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Wot I Think: White Night

By Adam Smith on March 18th, 2015.

White Night [official site] is an eye-catching game and no mistake. I’ve been attracted to it since the first screenshots appeared but I always feared that the remarkable graphics might be a beautifully crafted shroud on top of a mouldy corpse. Not so. This is a slight but satisfying horror game built around a consistently impressive monochrome lighting technique.

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Noir Survival Horror White Night Out Now

By Ben Barrett on March 4th, 2015.

This is a lot less spooky if you just assume dark-and-hatted has been walking backwards.

Our Adam first turned black and white with excitement about White Night [official site] back in January. It’s the story of a standard behatted 30s gent who, after a car crash, finds himself exploring a deserted (OR IS IT?!) mansion in search of help. Puzzles to solve and a night to survive, think Resident Evil with ghosts and all the colour drained out. It’s immediately interesting just to look at, and it’s available now on Steam. Trailers below.

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White Heat: White Night Is Beautifully Unnerving

By Adam Smith on January 15th, 2014.

White Night is a ‘narrative survival horror’ game that I first learned about earlier today. Two minutes later, I was as excited for its release as I am for just about any other game coming out this year. Not coincidentally, two minutes is the length of the most seductive trailers I’ve seen for a long time. We missed the video’s debut in October but now that the light of our lanterns has fallen upon it, I urge you to watch it without further ado. Think Alone in the Shadows and Fog of German Expressionism.

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