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Fight the Horror: A multiplayer, heart-thumping, survival horror role-playing thriller game that you can’t miss!
Dizzy and stumbling, you are corralled into a pitch-black room with other people. You recognize a few of them, but you are not sure. They sit in the room, distant and detached. A screen flickers to life and a strange, illusory story starts and enrapture you and your fellow captives. One and all hold on their breath… Suddenly, you find yourself in the middle of a city you seem to remember from your past. Something isn’t right. To survive in this strange timeline and have a chance to escape, you have to solve all puzzles and defeat the insidious boss lurking behind all this! The situation is dire and dangerous, but you are no longer alone!

Game features:
Online multiplayer mode for nine players: Three people work in a team and three teams total will compete against each other.
A suspense game based on real stories: Adapted from seven historical events in Macao with various endings depending on player’s choices.
Diversified gameplay: To solve suspenseful puzzles, kill powerful monsters, and survive suspicious mechanisms.
Unique worship and burial system: death is not the end, but the beginning of another chapter.

From the Producer:
If I can own only one game in my life, I’ll choose Fight the Horror.
Time and again, I often wonder if the Twisted World exists, and I am trapped there permanently with no escape. I wouldn’t meet Death nor would I feel hungry. Besides, I would have all the time in the world with me, and my friends would be in the Twisted World as well. If I could bring only one game with me, which one would it be?

I think if I brought one, it would have to be a horror game. My friends would be there, but I wouldn’t necessarily want them to watch me play. Just like I wouldn’t want to stand there and watch them play. I hope we could feel the thrill and excitement in the game together, but the game has to be uber scary even though I play with my friends. Smacking zombies could be boring, so I would delight in suspenseful plots. I also love a game that leaves us some room to reflect and review.

Furthermore, I like to move around when I play a game. To me, a game has to be more than just mashing the mouse, opening the door, even watching an ad… I crave for fascinating upgrades and elements for collection in the game, but I do not necessarily want to pay extra for things all the time. I want to earn them. I hope this is a game that will continue on for a long time. I hope this is a game that can bring us lots of fun no matter when we play it.

It’s a shame that I haven’t found a game like that, so I hope for the time being, the Twisted World wouldn’t happen to me, yet. When Fight the Horror is out, I will bring this game to there, and make it my paradise! b4d347fde0



Title: Fight the Horror
Genre: Action, Indie
Developer:
4DMACAU
Publisher:
4DMACAU
Release Date: 9 Apr, 2019


Minimum:

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7,Windows 8.1,Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4430 / AMD FX-6300
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB /AMD Radeon R7 370 2GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 30 GB available space

English,Japanese,Traditional Chinese



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Love the Chinese settings. Female character's punches can be funny. Don't understand some of the settings. But not bad.. I'm not gonna lie, I was really hoping this would be something good. As a fan of Dead by Daylight dying for a new horror mutiplayer experience on par with Soul at Stake (a game I loved but is now essentially unplayable in North America since migrating the servers specifically for China). While I respect what the developers are trying to do, this is just not a good game. In fact, it was a massive let down.

https:\/\/gaming.youtube.com\/watch?v=9Z69uPIEl6c<\/a>

It seems like the whole goal is to go around and explore areas for specific items or trinkets you need to kind of offer up as a sacrifice to cleanse the city you are roaming around. You are pitted against a small group of enemies (I encountered three) including a man\/woman spider-like creature that looked like something you might find on the Unity asset store that may or may not attack you. If it doesn't, it will attack the wall, a random table, or the air behind them. That creature in particular will lurch forward and knock you down, and unless you luck out you WILL die since it attacks faster than you can stand back up. Basically, the enemy A.I. is broken.

When you die, you turn into a free-floating spirit who can either weep or spawn a gambling chip by spamming the Y button on the controller. I won't lie, I have no idea what you are supposed to do at this point, and it's not mentioned in the tutorial. All I know is a random wraith took me away and gave me a second chance out of nowhere. You have a limited inventory as well, so chances are you will run out of room looking for the things you need to cleanse the city and go back to base before you find a synthesizing workbench or place to sacrifice the objects within the twenty-four hours you are given to do it.

