A downloadable game for Windows

Antonio's time to face his consequences have come. A debt between enemies will have to be paid to escape this labyrinth of hate in this 80's styled horror/thriller inspired by Shakespeare's "The Merchant Of Venice".

More information

Published 70 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(1)
AuthorNickDew
TagsDark, Experimental, First-Person, Horror, Neon, suspense

Install instructions

This game was built as apart of AUT's digital design course. 

Merchant v 1.3:

Fix Notes

- Fixed an issue with the 3D sound not being directional + being backwards.
- Added new death sound.
- Modified the volume of enemies in relation to their distance with the player.
- Added coin pick up sound.
- Added stamina system, removed fovkick.
- Fixed an error that the death screen would take you to the exterior level when no input was detected.
- Adjusted enemy speed
- Adjusted brightness of exterior level
- Adjusted prop positions.


Merchant v 1.2:

Fix Notes

- Introduced stamina bar, can no longer sprint indefinitely
- Updates user UI

Merchant1.1:

Fix Notes

- Fixed an error with the enemies getting stuck on each other
- Built in a quit function to exit the game
- Fixed an error where the end screen wouldn't reset to the menu screen when 'space' is pressed

Merchant1:

The game lacks a quit function, due to the fact it will be on show for the public to use, and we didn't want people quitting out of the game during the show. This feature will be added in an updated version of the game.

Download

Download
Merchant1.3.rar 142 MB
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Merchant1.2.rar 146 MB
Download
Merchant1.1.rar 146 MB
Download
Merchant1.rar 147 MB

Comments

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Fun stuff, liked the neon aesthetic.

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That disembodied head freaked the crap out of me the first time I saw it! This game has a lot of polish and fits the aesthetic of the soundtrack quite well!

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this was so much more intense than I thought it would be...

Thank you for playing! Awesome video, we appreciate the response. We have also found and fixed the bug that sends you back to the beginning