Hey, thanks for the game. I streamed this on Twitch and both me and my viewers found it very difficult to watch but I managed. The text bubbles are also extremely small. Really strange but interesting experience, definitely unique.
A downloadable game
Disconnected is a short surreal horror game.
You decide to hang out with a friend. But something is not right and you find yourself alone in the staircase.
W, A, S, D, Shift to move around
Left mouse button to interact
N and M to adjust the mouse sensitivity
This horror game was made in 48 hours for the Asylum Jam 2017.
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- Disconnected - What the hell does it all mean?Nov 10, 2017
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This was realy cool game and made me much afraid. Your story is very good i love the grafic style of your game. thank you much for making your free game. :)
i had to close the game to spoopy
It has been awhile since Anna and I have had a chance to hangout. It was good to be able to catch up with her.
XOXO - C.P.
Dear Chainsaw Princess,
thank you for visiting Anna, she told me you both had a great time. I shall send you heartfelt greetings from her.
cool game, proves a game doesn't need jumpscares to be creepy.
Very unique, loved the style!
All I can say is this was absolutely amazing. Loved this game a lot, I always love how your games are much different compared to other indie devs. Hope you will make more in the future!
Super unique horror game that sent chills down my spine!
Disconnected may be an experimental game but, I think you pulled it off really well. The pixelated blurry art style you used I found to be unique possibly one of a kind. It reminded me of the old camcorders that people used to record hauntings and, the like. I'm stumped on to why Ana is now this way especially with what happened at the end. Hence the title of my let's play video. Unless of course The protagonist never met Ana in person before! (I just read your developers thoughts on the ending. It feels good to have my perspective on it as, well as yours! I never did see the phone at the end. My mind was stuck on is the door going to be pulled fully open? I guess I missed that little part maybe it would have tied it all together if I saw that or, maybe I would still make assumptions. Amazing ending once I read what the ending really meant!)
Excellent short horror experience
Well, this was unique. The entire game as a whole had that uneasy feeling to it. Like I was unaware what was going on the entire time. Like there was something in the corner of my eye that I just couldn't catch. The graphics were actually really complimentary to the atmosphere. I kept seeing artifacts and thought it was a person or something in the corner of my eye. Waiting in between 'texts' was really suspenseful. It definitely had me on the edge of my seat. I read your 'end meaning' thing on Tumblr and I really think you delivered it well. Although it stumped me in my let's play, now that I've read your post- I understand what you were trying to portray. The only real negative thing I could find about this game was that it ran in 30fps. Even then, I didn't notice until I brought the gameplay footage into my video editor. So it really isn't noticeable at all while playing the game. Thanks for making this!
I LEGIT DIDN'T LIKE THIS GAME, IT WAS INCREDIBLY CREEPY!
I am saying this because I very much enjoyed the game. I loved how the messages were progressively getting weirder and weirder. This is definitely a creepy experience!
Very creepy game! I loved the visuals and the ambience of the sound made it terrifying. I would like to see what game you could make in more than 48hrs because this was great!
Really enjoyed this game. Most horror games only have jumpscare monsters and loud noise, but this one is unique; the atmosphere puts you on edge, gives you goosebumps, also the pixelation and fish eye view adds up into it. I would love to see more games like this in the future and I'll be sure to check out your other games. Cheers. Also here's my gameplay video if you want to see my experience with it.
(EDIT: [probably not relevant] [also, spoilers] I've found a little bug where you can go through/phase through the door of the apartment when you got locked in. *around 5:45 in the video*)
Really weird and good horror, I'm happy that there was no jumpscares. And style is interesting, like this stuff!
This was a surprising little gem!
It reminded me of this anime series of short horror stories I binged on Netflix one day. I don't remember what it was called, though.
Anyhow, great job with suspense! There's a nice little eco-system of creepy here for a game made in 48 hours, and the ending was both a let down and made the game WAY better at the same time, I really liked it. At first I didn't, but I think it was much more effective than a janky cliche jumpscare! Good work and I hope you keep making games. <3
Made you a Lumps Play, too! Pop-up commentary bubbles are a refreshing break from reaction cam videos. I also edited the chat so it's a big larger, because it was very small when I recorded it in 1080. Enjoy!
This game really really got a good build up like REALLY GOOD. I was expecting a jumpscare doe but holy cow GOOD ON TE BUILD UP!
Well done, the filters were a nice effect and gave it an old school VHS feel, and the slow reveal was awesome. Thanks.
This game was awesome! I enjoyed the style of the game and everything :)
Really creepy game I wanna know what actually happened. Ends with the maggots I just thought she was dead and she was messeg
ing you from beyond the grave.
I loved exposed and this as well! Extremely creepy and well made for 48 hours!
Part 1 of my Let's Play and Review, with ending comments at the end of the next, Love the atmosphere and tension. The Ending, I have a few words about though! -
this game was always making me feel on edge like there was some big jumpscare building up, even though there wasn't, it kinda made the game even better! :D good job on creating this!
Creepy game, impressive to say it was made in 48 hours!