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Erie is a horror game set in 1966. You have been asked to investigate an incident at a power generator. There was some kind of meltdown, and you have to find out what exactly caused it, and save any survivors.
Like Slender, Erie gives you objects you have to find while exploring. However, Erie is a much bigger game, and is visually more advanced. While you're investigating you can use a spray can to mark places you've been. And you're not alone.
Erie has a raft of scares, and makes excellent use of sound effects. The first person gameplay is pretty simple; your tasks in the game are nothing new. But throughout the experience, the atmosphere is chilling, and the shocks keep coming. I found the movement was a little too fast to be convincing, but there's a great blur effect when you run, which gives the game a great sense of panic. And the chances are that you will be panicking when you run!
Desura can still be downloaded but because their servers are down the client can never be updated, and thus can never be launched. Unless Desura comes back or the developer moves the game to a new home, no one will be able to play it ever again.
Lt. Col. Terrence Grimm, 311th Recruiting Squadron commander, administers the oath of enlistment to 35 Delayed Entry Program members at an Erie BayHawks basketball game in Erie, Pa., March 9. More than 3,000 BayHawks fans attended the game. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Recruiters and 35 Delayed Entry Program members from the 311th Recruiting Squadron present the U.S. flag to a crowd of more than 3,000 Erie BayHawks basketball fans at a game in Erie, Pa., March 9. The DEP members took the oath of enlistment during the pregame ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Prepare to get your shriek on with the free indie horror action adventure game Erie by the University of Utah's EAE Master Games Studio Program. When a nuclear generator suffers a partial meltdown in 1966 Michigan and the locals start disappearing, your helpless unarmed kiester is dropped in alone by the Red Cross to investigate what's going on under the shores of Lake Erie. Naturally, it turns out a can of spray paint isn't going to cut it against whatever unpleasantness is lurking underground, and it's up to you to survive and track down a bunch of dead cats because of course you have to in one crazy but intense experience.
Use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to move, using the mouse to look around and holding [shift] to sprint. Which you'll want to do, since your only defense from the things after you is running away. [E] interacts with most objects, and [I] will display your inventory and everything you've found so far. [Spacebar] jumps and [C] will let you crawl, since no first-person horror adventure is complete without slogging through sewers. The spray paint you get early on can be used to tag ways to keep track of where you've been, which can be helpful the farther you go in the facility, and trust me when I say you'll want to make an effort to remember where the exists in each room and handy tunnels to escape in. I wasn't kidding about the cats, either. If you hear an ungodly caterwauling, search the area for a kitty corpse (ugh). I look forward to seeing how our hero explains to his superiors his apparent desire to haul dead animals around with him on his mission of mercy. Oh, and you can't save your game either, so be prepared to finish this one in one go, though you can hit [ESC] if you need to pause, and if you do kick the bucket, the game will respawn you at a checkpoint.
Erie is one big, hulking, menacing monster of a game, but it's also a little clunky and simplistic in its concept and overall design. Despite that, Erie is actually a lot of fun. The environments feel appropriately lonely and oppressing, and though its heavily reliance on jump scares means it never reaches the more elegant horror of, say, Amnesia: The Dark Descent and limits its audience, they're certainly effective when they happen.