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- Atmospheric first-person horror packed with frights
- STEALTH through a haunted school and battle Ghosts in the Dead of night
- Dynamic scare system: the higher the difficulty, the more terrors there are
- Solve head-scratching puzzles and discover cunningly hidden secrets to uncover the school's diabolical history
- Multiple endings depending on your actions and conversation choices
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Prepare yourself for the scariest game of the year! when a good deed goes awry you and your fellow students are Locked inside your school at night, hunted by a killer janitor and Haunted by the troubled souls of the dead. Can you remain hidden, solve the clues and uncover the dark secrets of the building's past to survive the deadly threats? or will the after-class horror claim your life before you can escape?
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It never saw a western release... until now that is!
The game has been completely remade for modern consoles and has been released worldwide for everyone to enjoy.
This game has been called one of the scariest of all time and I agree.
If you want a creepy, atmospheric scare-fest this is the game for you!
The game is being sold for half the price of a newly released game, so you're getting a great deal!
With multiple endings this game will keep you coming back for more!
A boy finds a girl's diary at school and goes to return it to her at night. That's just for starters, as ghosts and hidden nightmares are gradually uncovered. There is more to the school than first meets the eye. Who can you trust? Who is out to get you? Forget about weapons - in White Day, as in all horror games, you are hopelessly outnumbered. You'd be better off memorizing good hiding spots and running whenever you can.
Obviously, the endings will depend on your actions and dialog choices. You'll need to play through several times to unlock them all (and if WD is like Dead Rising or Resident Evil, there will be at least half a dozen endings). Have fun and enjoy the endless jump scares!