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Domino House is an upcoming slightly creepy escape room puzzler

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Releasing later this year in October, Domino House is a 2D escape-room styled point and click puzzler with a somewhat creepy feel to it. Developed by Canadian indie developer Ludivine Cormier of Purple Cable, their focus is on retro-style 2D games with Domino House being their first commercial title.

Trapped in a strange house filled with mysterious dominoes, creatures, and other interactive objects your only task is to escape. So it's a bit of a hidden object point and click puzzle game all blended together, along with different mini-games each with their own rules that you can find throughout the house.

Feature Highlight:

  • Over 25 different scenes
  • 15 rooms
  • Additional compartments
  • Two mini-games
  • Singular art style
  • Ambient music
  • Many secrets!

You can try the demo on Steam. According to the info, their plan is for a full release on October 28.

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flesk 22 Aug
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I just finished the demo, and I liked it a lot. Definitely going to buy the full game once it's released.
Liam Dawe 22 Aug
Quoting: fleskI just finished the demo, and I liked it a lot. Definitely going to buy the full game once it's released.
The person in the painting freaked me out a little, I will admit. Has a lot of freaky charm to it.
flesk 22 Aug
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Quoting: Liam Dawe
Quoting: fleskI just finished the demo, and I liked it a lot. Definitely going to buy the full game once it's released.
The person in the painting freaked me out a little, I will admit. Has a lot of freaky charm to it.

Yes, I think it has a bit of the same atmosphere as the games from Killmonday Games and Atmos Games. Not really scary, but creepy for sure. The puzzles in the demo weren't overly difficult, but some of the hints were very subtle, and took some looking around to figure out. Took me almost an hour to complete.
furaxhornyx 23 Aug
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Same here, just finished the demo. It was quite a nice experience, I'll add it to wishlist for now
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