White Night

The dark will reveal all!
Explore the macabre past of an old mansion in the 1930's and solve puzzles of light and shadows in this fully black & white survival horror! Players are trapped in this nightmare where darkness is a constant threat!

Classic Survival-Horror 3D Mechanics:

Solve puzzles of lights and shadows to survive.

Shed Light on the Mysteries of the Mansion:

Collect matches to light your way and reveal the next passage.

Dark Entities Lurk in the Shadows:

Avoid apparitions to continue your search for answers.

Immerse Yourself in the Noir:

Unique art style engrosses the player in the tone of Film Noir.
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows Vista
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 2.60 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Geforce GTS 250 or Radeon HD 4770
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 2 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c or later compatible sound device
Minimum Requirements
OS: OSX 10.8
Processor: Intel Core i5, 2.5GHz Quad-Core
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8800m / ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro / Intel HD 3000
Storage: 8 GB available space
Minimum Requirements
OS: Ubuntu 12.04
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 2.60 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Geforce GTS 250 or Radeon HD 4770
Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Artistically inspired and masterfully written, White Night is a classic survival horror that any fan should play, despite some flaws in the control and saving systems.

  • White Night practically drips with gorgeous neo-Teutonic expressionist visuals and maintains a foreboding, suffocating atmosphere not felt since the first Alone In The Dark game. The occasional camera issues and deliberately old school save system prevent it from achieving it's full potential but this is a very strong, atmospheric offering that will keep you playing long into the night.

  • Aside from a few minor frustrations, White Night as a whole should be considered a success. The narrative answers just about every question you could possibly have about the story - even the ones you may not have considered, such as "why are there so many matches lying around this forsaken mansion?" And, though the game’s graphical merits may not sell copies, it is for me, as good a reason as any to jump in and experience this Hitchcockian adventure.

  • The OSome studio managed to create a very competent survival horror game that builds its atmosphere through story elements instead of constant battling of zombies. Fans of the genre should give White Night a try.

  • Despite some heavy trial-and-error and jagged edges, White Night combines mansion horror like Resident Evil with an intriguing black and white art design.

  • White Night is a gorgeous, unexpected surprise, crafted by a three-person team. Despite some issues (most notably the camera movement and some frustrating moments), it's a good and original survival horror. Keep a spare pair of underwear at hand.

  • White Night’s biggest achievement though is clearly the terrifying atmosphere that pervades throughout its duration. Though certainly not absolving the game of its other flaws, the sense of dread and fear is palpable and in a genre which has largely neglected the finer aspects of its craft, White Night stands out as an exceptional, yet mechanically imperfect proposition.

  • White Night is a successful mixture of adventure and survival-horror genre. While the game manages to give a good scare, unpleasant camera angles and buggy controls degrade the overall experience.

  • CD-Action

    White Night looks good, sounds great but gameplay-wise it’s unfortunately unpolished. [05/2015, p.70]

  • White Night is a pretty well crafted survival horror game. You’ll get scared. Unfortunately for it, a few niggling mechanical issues linger through to the released version of the game and dampens the experience somewhat. Otherwise, it is a thoroughly enjoyable game, at a very minimal cost, for fans of the genre.

  • Badly-designed action scenes make it so difficult to enjoy the story which is good enough for a cool visual novel.

  • White Night could have been one of the best horror games in recent years. It has a great, creepy atmosphere, demanding puzzles and an original look. It's a shame that after only a few moments everything stops being enjoyable due to some very questionable gameplay solutions. Camerawork, saving system and a weird play style don't make the player more scared, they make him more frustrated.

  • LEVEL (Czech Republic)

    Horror piece sacrificed everything for its artistic stylization. And that includes even gameplay. Game is very confusing and frustrating after a while. [Issue#252]

  • Although this noire horror offers engaging stylizations and many exciting moments, it is often confusing and consequently frustrating. It could be a very interesting combination of survival horror and classic adventure game – it was close but not close enough.

  • It remains faithful to its influences and loyal to its theme, but when its misgivings contribute to make it such an irritating experience, it’s impossible to overlook them.

  • A great looking game, but its beauty is only skin deep.

White Night
$14.99 $5.25
Title: White Night
Genre: Adventure
Released: 3 March 2015
Developer: OSome Studio
Publisher: Plug In Digital
  • Single-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Full controller support
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