August 10, 2011 3:00 PM | Michael Rose
Oh god. I'm not a huge fan of games that use jump-out-of-your-seat tactics and pitch-black darkness as a way of creating horror and tension - if I'm going to do horror, it has to be genuinely scary. Andrew Shouldice's Hide, created for the Super Friendship Club's Justice Pageant, features plenty of lights in the darkness - and you spend the whole time trying to run away from them.
Finding yourself in a field at night time, with sirens blaring away in the distance, you're left to explore the surrounding area and work out a means of escape. I won't go into any more detail than that, as I really don't want to spoil anything. It's gorgeously, terrifyingly atmospheric, and demands 10 minutes of your time.
Go give it a download from the SFC forums. (Cheers Ian!)