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A Classic Horror For A New Generation - The cult-classic, first-person Korean survival horror considered by many to be the scariest game in history returns by popular demand. Completely rebuilt for modern gamers, and finally localized for a western audience, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is a true video game nasty
Spine-Tingling Story - You and your fellow classmates must carefully explore the corridors by torchlight, hiding from possessed stalkers and running from evil spirits. With branching dialogue, collectable ghost stories and multiple endings dependent on your choices, White Day will chill you to the core many times
Mind-Bending Puzzles - Thanks to an environment filled with classically-styled survival horror puzzles, White Day tests your brain as much as your run button. Collect items, solve riddles and race against the clock to save your friends from certain doom and unpick the secrets of the school
Cheaters Never Prosper - This school’s wise to those who want to take shortcuts! Puzzle solutions change every time, so pack away all thoughts of skipping the scary bits with a guide
Forget the sweats brought on by surprise math tests: the horrors roaming the halls of Yeondoo High School can outright kill you. Unfortunately, when a good deed for a fellow student goes wrong you’re locked in with them all overnight. With not even a pointy pencil to hide behind you’ve got to carefully creep through the dark corridors and lecture halls in a psychological first-person fright fest brimming with supernatural terrors, hidden secrets and classic survival horror genre puzzles. All the while, a killer janitor stalks your every move as you make a frantic bid for freedom.
Official Release Date
Aug 29, 2017
ESRB Teen Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
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