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Stairways that have neither beginning nor end, dirty walls, shabby apartment doors whose owners don't have any reaction for doorbell, broken elevator and the feeling of someone's presence nearby...

Is this a nightmare? Are these schizophrenic hallucinations? Or maybe this is hell? But more importantly: is there any way out of here? And if so, what is the required level of descending into that absolute of horror?

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Hello 👋
I am an indie game developer from Belarus. And recently I've finished my game (god, it took an unexpected lot of time and was distressful). I never did such games before and it's a small puzzle-horror (more puzzle than horror). The player finds himself in a space of infinite stairways (something like less scary scp-087), from which, however, can try to get out by solving some riddles. I intended to make this game atmospheric and filled taking as a basis my own fears and nightmares. I hope I've achieved at least some of this.
My game is called Levels of Descending and everybody welcome to try it 😊

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