Night Light, a short, atmospheric horror game made for the #30DayDev Jam, has you phasing between two worlds as you investigate a strange noise in your house in the middle of the night.
Something or someone has broken into your house in the middle of the night. Unsure of what is going on, you take your flashlight out to investigate. It just seems like a broken window, so you decide to go back to your bedroom – until you spot a strange worm-like creature sitting in your hallway.
This creature seems to be responsible for turning your home into some strange, blood red, dungeon full of weird monsters and metal grates. This place makes you feel funny, hurting your head as you explore to find a way back to your home. These grates have rooms under them, that you can see pretty clearly, as well as glowing red symbols. You are able to use these symbols to turn on and off your flashlight, phasing between being above the grates and in the rooms below, allowing you to explore more of this waking nightmare.
Night Light has a great sense of atmosphere and packs a remarkable amount of tension into it’s stylish pixel art world. A short and sinister little adventure that really sets you on edge.
Download Night Light Here (Win, Mac, & Linux)