A downloadable game for Windows

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Mystery House, an adventure-horror experience with eerie, lo-fi visuals where you must escape from a mansion of an alien-worshiping cult.

Two detectives chasing one final lead in a string of bizarre murders. The further they follow it, the deeper they fall. Will they see the sun again after spending one night in the MYSTERY HOUSE. Step into the Shoes of a jaded detective trapped inside the lybrithine home of a madman. Explore the house in search of an exit and learn about What happens there.

About

Mystery House is a side-scrolling, point-and-click adventure Similar to games like Flashback or Snatcher. Players move through hallways, occasionally fighting enemies and examining rooms.

Controls

ARROW KEYS move the character or the cursor

C is the general purpose action key. Use it to select menu items, enter rooms, investigate objects, and move between floors.

Z is used to draw your weapon. A change in music alerts you if enemies are on the floor.

X fires your weapon

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Made for the Haunted House Game Jam

More information

Published Nov 01, 2015
StatusOn hold
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(1)
Authorthatguynm
GenreAdventure
TagsAtmospheric, Detective, GameMaker, Horror, Lo-fi, low-poly, Point & Click, Side Scroller
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard
AccessibilitySubtitles

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Mystery_House.zip 5 MB

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Pretty fun.

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Thanks!

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Neat story, though when I started clicking on objects, the words overlapped and I couldnt really continue playing... Such a cute fun game! Lovely! I included it in my Haunted House Jam compilation video series, if you would like to take a look :) https://youtu.be/lxHJiH17w1I

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I thought I fixed that? Do you know where it was happening? Thanks for letting me know. Glad you liked the game and thanks for the feature in your video series. The link doesn't appear to work though :/

Just saw the video, I know what happened, I forgot to lock the cursor after examining an object (That's what I get for not having someone else test my games). I can fix it soon. Thanks for pointing that out! :D