Eyes The Horror Game Old Version UPDATED
In the game, she will go up or down the stairs of the Mansion in search of the player, and will chase the player upon contact, or notice, as the word "Run!" will appear to give the player a warning. If a player uses an Eye Rune, they'll know where she is.
eyes the horror game old version
Eyes - The Horror Game (Old Version) is a thrilling, horror game for Android. You play as a security guard trying to collect money from an abandoned building. But beware - something is lurking in the darkness. As you explore the creepy rooms, you must keep your eyes peeled for any sign of danger. With each step, the tension mounts as you try to outwit whatever is lurking in the shadows.
The game features beautifully rendered 3D graphics and realistic sound effects that will put you on the edge of your seat. You can choose from three levels of difficulty, each with its own unique challenges. You'll need to use your wits and courage to survive the night and collect the money. But be warned - the further you venture into the darkness, the more terrifying the experience will become.
Eyes - The Horror Game (Old Version) is an intense and thrilling experience. You will be tested to the limit as you explore the abandoned building. With its immersive atmosphere and gripping gameplay, this is a must-play horror game for Android.
In the different rooms of the building you will also find eyes drawn on the walls. These eyes, when touching them, will show you phantasmagorical visions of certain places in the building. What you want to do with that information is for you to decide.
Close Your Eyes -Anniversary Remake- on Steam.Close Your Eyes has been remade and released as a commercial product with lots of new content, story, art, music, touches, game modes, secrets, and overall polished experience as Close Your Eyes -Anniversary Remake-. The original freeware version will stay here on Steam for people to download and play freely, but the remake will be getting all future support and I hope to make a surprising and superior experience.
This Game Is Only Available On PC (I'm not the developer of this game, I just posted this game for fun) What is the essence of this game (You have entered an abandoned building and you have to take 20 bags and leave the building because there is a bloodthirsty monster.PYou can find eyes you need to see where the monster.)
The article Bride of Frankenstein is going under review for a FA and I noticed it's importance is labeled Mid in the horror scale. Shouldn't it be higher? It's a very critically acclaimed horror film   and is even considered a Core article for WP:Films. Shouldn't it be high? Or perhaps even Top? Andrzejbanas (talk) 01:42, 2 February 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Hi, I'm not far off slinking back to my WP retirement but I wanted to ask for when I inevitably slink back for some gnome edits: would it be problematic to add horror project templates to articles like BioShock, Dead Space (video game), Werewolves of London (video game) etc. etc.? I know there are several games already tagged, but when I see things like BioShock without them I wonder if it's because the project isn't interested or whether nobody's got around to it yet. Best of luck in your efforts to kick start the project again. Someoneanother 06:16, 8 February 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
It's not clean-cut so here's a heads-up: I've added Call of Duty: World at War to the project and the horror video game category, since it contains a noted sub-game (not what I'd call a mini-game) involving repelling nazi zombies from a barricaded bunker. It's the old Night of the Living Dead schtick. The main game itself is not horror though. If anyone feels strongly that either the category or horror project tag is inappropriate, then please remove it/them. IMO both are valid since the zombies game is part and parcel of the subject of the article and can't be separated. Someoneanother 22:10, 10 February 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
This is currently a discussion regarding the inclusion of a video game image for the Texas Chain Saw Massacre article. The discussion can be seen at Talk:The Texas Chain Saw Massacre#Game image. More opinions are necessary to determine a good consensus. BIGNOLE (Contact me) 13:46, 22 March 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
That it's a video game is clear, but is Bloody Fun Day horror? Considering it involves grim reapers converting cutesy critters into piles of guts and what influenced the game, I'd say yes but only just. It's borderline though and I'd like the project's input before adding it to the category and the project's remit. Thanks. Someoneanother 01:05, 23 March 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Within the next few days, I'm planning on nominating survival horror for good article status. It's undergone a lot of revisions over the past few months. I'd appreciate people checking in to make sure the prose is good, and that the article is a comprehensive look at the genre. Thanks in advance. Randomran (talk) 17:10, 17 April 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Hi folks, just letting you know I've taken the above list on and am currently trying to repair and expand it. The focus of the list is any