wefeelgroove wrote: »
What's that thing that pokes out of the smokestack when you mouse over the window?
splash1 wrote: »
Geez, I hope this isn't a horror game, if it's even a game at all.
Rather Dashing wrote: »
You and I could not possibly be more different in opinion than we are at this very moment. I am madly in love with the atmosphere of "The Hidden People".
splash1 wrote: »
I like The Hidden People concept too, it's the 'horror' that I am worried about.
I'm really not a horror fan.
Wapcaplet wrote: »
I'm curious as to how a game could be presented. The Telltale Tool is built for 3D, and I wonder how the 2D beauty of Graham's art could be adapted. Or maybe it would be Paper-Mario-esque?
Flash does look like a more likely possibility, but that would be a first for Telltale.
Fury wrote: »
I didn't like The Hidden People really. I liked the atmosphere but I was expecting it to have a funny punchline at the end but it was just a lame horror.
But the music, the art style, atmopshere and all were really good. I think it would make a fantastic game. As long as the game isn't cheap and relies on screamers and lame horror elements, I think a darker adventure game could be fantastic.
It looks like a flash game though. But íf it's a series that would be good. I'm thinking it's either a single episode or a 5 part series.
2D Adventure games FTW!
We'll be releasing some products in the near future that would be much more small device friendly, and those, we certainly could find those on DS or iPhone.
puzzlebox wrote: »
Side by side:
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From the "Scoggins Erasers" page (vaguely creepy), "The Hidden People" video (hella creepy), and the children's TV program "David the Gnome" (not creepy in the slightest).
ShaggE wrote: »
Don't forget Roaming Gnome! (extremely creepy campy)