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As a developer myself my first thought when I saw this game featured was, “Those echo effects are soooo cool!” And after buying it I gotta say this is very well made. I never been a fan of scary movies nor especially games, but I love puzzles (Monument Valley is a fav) and avoiding red stuff you can’t see didn’t seem that scary. I have bought it now, love the price btw, and surprised myself that that aspect is actually a bit scary. I’m good and think this game is awesome! But if you really don’t like horror (I wasn’t exactly frightened just nervous- I’m very competitive) even if it doesn’t seem all that creepy— beware.
Ok, I love this game, but it’s sometimes glitchy and always annoying. I’m just salty because it’s hard, but seriously one time I threw a rock and lead all of the monsters into one corner, and when I lead all of the back, one of them teleported or something. There was still one there when they clearly all left. (I counted) It’s a great concept, but maybe a level maker would be cool. I understand if you can’t implement my ideas, but I just think it would make the game a little bit more interesting. I’m stuck on level XXXIII and it’s glitchy as heck. If it’s not the glitches, I’m just dumb but I seriously don’t know how to beat it. I looked up a walkthrough and still couldn’t beat it, so I might delete it. But anyway, it’s a good game that needs more features.
Ok, this is a horror game, but it’s disappointingly not that scary, but who cares? This game is absolutely amazing. It uses a great mechanic, has great sound, and is very, VERY hard at times. Really, the only thing that’s scary is the enemies. They sometimes come out of nowhere and and that causes you to panic and accidentally run right into them. Also, the death sound effect. Holy crap, the death sound effect. It starts with a scream, then you hear bones cracking, blood spattering, and chunks of flesh falling to the ground. It’s delightful. Sarcasm intended.
I am a huge scaredy cat and can’t watch scary movies or anything because I end up crying, and this game is definitely really creepy and scary. But it is such a thrill playing this game. I was frightened but could not stop playing this game. I love that it makes you think, strategize, and keeps you on your toes. I have finished this game and still replay and replay! I love this!
This game is amazing! I just can’t believe I forgot to read it years ago when I first tried it! I’ve never played anything like it & I play a lot of games! Its totally intense and scary at times & it will surely make you jump! Especially if you play with their headphones on in the dark!! Try it out you’ll be happy!!!!
** Most Innovative iPhone Game of 2015 ** - Apple
“Dark Echo is a brilliant, unique, and incredibly tense must-have masterpiece.” 5/5 - TouchArcade
“A masterful execution of
minimalist design… play this with headphones, in the dark, alone.” - Indie Game Enthusiast
“One of the creepiest and most creative horror games on the App Store.” 4.5/5 - 148Apps
Trapped in darkness, you must use visualized sound to guide your way through threatening environments. The sounds you create will bounce off obstacles, revealing the shape of the surrounding world. It won't be long before your only way of sensing the world attracts a horrifying evil that devours both sound and souls.
Survive through 80 levels that will make your heart race and leave you with an irrational fear of red lines. A foreboding soundscape, best experienced with headphones, sets the tone for your journey. Explore, solve puzzles, and most importantly - stay alive.
No advertisements, no in-app purchases.
Designed for iPhone 4 and above.
* This game relies on the visualization of sound and cannot be played with audio only. It is not recommended for blind players.
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