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Lost in a Forest

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This game is a parody of horror games, rather than running and hiding from the monster you are now able to fight back! Collect money, buy weapons, repel the enemy! The goal is still the same, you need to find the documents and stay alive, but you'll have to look harder than before. Use the compass, do not stick to pathways, and try not to stare at him for too long.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3/ Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • Processor: 2 ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • Processor: 3 ghz
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 300 MB available space
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"Lost in a Forest" is a Slender parody. As in the Original, we are allowed to find individual Pages in a Wooded area in certain Places. Once we've collected the first Piece of Paper, a Kind of Slenderman keeps popping up that, as in the Original, we shouldn't be looking at for long if possible, otherwise that will have a negative Impact on our Health. The big Difference from the Original: We are not defenceless. We can count the Slendermen. With everything we find: Coladoses made of Vending machines, Fire Extinguishers, car Tyres, Cats or whole Klos. Defeated Enemies are dropping Bundles Of Money that we can use to buy new Coladoses at Colado Machines. Technically, the Game is a weak Unity game as you know it and has all too often seen it. The basic Problem: The Game is only partially weird. Although some Ideas may be quite nice, such as a dancing Slenderman you find in a House, the Game at its core and almost all the Playing Time is nothing more than a moderate Slender variation with weak Pacing. The Fact That I can throw with Klos does not directly irritate the Comic center for me. Rather, it makes you raise an Eyebrow. Rating: 5/10 Atmosphere 4/10 Story 5/10 Graphic 5/10 Sound 5/10 Game Mechanics 5/10 Balancing 5/10 Game Pass Conclusion: I'll meet You with a Loo, you Slender du. 5/10 Overall Rating
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For the few Pennies a really fun game, much better than the previous Reviews suggest. You throw the Monsters with everything you find in the Forest, these are Car Tires, mixing cats, Petrol Canisters, fire Extinguishers, log bowls, Everything possible. Every monster hit drops a Bundle of Money, but you can buy Coladoses in the Warehouses, which look like Vending Machines and stand at the various Stations, with which you can also throw the Monsters. As a result, you don't get an Ammunition Shortage, because Coladosen has always plugged in enough. There are nine different Stations where a Map is hidden, these Cards must also be collected, the Progress is shown at the top Of The Screen. This sounds like a leisurely Walk, but it's not easy again, on the first Try I died and didn't know why. It is easy to put down the Monsters as quickly as possible, the longer they look at you, the emptier the Life Bar becomes. You can fully replenish the Life bar even with a "Beverage Vending Machine." All in all, a very simple knitted but nevertheless well-entertaining Game for in between. Something expensive is that you can select the different Throwing Bullets only by Scrolling with the Mouse, which is sometimes very tedious until you have found the desired Part. If you want to slay the next Monster eg with a screaming Cat, it is advisable to select it in advance and take it in your Hand. If the Monster is already in front of one, it makes no Sense to go in search of The Cat by Scrolling rumbles. Because as I said, the Glimpses of the Monster suck the Beams of life empty, so a Search Can quickly end fatally. Keyboard Shortcuts would certainly be advantageous, so you could switch much faster. The Game probably won't captivate you for hours in front of the PC, but still is a successful and fun Mini-Game, you really can't expect more for the little Money. While I was playing it, no Bugs or Game Breaks occurred.
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