I'm surely not the only person on the face of the planet whose computer will stubbornly refuse to even allow me to reach the end (just look in my games list and/or reviews to see how many games I HAVE completed, so I'm sure it's safe to say it's not my rather expensive laptop that's at fault).

I probably would have given this a bare-bones pass if it wasn't for the aforementioned problems, and for a better game I may have gone so far as to report the technical faults to the developer...but for THIS game, I honestly couldn't give two ♥♥♥♥s. Actually, not even one. Mediocre at best, even if the darned thing DID function as intended.

Verdict: 4/10.
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TheForeverFire
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: January 12
A fun, short little horror game. It may not seem like much, but in my opinion, it does a good job of setting the mood and is able to surprise you when you let your guard down. I enjoyed thinking about what the story could be like while looking at well modelled sets. This game was most certainly not half ♥♥♥♥♥ and deserves a thumbs up considering the small crew! Job well done! ^.^
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
25 of 27 people (93%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 14
I'm not normally one to play a series of games out of chronological order, but given that this was brand-new and severely lacking in reviews thus far, I figured that I might as well try to get in early. Unfortunately, my experience with THIS game makes me less than excited about playing the FIRST instalment...

Simply put, this is one of the least "user-friendly" games that I have ever played.

First of all, there's the nutty controls. Navigate the menu by pressing SPACE, then hit Enter to select an option? WHY?! Then there's the fact that I don't think I've ever endured a game where it's so darn hard to INTERACT with anything. I mean, the game tells you to "press E", but neglects to mention to "be especially pedantic about where you point the cursor", even when trying to open a DOOR for ♥♥♥♥'s sake (hint: you have to hit the handle as PRECISELY as humanly possible)!! Then there's the fact that the "sprint" button, for reasons unknown, only works outdoors, making interiors sometimes tiresome to traverse. Oh, and whatever you do, DON'T ACCIDENTALLY PRESS THE ESCAPE BUTTON, or you'll be quitting the game...which is especially bad, since...

THERE ARE NO SAVE POINTS. There are Chapter headings, so you can jump to one of four Chapters...but I only found this out by reading a thread in the Community Hub, and even then you have to scroll down the Chapters to work out which one you want, as they're rather unhelpfully identified with screen-shot images rather than titles such as, say, "The House, Part 1". Again, not exactly "user-friendly".

Some more bad points (yeah, sorry, not quite finished yet)! Despite the fact of the sound being otherwise admirably atmospheric, your footsteps make NO SOUND AT ALL on the wooden floors of the title (or on any other surface, for that matter). Furthermore, there are moments where spectacularly dramatic and almost UNBEARABLY LOUD music kicks in...even though nothing in particular is happening at that very moment in the game. As a matter of fact, the SOUND, on the whole, is a lot more startling than anything that actually happens visually or event-wise: Many is the time that an intended "jump-scare" passed me by, in an "Oh, did something just happen?" kind of way. Definitely not a good thing in a horror game.

That's the bad. Now for the downright UGLY.

Not only is this game borderline unplayable, for me personally it was UNCOMPLETABLE. Twice I verified the game cache, and even went back and re-completed the Chapter in front of it - thankfully all of two to three minutes in length - and STILL the final Chapter failed to finish for me. Try these phrases on for size: "Lighting needs to be rebuilt", and better yet, "Paths need to be rebuilt". Meaning I went through a door to find nothing but a huge black void, mercifully insta-killing me when I dared step into it. It's alright, though...a quick peek at someone else's walkthrough tells me I missed all of two minutes' gameplay, during which - surprise, surprise - absolutely ♥♥♥♥-ALL HAPPENS.

Now, there ARE a few good things. The graphics are, for the most part, rather nice, and the puzzles and/or miscellaneous mind-♥♥♥♥ery that some of the bits get up to are upon occasion a tad interesting (e.g. architecture which changes while you've got your back turned, that kind of thing). But there's not nearly enough inspired ideas here to justify a purchase, especially when I'm surely not the only person on the face of the planet whose computer will stubbornly refuse to even allow me to reach the end (just look in my games list and/or reviews to see how many games I HAVE completed, so I'm sure it's safe to say it's not my rather expensive laptop that's at fault).

