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Please Follow is another short and very tense psychological horror

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Please Follow from developer somewhat who also made Please (which I certainly enjoyed) recently released another short psychological horror. Much like their previous, it's a mix of a walking sim with some horror elements that rely on the environment and your own imagination to disturb you along with light puzzle elements.

In the official timeline, a lone surviving soldier ventures into the tunnels dug by the opposing forces. Deep inside the bowels of the battlefield, they come into contact with a presence that will open their mind to worlds and events better left unseen.

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Since I'm somewhat of a coward, I enjoy these short bursts into the weird and unnerving. It allows you to go through all the emotions and not be completely destroyed by one going on for tens of hours and I think it's great there's more like it being made.

The Linux version of Please Follow was made "based on manifest interest on past titles" but it's not been thoroughly tested.

You can find it for $1.99 on and they have a bundle of all their shorts for you to save some monies.

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scaine 7 Feb, 2020
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I know it's $2, but with my cynical hat on... that's 1m 40s of trailer that left me none-the-wiser about what this game is like. It's a point-n-click? Or maybe 3D? It's not giving off a huge 2D side-scroller vibe...

Meh. If a trailer doesn't give me any sense what I'll be doing in the game, I rarely care enough to dig deeper. That because (remember that I'm wearing my cynical hat) it's probably because gameplay looks bad.

Even with Liam's recommendation for Please, I think I'll give this a pass.
Cybolic 7 Feb, 2020
If you're into PS1 style horror and don't mind a bit of fiddling with Wine, then do also take a look at the compilation "disc" Haunted PS1 Demo Disc 2020 (it's just a normal compilation/bundle styled around a demo disc).
NeoTheFox 7 Feb, 2020
Just finished it, it was pretty much a perfect length and I loved the whole atmosphere.
Pit 8 Feb, 2020
So it seems those that played it like it.
I'm one of the crowd that, after watching the trailer, said 'No', scratching their head what this is all about.

I'd conclude they might get more sells without that trailer.....
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