And this leaves the city which, well, looks like it wants to be classic Devil May Cry for a modern gamer, but it just looks like a ton of assets hatily thrown together to resemble one. In the playthrough video above you can see me happening upon a random wooden cabinet in an alleyway for no reason whatsoever, which can't even be opened. I also wound up opening things without even facing them, just having been in their general direction. You can even get tripped upon and have to jump over the tiniest of humps, like I did during a run in the tutorial (see video below) when trying to go up a flight of stairs and clear the top of it to go forward.

As for the controls, it at least handles ok. It wants to be Dark Souls (in fact you can tell the developers trying to recreate that experience) but ends up more like a less tankier original Resident Evil 2 special edition with analog controls. And of course there's a stamina meter. Why wouldn't there be one that drains when you attack, jump, or that everso tiresome act of just standing around blocking by crossing your arms? And finally don't bother with your keyboard as the whole game is set up to use the controller, and the mouse sensitivity is almost impossible to reel in, even when lowering the dpi on your mouse physically.

https:\/\/youtu.be\/hP8nH9vEpVI<\/a>

As someone who loved the PlayStation 2 era of gaming, even PlayStation 1 [note I was born in '85 and gaming since the NES], this game was very appealing. Looking inspired by some of the most enjoyable horror games of the time in a multiplayer setting was something like a dream come true. However, this title has potential, but it handles like you pay $20 US ($14.99 release date price) for an early beta\/early access release. Fight the Horror feels rough and unfinished. Most of what exists would be laughable if you weren't too busy trying to wrap your head around how poorly executed all but some the controls are. Maybe if 4DMACAU puts a good deal more work into it this will be something moderately enjoyable, but for now just stay far, far away rom this one.. From what I see in the game, the developers tried to make something different.
It may be a good idea but it's still lack of something.
There's potential for this to be good.. Love the Chinese settings. Female character's punches can be funny. Don't understand some of the settings. But not bad.. I'm not gonna lie, I was really hoping this would be something good. As a fan of Dead by Daylight dying for a new horror mutiplayer experience on par with Soul at Stake (a game I loved but is now essentially unplayable in North America since migrating the servers specifically for China). While I respect what the developers are trying to do, this is just not a good game. In fact, it was a massive let down.

https:\/\/gaming.youtube.com\/watch?v=9Z69uPIEl6c<\/a>

It seems like the whole goal is to go around and explore areas for specific items or trinkets you need to kind of offer up as a sacrifice to cleanse the city you are roaming around. You are pitted against a small group of enemies (I encountered three) including a man\/woman spider-like creature that looked like something you might find on the Unity asset store that may or may not attack you. If it doesn't, it will attack the wall, a random table, or the air behind them. That creature in particular will lurch forward and knock you down, and unless you luck out you WILL die since it attacks faster than you can stand back up. Basically, the enemy A.I. is broken.

When you die, you turn into a free-floating spirit who can either weep or spawn a gambling chip by spamming the Y button on the controller. I won't lie, I have no idea what you are supposed to do at this point, and it's not mentioned in the tutorial. All I know is a random wraith took me away and gave me a second chance out of nowhere. You have a limited inventory as well, so chances are you will run out of room looking for the things you need to cleanse the city and go back to base before you find a synthesizing workbench or place to sacrifice the objects within the twenty-four hours you are given to do it.

And this leaves the city which, well, looks like it wants to be classic Devil May Cry for a modern gamer, but it just looks like a ton of assets hatily thrown together to resemble one. In the playthrough video above you can see me happening upon a random wooden cabinet in an alleyway for no reason whatsoever, which can't even be opened. I also wound up opening things without even facing them, just having been in their general direction. You can even get tripped upon and have to jump over the tiniest of humps, like I did during a run in the tutorial (see video below) when trying to go up a flight of stairs and clear the top of it to go forward.