I probably would have given this a bare-bones pass if it wasn't for the aforementioned problems, and for a better game I may have gone so far as to report the technical faults to the developer...but for THIS game, I honestly couldn't give two ♥♥♥♥s. Actually, not even one. Mediocre at best, even if the darned thing DID function as intended.

Verdict: 4/10.
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25 of 31 people (81%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 14
"Lighting needs to be rebuilt. Paths need to be rebuilt."

-steps into a black abyss, crashing the game irreparably-

Well, I have to hand it to the developer. I didn't think you'd come up with anything as ♥♥♥♥ing wacky as the ending of the first WOODEN FLOOR but here we are.

At the refund page.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJdo4uG9TTY
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12 of 17 people (71%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 11
Just finished the game, I think. This game was very nice to look at, the controls were simple and effective, the ambiance was amazingly creepy, but when I finished it, I was really expecting more. Backstory-wise, you get more from the Steam description than you do in the actual game, and the game just felt extremely short. I was expecting the game to really build me up for a scare, but it never delivered. When "The End" rolled up on the screen, I thought the game was messing with me.

Overall, I can respect the eerie ambiance and creepy twists in the games surroundings, and think this is a VERY good job for a one man team. However, at this price, I wouldn't recommend it.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 16
The creepy atmosphere does a great job but it lacks story along with gameplay. The price is deff not worth it!

pros
multiple endings
soundtrack good
Simple puzzles
Steam trading cards

Cons
lighting in the game is terrible
Short
Almost the samething as wooden floor 1
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 15
Wooden Floor 2 - Resurrection does not pick up where the original title left off, but it is a direct sequel to it. You take control of a man named Andrew Winter, who is an alcoholic that resides in a quaint cabin in the woods near Blackdust Field. Your goal is to reveal all of the secrets that are housed in the large mansion atop the field by solving riddles and puzzles.

Unfortunately, this installment in the Wooden Floor series does not stack up to its predecessor by any means. The game starts you off in an open field, where you grab a lantern and enter a church. From there, you ring the bell, grab a key, and make your way to the mansion. From here on out, it's easy problem solving through the remaining chapters (four in total), all of which last for about 10 minutes each. Grab a gear then insert it into the floor, take a key and open a door with it, find a door handle to open another door... it's all very straight forward.

Sure, the corridors and rooms are dimly lit and sometimes have fog in them, but there's no real "horror" or "mystery" here; not even a jumpscare or something to keep one mystified about. The music cuts out far too often, leaving you with silence and your own in-game footsteps to keep you company. There's also not much in the way of storyline either, even though the store page insists that the story telling has improved from the first game. There are red books marked with a W on the front that you can read (the game say that you can "ridden" them, whatever that means) to gather the incoherent ramblings of the alcoholic main character, and that's about it.

Sadly, Wooden Floor 2 - Resurrection isn't even as optimized as its counterpart, with some areas of the game dipping into the lower 40s in terms of FPS. The prior release ran at a stable 60 from beginning to end. It's overall a lackluster sequel, and the end boss this time around isn't nearly as difficult or interesting. The game is also shorter, clocking in between 30-50 minutes. However, the developer has implemented multiple endings, and a randomized second chapter. Still, I cannot give this title a recommendation, especially for its price point of $7.79 CAD. There are far better titles that you can grab for around the same amount. Preserve the memories of the original Wooden Floor, and move on.

Rating: 2.0/5.0 - It's not awful, but it's not great.
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5 of 12 people (42%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 12
A fun, short little horror game. It may not seem like much, but in my opinion, it does a good job of setting the mood and is able to surprise you when you let your guard down. I enjoyed thinking about what the story could be like while looking at well modelled sets. This game was most certainly not half ♥♥♥♥♥ and deserves a thumbs up considering the small crew! Job well done! ^.^
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0 of 3 people (0%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6 of 17 people (35%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 11
Always enjoyed the Wood Floor Game, Both Wooden Floor 1 and now Wooden Floor 2
Its a good, simple puzzle/mystery game, Cheap and worth trying out.

Wooden Floor 2 Gameplay here:
https://youtu.be/yJypqcTf8T0

And if you dont know Wooden Floor 1:
https://youtu.be/50GFxf4VYLw
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0 of 6 people (0%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 9
Went to church, 10/10
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Not Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 4
75% of the content is recycled from the first game and puzzle-like things are an insult to human mind. There are much better walking simulators than this, stay away.
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