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Video walkthrough for those who get stuck or those that want a sneak preview ;-)

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I finally got a chance to play this today and I must say well done! The FPEG style works great for the Killer Escape and Being One series (but also glad to hear you will still be doing P&C style games!) I love the fact that you tied the stories of the 2 series together, a huge plus for me on the narrative side of it. The graphics and atmosphere are excellent, has a sort of Nintendo 64 FPS vibe (a nice nostalgic feel that takes me back) but more polished and shiny :) The controls are smooth and accurate. The sound effects are very metallic/echoey which is a great touch of realism . The music is top notch. It gives a feeling of unease and urgency, especially in certain areas. All in all a great game. I definitely look forward to seeing more and how it all ends, or begins ;)

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Thanks so glad you enjoyed it - I 'may' or 'may not' be sticking with the FPEG format...

A lot of people seem to be missing the old 2D 3D rendered look and feel of the older games so I'm doing some tests - this may help people with lower end computers too - Will be putting a test project up soon so watch this space!

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Awesome, really been looking forward to this, and just in time for
Christmas! Thanks for offering it for free, but as always I'll be
purchasing it plus a little extra sometime this week to give my continued support :)

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That seems to be a nice gift from yeah Psionic Games! Thank you !!, keep those good games up, and please make Ghostscape 3 or sequel to "The Cabin" game, I would love to try those!

Ghostscape 3D is already available on here for FREE ;-)  https://psionicgames.itch.io/ghostscape-3d

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Being One 6 is out there and it's FREE for the next few days so get your grubby mits on it, play through and I hope you enjoy it!!

It goes without saying I have put lots of work into this game and I really REALLY need your support !!

A quick Tweet, a post on your Facebook page, a share on Reddit, Google+, a YOUTUBE video of you playing it all help to get my game noticed so I can continue to make these games.