Night Terrors: The Beginning
By Novum Analytics
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Lights Off. Headphones On. Survive.
Three years in the making, Night Terrors is a new breed of immersive entertainment. Employing one of the most advanced computer vision systems ever built, Night Terrors: The Beginning sets out to redefine the way people think of mobile entertainment.
Question reality. Face your fears. Explore the paranormal. Night Terrors will attack every one of your senses in an effort to deliver the most heart-thumping experience ever seen on mobile devices.
- Night Terrors is played indoors, at night, with the lights off, and headphones on.
- Part of the experience includes figuring out what to do.
Night Terrors: The Beginning is just that - a beginning. This is a small glimpse of what is to come. We will be continually updating with new content, and fright-filled, one-of-a-kind experiences.
Step into the future of mobile AR entertainment. Make it Reality Evolved™.
- Compatible with iPhone 5c / 5S / SE / 6 / 6+ / 6S / 6S+ / 7 / 7+ running iOS 9 or later.
- Not Compatible with Bluetooth Audio.
- Not Compatible with iPad devices (LED is required for this experience).
- Players understand and assume all risks of injury or property damage while playing Night Terrors.
What's New in Version 1.1
Small meta-data adjustments.
Added new screenshots.
Read the games description to understand better what you're getting yourself into or be lazy and read the reviews (which clearly are great)
This is really great I love it. First of at first I spent like 10 minutes walking around my home (which is small) and nothing happened. Then I noticed that the game said that it wasn't compatible with Bluetooth audio, so I plugged in my wired headphones and hell it was great. Even though the beginning of the game (where all the warnings and instructions pop up) I could hear the music, the game it self hasn't able to be heard with Bluetooth but when wired it was amazing. I saw a review that said that it was more for bing houses and at first I thought that. But when I noticed what you really need to do you really don't spend more than maybe like a minute or two to the show really begin. Yes, it's short but you really didn't pay 5.99 or something to play you only spent .99 cents. So to me it was really worth it. And definitely looking forward to the updates. In a future update it would be nice to have like a menu that we can choose which area are we playing. Whether it outdoors or indoors. And if there are people around maybe like the game recognizing a face and putting like a frightening face on them or something (like snap chat).
The games are great though.
A Good Start
I just want to say, I normally don't leave reviews, but this app legitimately blew my mind. The ambient sound, the camera effects, and the creepy radio transmissions are all super cool and scared the crap out of me. This demo is just that, a peek at what is to come in the full game this October. I am looking forward to seeing the new content that will come to this demo as we approach the launch date. As for now, this game has DEFINITELY piqued my interest and I am DEFINITELY buying the full game on launch day. My only complaint here isn't with the game, but the price. This is a 10 minute demo that costs 0.99 cents. I'm just saying, if you made this demo free, it would definitely make the game more accessible and popular for everyone. People are more likely to invest in something of they have a taste of it first. So yeah, I would recommend making this demo free either soon or near the launch date. Anyways, the game itself is amazing and gets five stars, I will definitely recommend this to my friends, because games like this often don't get the recognition they deserve and I really hope this game changes that. Keep up the good work, Novium!!!
I really, really dig this! I am a huge horror fan, or snob, so I had pretty high expectations for this one. I love the subtleties in the ambient noise and sound effects, it created a genuine creepy atmosphere which from a cinematic perspective is one of the hardest things to accomplish and it's that atmosphere which creates true horror and fear. The visuals were pretty well done also, there was one effect in particular that I absolutely loved, once again it was subtle and complimented the atmosphere the audio created, some others I didn't love as much, I won't reveal what exactly they were so I don't spoil it for future players, but I do hope the full version relies just as much on the atmosphere as it does quick jump scares, subtlety goes a long way in my opinion as it is the presence we are unable to see which generates true fear in all of us, rather than it jumping out and saying BOO! Well done.