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Loop86

... is a story-based horror game in which you play as a reporter named Daniel Parker.  Strange things happend after a man burned during a fire in his hotel room. People who stayed in this room are missing. Your task is to find information about what happend to clarify the case, but sooner or later you find yourself trapped ...

Controls:

  • Move: W,A,S,D
  • Interact: Left click
  • Zoom: Right click
  • Run: Shift
  • Crouch: Ctrl
  • Menu: Escape

Recommended Specification:

  • GPU: DirectX 11 graphics card with 4 GB Video RAM or more (e.g. Nvidia GTX 960, AMD Radeon RX 570)
  • CPU: 3.2 GHz Quad core Processor
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • STORAGE: About 200 MB available space

A lower specification should also work but you might have to disable depth of field and lower the graphics quality.

This game is completely free to play but you can support me and the development of future games by donating :)

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Loop86 [Win-64bit] 101 MB
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Loop86 [Win-32bit] 99 MB
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Loop86 [Mac] 117 MB
Version 1
Loop86 [Linux-64bit] 127 MB
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Really Enjoyed This Game Was Fun With The Loop Like The Puzzle Took Me Quite Sometimes To Figure It Out But It A Great Game

Pretty spooky. Wasn't able to finish as I got stuck and unable to figure out how to continue but I had fun in the meantime.

I dont normally play horror games but i just played this on stream and man was it good. it made me jump and feel uneasy. A fantasist game that you should play NOW! 

Really enjoyed this great game. Made me jump a couple of times :) 
I ended up with the bad ending, will deffo okay again to see if I can get the good ending! 

Keep up the great work :) 

Good afternoon, I would like to talk to the game developer! do you have an idea for cooperation, do you have a vk can you answer me?

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I really enjoyed playing this! A small improvement, if I may suggest, is the character tends to get stuck on the lamps when running down the hall. I've almost been a caught a couple times due to that. Other than that everything else was smooth sailing. ~ Great job Dev!

Yeah I should have disabled the lamp colliders.. But thank you for the feedback!

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I really enjoyed it and it actually managed to scare me quite a few times; so that's always good! Would really recommend!

Thank you for uploading, great video! :)

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Really good horror game, had good tension to it and story

https://youtu.be/ClNanbsiVeo

Thanks! :)

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This was a great PT-style game! I personally like games better when a developer takes a small setting and gives a lot of attention to detail vs. having a large map that's full of nothingness. And, small as the hallway was, I STILL managed to have a hard time finding everything I needed to find. But at no time did the game feel unfair. Even finding that one lovely clue (that I'm not going to spoil here but I'm sure you know what I'm talking about because I'm sure I'm not the only one who struggled to find it) was not what I'd call unfair, because once you spotted it, it was pretty obvious and I felt like a dope. I also liked that you wrote a story for the game. It was short, but I think stories give context to what makes a game scary. You could have made the same game without any of the dialogue, and many of us would still have played and enjoyed it, but I love stories because they captivate us as players and make us want to find out what's going on. That's a good mechanic to have when your game involves things such as collecting papers, because many games give us no reason to want to collect the papers. Your story kept me intrigued enough to keep searching (even though I didn't find them all). Keep making games! I'm interested to see what kind of stories you will write when your games become lengthier! 

First of all thank you for uploading your video and sharing your experience! I really appreciate that! Yeah this was my first story-based game so I had a pretty rough time to create a story that could have to potential to let the player want to solve the case. I know what you mean the last "thing" you have to trigger in order to proceed is a bit hard to find at first but I wanted to integrate something that the player is not expecting. I am trying to improve as much as I can over the time and feedbacks like yours help me to do that so thank you! I would love to see you also on my upcoming projects! However keep up and have an great day! :)

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The door was hidden.
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This Game is Crazy scary 10/10 LxmeStudxos I didnt Escape Part 2 will all endings is coming soon!!

Youtuber: FifthLeafKeizzy

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Hahaha This Video Was Fun To Make!!! And A Really Fun Game To Play!!
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Twas the second game in my video where I played 3 Scary Games.

It was honestly one of the best looking indie games I've played and it has a lot of potential to become a full game.

Please develop more games, you know how to do so :)

O and the point of this comment, check out the video if you want to see "great" content. 

Thank you for uploading! :)

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VERY FUN GAME, ALMOST REMINDS ME OF DARK DECEPTION !!
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A Really creepy Atmosphere was created here, Not Sure what Einstein was all about. But he became my campanion through this experience. 

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Pretty cool horror experience. It's nice to see a PT-style game have an actual threat instead of just walking around with noises and jumpscares.  You did a nice job creating a dark and gloomy hotel atmosphere and a feeling of being trapped. Just a couple of critiques:  1)  It would have been cool to have some visual of the burned man while hiding in the closet. 2)  Although I got both endings, I felt like there wasn't enough story to fully explain the disappearances and what the burned man was all about, but maybe I just missed some information? Other than those two things, I enjoyed playing this and hope to see more projects from you.

Hey, so if you got both endings then you must have collected all the informations. But I know what you mean I think the ending got a bit to short or lets say not completely explained.. Iam going to try to improve on that aspect on my projects in the future. However thank you for the feedback and your video keep up! :)

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DONT GO FORWARD! very good game enjoyed
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Thanks for the awesome game! I left a couple critiques hope that's alright. It was a good time playing it!

