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Dec
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comment What makes a good jump scare?
[2/2] I set just another step, afraid of what will happen, but nothing changes. She is still crying, and I'm just standing there. With fear in my fingers, knowing that I cannot escape the doom I'm about to enter, I press the W button again and SCREAM! It turns around instant and start screaming like hell. I jump scare like I never did before, while I trow my mouse away as a reaction. After calming down, I found out that she's gone and left a note. So yes, unexpected jump-scares can get you scared, but this one will haunt me forever
Dec
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comment What makes a good jump scare?
[1/2] Although I mostly agree with you, it is not totally true. A while back ago I was playing Slender: the arrival, in the spirit of Halloween (whoehoe). Anyway, I came across this "torn apart" house and upon entering I hear a female crying. Given the type of game, and that it was dark, I knew something was up. I backed out and first checked the surroundings, but I knew I had to enter and face her. So I enter the room and see that "monster" crying facing away from me. I set one step into the room, and nothing happens. A couple more steps, and still nothing changed, she is still crying.
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comment webgame engine how does it works
alright, i understand it... it's not something small...
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