Kabin is a tense and atmospheric first person horror game where you need to manage your light sources and solve puzzles while uncovering the dark past of the log cabin you’re trapped in.
In Kabin you find yourself trapped inside a remote cabin that’s shrouded in darkness, save for the dim light of a couple of fireplaces and the occasional flash of lighting. Thankfully though there’s also a Zippo lighter and a bunch of candles scattered around the place so can use them to help search the cabin for clues and some means of escape.
Aside from the occasional frustrations with the slightly clumsy way you interact with objects, Kabin is a very polished experience considering it’s a prototype. Of particular note is the visual design and lighting effects. While most first person horror games are content to thrust a flashlight into your hand and turn off the lights to build tension, Kabin takes a much better approach. Each new object you light casts its own light, allowing you to control how dark the game is and it plays some great tricks with the shadows – particularly when the lightning strikes. A creepy and cerebral little horror adventure well worth shining a light on.
Important Note: Press “E” to open the box
Download The Kabin Prototype Here (Windows)