This is an escape style game I did while taking a break from Runes of Chaos.
In this game you play as Eric, who has not only to escape from a strange manor but also to save his kidnapped sister.
The game is mostly complete but it still lacks music and the GUI could be improved.
I used 3D Custom Girl to create the images of this game.
A big thanks to djrug, Ioioi and Goldendawn for the help they gave me debugging and proofreading this game and to passelel for the 3DCG guide.
This is an unusually complex game with a large variety of characters, options and ways to lock yourself out of endings. Definitely worth try out
An extremely well written game, with an engaging story and subtly disturbing details: definitely recommended!
Wow, what a fantastic game! HLF is a GENIOUS! Should be listed as complete, not beta. There are 60 endings and you will want to find all of them. The transformations are so detailed, immaginative, and incredibley titilating! Play this game, it will blow your mind!
One of the deepest games I've played on this sight! Everything has a solution and there are multiple paths to discover, though it is possible to lock yourself out of said solutions. I've spent hours on it trying to discover every little trap, ending and path and I'm not disappointed. Give yourself a treat and try this one out if you're a fan of RPG adventure/horror games.
Though I am a bit lost on how to get some of the endings and what the secret swtiches do. I haven't found a way to defeat the game's Big Bad and I don't know how to get the Camellia ending, if there is one. If anyone knows, please shoot me a PM! Still, I'm enjoying the game greatly!
Easily one of the best games on the site and probably my personal favorite. If you like puzzle/TF games this is a must play.
The game itself is nonlinear, fully playable, and has many different TFs to fit a wide variety of tastes. The TFs also happen to be fully rendered. Most imporantly it is one of the few games where all the puzzles are solvable with the information given, aren't so simple that they're trivial, and as stated ealier are nonlinear meaning there is usually more than one way to solve each puzzle. It even has world building and humor, but neither are forced upon you if you don't really care about that type of thing.
My only complaint (and it's a very minor one) is the significant amount of spelling and grammar mistakes. Never enough to be confusing but certainly noticable.