video game which either has an undead theme in general, or a theme focused on a particular type of undead beastie, or games with an undead element which is of significance. The list is currently very incomplete, particularly in terms of vampire and ghost games, though the zombie section is faring a lot better. Anyway, if there's any missing entries you'd like to add or discuss, or if you just want to take a look at what's going on you're very welcome. Happy editing. Someoneanother 20:28, 2 August 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I'd like to request a review of Friday the 13th (2009 film), as I'm about to nominate it for FAC in the near future. I've done one pass of copy editing already, but since I've been the primary editor on the article I know I often overlook things that make sense to me. I'd like to request some new eyes look for any other copy editing issues, review the alt text (I'm not very good with it), and any other issues that might be found. BIGNOLE (Contact me) 16:57, 12 October 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
When somebody has time could a copy edit be performed on Space Gun (video game) please? When the article last went for assessment it came back as needing it's grammar improved, and with a fresh pair of eyes looking over it and correcting it there's a chance the article could become at least B-class. AirRaidPatrol 84 (talk) 12:26, 13 October 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Hi there. Also new and when I tried to add myself to the member list I noticed that Sean had a template for 24 inadvertently placed in his listing that kind of borked the page a little. I deleted the template itself but I thought I'd throw out a heads up because it means that he has no date listed after his name now and I wasn't entirely sure how to fix that. I've been playing mostly with plot summaries since I've become really active, and have hit a few horror films in the process. That's probably where you'll see me helping the project the most for now; I'm still learning. Cheers! Millahnna (mouse)talk 02:28, 21 February 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]
His watch began to vibrate. 60 minutes. He blew his last solitary breath of the day and quietly snuck out of the stall. The weary, old thirty-seven-year-old man in the hazy mirror walked towards him and began to wash his hands, staring at him through pink eyes that the skin of his face seemed to be attempting to run from. Grey hairs turned their middle fingers toward him from between his neck and chin.
His eyes opened. The room was vibrant. He could see every dust particle in the air; he could smell them, hear them, feel them. He looked at his hands. His skin was white as marble and felt half as hard. Through his fingers, he saw on the floor at his feet what looked like a large mound of grey putty. He looked around the room, curled his fingers and toes, closed his eyes and opened them. Nothing changed. The old radio sat in its place, unaltered. He was in the old house. Through the window, a white sky sprinkled the earth with soft flakes.
He walked, no, glided to the bathroom doorway. In the dirty mirror was a god. His eyes glistened like gold, and his hair fell like satin. His body was smooth and hard, every muscle bulging and pulsing with energy and gleaming a brilliant white. Behind him, two great masses like silver sails extended from his back. Wings. He felt it was time to wake up, but knew he was not hallucinating.
When I opened my eyes I saw the prisoner hanged from the toughest branch of that cottonwood tree. I prayed for him to be dead, but his chest continued to rise and fall with shallow breaths that mocked existence. Beads of oil dripped listlessly off of his misshapen frame. The host had collected beneath him. I thought I could hear their hearts beating in unison. Below the prisoner they had piled logs, which they now doused as well. The flames licked at his grotesque, toeless feet. He was lowered toward their embrace, inch by lurching inch. The chain rattled and scratched the tree branch. Reaching up, he tried to climb it, but was unable to grasp with his fingerless hands. People jeered, hollered words that made me nauseous for decades after. One man had brought a camera; a few months later I saw the photographs sold as postcards.
Now and then, I wonder how many times it has happened in human history and been forgotten. I left Waco to escape it. I married a man who I thought was good and believed that my children would be free from it. But where is my husband now? What does he do there? The dust of one star is penciled into each of our minds and bodies. One string spans the lengths of time and space. What separates us from the Waco horror?
The opening scene is visually gripping as you are drawn to the flames like a moth that fill every corner of the screen, mesmerizing you with its beauty. You then find the source of the flames which engulf your visual field. The beauty quickly turns to horror and this visual slight of hand pattern occurs throughout the film. What initially is gorgeously striking suddenly comes into comprehensible view to create a disturbing image. It perfectly imitates our own consciousness as we are at first ignorant about issues, but then, with information, we are awakened and see things for what they truly are.