As for the controls, it at least handles ok. It wants to be Dark Souls (in fact you can tell the developers trying to recreate that experience) but ends up more like a less tankier original Resident Evil 2 special edition with analog controls. And of course there's a stamina meter. Why wouldn't there be one that drains when you attack, jump, or that everso tiresome act of just standing around blocking by crossing your arms? And finally don't bother with your keyboard as the whole game is set up to use the controller, and the mouse sensitivity is almost impossible to reel in, even when lowering the dpi on your mouse physically.

https:\/\/youtu.be\/hP8nH9vEpVI<\/a>

As someone who loved the PlayStation 2 era of gaming, even PlayStation 1 [note I was born in '85 and gaming since the NES], this game was very appealing. Looking inspired by some of the most enjoyable horror games of the time in a multiplayer setting was something like a dream come true. However, this title has potential, but it handles like you pay $20 US ($14.99 release date price) for an early beta\/early access release. Fight the Horror feels rough and unfinished. Most of what exists would be laughable if you weren't too busy trying to wrap your head around how poorly executed all but some the controls are. Maybe if 4DMACAU puts a good deal more work into it this will be something moderately enjoyable, but for now just stay far, far away rom this one.. From what I see in the game, the developers tried to make something different.
It may be a good idea but it's still lack of something.
There's potential for this to be good.. I'm not gonna lie, I was really hoping this would be something good. As a fan of Dead by Daylight dying for a new horror mutiplayer experience on par with Soul at Stake (a game I loved but is now essentially unplayable in North America since migrating the servers specifically for China). While I respect what the developers are trying to do, this is just not a good game. In fact, it was a massive let down.

https:\/\/gaming.youtube.com\/watch?v=9Z69uPIEl6c<\/a>

It seems like the whole goal is to go around and explore areas for specific items or trinkets you need to kind of offer up as a sacrifice to cleanse the city you are roaming around. You are pitted against a small group of enemies (I encountered three) including a man\/woman spider-like creature that looked like something you might find on the Unity asset store that may or may not attack you. If it doesn't, it will attack the wall, a random table, or the air behind them. That creature in particular will lurch forward and knock you down, and unless you luck out you WILL die since it attacks faster than you can stand back up. Basically, the enemy A.I. is broken.

When you die, you turn into a free-floating spirit who can either weep or spawn a gambling chip by spamming the Y button on the controller. I won't lie, I have no idea what you are supposed to do at this point, and it's not mentioned in the tutorial. All I know is a random wraith took me away and gave me a second chance out of nowhere. You have a limited inventory as well, so chances are you will run out of room looking for the things you need to cleanse the city and go back to base before you find a synthesizing workbench or place to sacrifice the objects within the twenty-four hours you are given to do it.

And this leaves the city which, well, looks like it wants to be classic Devil May Cry for a modern gamer, but it just looks like a ton of assets hatily thrown together to resemble one. In the playthrough video above you can see me happening upon a random wooden cabinet in an alleyway for no reason whatsoever, which can't even be opened. I also wound up opening things without even facing them, just having been in their general direction. You can even get tripped upon and have to jump over the tiniest of humps, like I did during a run in the tutorial (see video below) when trying to go up a flight of stairs and clear the top of it to go forward.

As for the controls, it at least handles ok. It wants to be Dark Souls (in fact you can tell the developers trying to recreate that experience) but ends up more like a less tankier original Resident Evil 2 special edition with analog controls. And of course there's a stamina meter. Why wouldn't there be one that drains when you attack, jump, or that everso tiresome act of just standing around blocking by crossing your arms? And finally don't bother with your keyboard as the whole game is set up to use the controller, and the mouse sensitivity is almost impossible to reel in, even when lowering the dpi on your mouse physically.

https:\/\/youtu.be\/hP8nH9vEpVI<\/a>

As someone who loved the PlayStation 2 era of gaming, even PlayStation 1 [note I was born in '85 and gaming since the NES], this game was very appealing. Looking inspired by some of the most enjoyable horror games of the time in a multiplayer setting was something like a dream come true. However, this title has potential, but it handles like you pay $20 US ($14.99 release date price) for an early beta\/early access release. Fight the Horror feels rough and unfinished. Most of what exists would be laughable if you weren't too busy trying to wrap your head around how poorly executed all but some the controls are. Maybe if 4DMACAU puts a good deal more work into it this will be something moderately enjoyable, but for now just stay far, far away rom this one.. From what I see in the game, the developers tried to make something different.
It may be a good idea but it's still lack of something.
There's potential for this to be good.. From what I see in the game, the developers tried to make something different.
It may be a good idea but it's still lack of something.
There's potential for this to be good.



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