A psychological horror adventure game where you must brave the terrors of your own dreams. Take control of Gordon West as he explores a nightmarish dreamscape confronting secrets that refuse to be forgotten. One Night 4 is the long awaited sequel to the RPG Maker horror series that was listed among the Top 5 Indie Horror Games by New Gamer Nation. Featuring six scary locations that span both the dream world and the waking world, a mysterious Silent Hill-esque story of guilt and desire and horrifying enemies that track your every move, One Night 4 is the ultimate test of skill for fans of classic survival horror.
The first playable build of the 2D survival horror game One Night 4 was released this week. This stable beta build provides more than an hour of gameplay and demonstrates the mechanics and some of the areas present in the upcoming full release.
Posted by DarkGaiaStudios on Apr 6th, 2013
Well, it's been a long time coming, but the first publicly available build of One Night 4 is now available to download. This build contains the entirety of the game's first location (the School World) and, depending on how long it takes you to complete puzzles (and, of course, how many times you die), should provide anywhere between 40 minutes to an hour of gameplay. For best results, please play in the dark, alone and with a set of headphones. This is meant to be a horror game, after all. :)
In the meantime, work is still underway on the full release of the game. We haven't set an exact release date yet, but the deadline at the moment is to have a release candidate ready by Quarter 4, 2013. We're going to stand by our promise to complete this game so that the long awaited sequel to the One Night trilogy can finally see the light of day.
Finally, we'd like to thank all of the people who contributed to One Night 4's Indiegogo campaign, which enabled this release to be possible. Although we didn't meet our full goal, we were still able to secure most of the resources needed to bring the game to completion. This build is intended to show those who contributed what their donations have been spent on and allow them to play a small part of the game in advance.
One of the people who contributed to the game, Youtuber Entoanthepack, has already begun a Let's Play of the game. If you've got time after playing the demo, be sure to check it out!