Slender: The Eight Pages 0.9.7 Beta
Free download Slender The Eight Pages, that is originally known as the Slender, can be downloaded for free indie-developed first-person survival horror video game released in June 2012 as a beta version for Microsoft Windows and OS X, using Unity.Gra engine is based on a fakeloric known as a thin man, who is known for kidnapping children in mysterious, dark settings.
Something About the Gameplay:
Slender The Eight Pages sites located in the middle of the woods at night and is played from a first person perspective. The aim of the player is to collect eight sites located in different parts of the forest, avoiding the thin man, faceless entity like humanoid with tentacles sprouting from his back appendages that appear when the player is on the brink of death. The player is equipped with a flashlight to see only darkness, has a limited battery life, and eventually closed permanently if not used for a long period of time.
The player character also has limited strength as running tire of character and reduce the maximum speed of the treadmill. Slender Man from time to time appear in the player’s field of view, and the game is when sanity or falls below a certain point (measured by the intensity of the static vice versa), or if the Slender Man comes in contact with the player, which is in turn and finish game. The game screen shows a slender man in “face” up close and flashes of static pulses. As the player collects pages, fog in the forest grows thicker and Slender Man appears closer to the player’s character, but slowly increases speed sprint as well.
Slender Man will not stop chasing a player, even if all eight sites were collected. When all parties are collected, one can walk for a few seconds in silence until they appear for you and the game ends. However, the credits can be viewed later, if all eight sites have been successfully downloaded, and new game modes are then opened. There is also a “grace period” at the beginning of the game, during which the Slender Man has been inactive for a few minutes until the player collects the first page. However, the level (of difficulty) increases already goes without downloading sites.
The end of the grace period is indicated by repeated stomping sound echoing in the background (also activated by collecting on the first page), which is likely to be emitted by a thin man in motion, and the player can heartbeat. This sound can be heard by the rest of the game and gradually becomes faster as more pages are collected, as well as several other sound layering. These sounds are low humming sound (pages 3-4), loud wind (pages 5-6), and then a mysterious and disturbing sound (page 7). Only once all eight sides are collected on the detention of sounds. Slender: The Arrival is a sequel to this.