enjoy the play game! 재밌게 플레이 했어요~
A downloadable game for Windows
Trapped is a 3D horror game where you are a journalist stuck in a long abandoned psychiatric facility. Unable to leave through the elevator system, you find yourself trapped until you can uncover what horrible experiments were conducted at this facility and lay some long-lost souls to rest.
Adrian Chin (Game Designer)
S.Narishvin a/l Sukumaran (Game Producer & Lead Designer)
Kevin Lim (Lead Programmer)
Chelsea Weeks (3D Modeller and GUI Artist)
Foo Lee Ying (Lead Artist, Environment & Lighting)
Chua Chee Hung (3D Artist)
Produced as part of a student assignment Bachelor of Game Development (Hons) KDU University College - Glenmarie Games Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kdugamedevelopment Website: http://gamedev.kdu.edu.my
Download the zip file, Unzip and run Build.exe
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I was a little hard on this game during my Lumps Plays, but I didn't mean anything in bad taste! I thought this was really good for a group student projects (group projects alone are a nightmate) so I think it's great you all pulled this off! I didn't experience any bugs or anything.
I didn't quite understand the purpose behind anything that was happening, but the experience itself was fun to flesh out and explore.
Hope you got a good grade! Enjoy the Lumps Play I made (pop up commentary? wtf??)
I didn't realize this was a student assignment until I decided to throw a comment here. In that case, this was awesome! Preferably, I find serial killers to create a much more frightening environment than the undead. I still find this to be acceptable though.
Oh my! Love the game I wish there was more exploration but overall it was a great experience! Keep up the amazing work! :)
This was fun, wish there was a little more in the way of gameplay but the scares got me almost every time!
Loved this game! Very well done for a student project and hope to see more from the team, keep it up!
Pretty good, especially for a student assignment project. Showed a solid understanding of the horror genre. It looked fairly nice too. That said, I do feel like it could have benefited from some more interactivity, as there wasn't much for the player to do besides go from one spooky event to the next. Neat job overall though!