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What is Cain?

Cain is a first person horror game where you play a cursed game on TV. 

Be careful, there will be something to keep you company.

Features :

  • High quality graphic.
  • High quality sound effects.
  • Retro style graphics typical of late 80s games.
  • About 25-30 minutes of gameplay.
Updated 15 days ago
Published 25 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(3)
AuthorChristopher Laino
GenreSimulation
Tags1-bit, Creepy, First-Person, Horror, Pixel Art, Psychological Horror, Survival Horror

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Cain - 64 bit 146 MB
Cain - 32 bit 144 MB

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(+1)

Played your game on a Live Stream. Very unique. Keep up the great work.

This game is literally what I fear every night when I'm playing a horror game at 2am. And I also really like the whole Game within a game concept. Keep up the good work!

Good Job <3

(-1)

Gave it a go, I'd agree with Ryshou that it could be scarier, there was a lot of under-utilized moments, situations where tension and horror could be so much greater, but all miss opportunities. 

A game inside a game... it works. While playing Cain, I was telling myself I needed to pay attention, and split my focus as necessary. As I’m sitting there trying to finish a level, I’m hearing things, or sometimes seeing things that makes me wonder if I’m in more trouble than I think. And I LOVE a horror game that’s set in a real-world environment and down-to-earth, believable world, where your home is no longer safe.  

To me, the game works best when the horror really starts ramping up, but it would’ve been nice to experience more of it. I’m a big fan of the “slow burn” form of horror, as jump scares are usually cheap and overdone. But in Cain, a few well-placed jump scares would’ve done their job well, especially if something happens in the player’s peripheral vision when their focus on their game is at its peak. I love what’s here, but I craved a little more of it. 

Pretty cool idea! I liked it! just wish it was a little more scary lol

I like game it was really cool