Hi there,,

I would like to collaborate with you on your next projects.

I'm a game writer for various indie studios , and always on the lookout for new challengers.

My role as a writer is to formulate character / narrative driven documents , gaming and character backstories , as well as implementing puzzles and side quests.

I too have completed my first kinetic VN - Axiom Alternative. Available for purchase on STEAM, and very soon will be working on another VN project with a different studio, and Axiom Alternative 2 is currently available on STEAM. I'm up for any challenge, and would like the opportunity to show your studio what writing material I can bring to the table.

I'm currently working on a document for a psychological, horror type game. Maybe we could collab on future gaming projects.

Any questions, feel free to ask.

Regards,

Redewaan

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All I know is don't proceed forward. Go at your own risk!
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This was absolutely AWESOME! P.T style games are my favorite and this one was spot on! I did, however, get stuck at the last locked door puzzle and it took me longer than Id like to admit to figure it out (it was in plain sight) LOL But seriously awesome game!

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Thank you so much, great to hear that! Amazing video!

Thank you <3

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Having never got the chance to play P.T I'm happy to say this is the next closest thing! Having that feeling of impending doom around every corner had me on the edge of my seat every loop! Really good job! Let's not talk about how terrifying the monster is! 😱

 
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I really appreciate thanks! Awesome video :)

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I'm new to PT style games, but this genuinely is well done. (didn't finish because I got stuck and didn't have time to look up how to get past a part) Happy Spooky Month!

   
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Love it! Only thing is the hiding feature is a bit too dark.

Thanks!

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I am having ryzen 3 3200G with 8gb ram and Radeon vega 8 graphics card 3.6ghz.....will it work?

It should run but not that smooth you really have to disable depth of field and volumetric lighting

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this was a good twist to the p.t. style, this one has a interesting twist to it that i think makes it stand out! keep up the great work familia
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Thank you! :)

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Actually I was surprised by this. It has that P.T. vibe to it, but still different. Great entry.

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A solid entry that stands above a lot of the loop games that have come out in recent years. It hits the right notes, has a certain nuance in its storytelling, and strong production value. As someone who does always like to provide a critique if possible, I would say the hiding can get a little tedious at times, just considering there's only one spot and it's a pitch black screen rather than the "peek corner" other games use. Otherwise, this is a good game and a fun hour to spend, recommend to anyone who hasn't yet bowed out of the loop game subgenre. 

I totally agree I might should have added some kind of layer where the player can look through. Anyways thank you for the feedback and the video that you have uploaded!

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This was great 👍🏾 Enjoyed the story along with the gameplay. Keep it up 

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Was a pretty neat game! The looping corridor and the threat of the monster really did set the mood and all the objects in the corridor did liven up the place. The TV was really cool too! Only thing I would suggest to improve the game would be to inform the player that they have to look out for all the notes, and that one had to interact with the 'DOOR' wording on the wall; that part felt super random I I ended up roaming around the place for ages before having to look it up. Other than that, it was a pretty neat game!

Thank you for the honest feedback I really appreciate :)

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I awaken in a room where everything does not seem right... I must walk the corridor to the door. But something is wrong. The door just loops over and over... With an ever increasing horror in this hallway of doom, I must find a way to get out and survive. Thank you for making this game. I thought it was very well put together. It has a very spooky  atmosphere and some scary scenes. Well worth a play. Hope to see more from you.

Thank you! Thank you also for uploading your gameplay! :)

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Oh thank you so much I actually really liked this game.

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I am on Arch LInux. Really wanted to play the game, however, there was no option to change the resolution. Please do tell me how I can change the resolution as on my rig, the game's FPS drops.

There is no option to change the resolution you can only disable all the extras like volumetric lighting depth of field and stuff this might help

I strongly suggest to place one there as the game was lagging on my system. I can help you if you want if this game is made in Unity.

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Ótimo jogo. Achei um pouco fácil se esconder do inimigo, e tem poucas diferenças entre os loops, mas no geral uma boa experiência
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Really good game, better than Phasmophobia.

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If it was multiplayer i'd agree

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Amazing looking game! It was creep af :D Sadly i didn't get the good ending

Не плохо, но не понятно)

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I was extremely bad at the game but it was still fun so good job :D

btw I'm trying to reach 40 subs so if you guys enjoyed this video it would mean the world to me if you considered subscribing :)

Thanks! Great video :)

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Great job on making this horror game!  I was impressed with the atmosphere story and objective for this game.  I can tell a lot of work went into this horror game.  

Thank you very much I really appreciate that! I enjoyed your video keep up!

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Hi, this game appear really cool, but I can't play it on my Linux, the first room is locked, and there's a bug I can't open the door.

You might watch a video of someone here who already played the game to see if you missed anything to progress the game. If you found a bug then please leave some more details

About the bug, in the first room I wake up, and I look every thing there I go to the table and pick up the paper, at this time the door should unlock, but it doesn't happen, and I'm stuck in the room, unable to do anything else.

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I may not have played it EXACTLY the way it was meant- but this game is one that'll stick with me, as not only was it a blast to play, but kind of exactly the game I needed in a very vulnerable time, so thank you! To you and Einstein! 

Thank you for playing and uploading the game really enjoyed it! :)

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