Nightslink the Uncanny Retro Game Horror You Should Check Out – I remember way back in 1982 when a film called Tenebrae or darkness was released. And just like many other Italian horror movies of the same period, the movie follows. Later in late august of that same year, Nightslink a short game was released.
Nightslink the Uncanny Retro Game Horror You Should Check Out
This very retro game is all about Nightslink, an anonymous man. His job title is pretty simple. His only job is to visit buildings, mostly apartment buildings, and deliver what is seen as mysterious audiotapes that are both feared and highly sought after.
As stated in the game’s summary, the activities within the game take place after the apocalypse just as the Tenebrae was. But however, Nightslink is different. Its delicacy and ambiguity come from its ability to hint at a complex story than a half-hour of gameplay could hold and offer.
The game nightslink was developed by a Portuguese developer known as ‘noiseminded‘. The game is a first-person walking game. If you are a game fan I suppose you know what that means. The game is simple as it is essentially about knocking on doors. This game is part of a horror sub-genre that takes after the grimy low-poly look of early PS titles such as paratopic.
Over the duration of four evenings, nightslink will appear with a stack of tapes and also a list of apartment numbers. On the other hand, the residents of the apartments hold conversations behind their doors that are somewhat cryptic hinting at scenarios that are somehow connected to the tapes. The game however is simple but you can choose to add extra conversations just to shake things up and a little extra spice