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'Midnight Nowhere' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on April 10, 2004 @ 9:30 p.m. PDT

Buka has released a second demo for Saturn+'s horror adventure Midnight Nowhere. No specific details are available but it takes place in the hospital hallway and has contains full English voice-overs (thanks 3DGamers). Read more for download links ...

Get the Midnight Nowhere demo off Worthplaying (216mb)

PROLOGUE
March 14, 2019

Black Lake. In the cellar of one of the houses, the severely mutilated bodies of four people are discovered. The victims turn out to be unemployed vagrants. The original theory about a gang war has not been confirmed

March 17, 2019

In Black Lake City Park, the bodies of two young women are discovered. Identification of the victims is complicated. The Prosecutor’s Office is issuing no comment.

March 19, 2019

Three more bodies are found in different parts of town. The investigation is working on a serial killer theory.

March 26, 2019

Another eleven bodies found in the last week. Panic in Black Lake. The Federal Security Service is sending agents in to cooperate with the investigating
team.

April 4, 2019

The elusive murderer’s total body count has reached seventy-eight. The population of Black Lake is fleeing the town en masse. The investigation is at an impasse.

April 11, 2019

The town has been cordoned off by troops. A state of emergency has been declared in Black Lake. People are being evacuated and placed in special quarantine centers. The murders continue. . . .

The Black Lake Medical Center morgue. It’s cold. Only the hum of the refrigeration unit disturbs the quiet. . . . Suddenly the light goes on and off a few times. A spark bursts from behind the electric power panel, there’s a loud crack, and the hum of the refrigerator gradually dies out. . . . Cold and dark. And pain, a dull, aching pain all over. What’s wrong with me? Where am I--and who am I? Gradually I’m starting to feel my arms and I touch the space around me. There’s something smooth and cold everywhere. It’s like I’m lying in a sack. All the way at the top, right in front of my nose, my stiff fingers feel a zipper. I catch it with my nail and unzip the sack. . . . My eyes are stabbed by an unbearably bright light! When my vision has adjusted a little, I look around. There are tables with black plastic sacks everywhere. I myself am lying in a similar unzipped sack on a table. Directly opposite me water is dripping from a plastic grating in the wall.

I try to stand up and I stagger so badly I can barely keep my feet by grabbing onto the edge of the table. What on earth has happened to me? Who am I? I don’t remember a thing. . . .

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Minimum system requirements:
Operating system: Windows? 98/Me/2000/XP
Processor: Pentium II 400 MHz
RAM: 64 MB
Video: DirectX 8.0 compatible video card with second-generation 3D accelerator
Free space on hard drive: 1.1 GB
Sound: DirectX 8.0 compatible sound card
CD-ROM: 8x speed
Controls: keyboard, mouse

Recommended system requirements:
Operating system: Windows? 98/Me/2000/XP
Processor: Pentium III 733 MHz
RAM: 128 MB
Video: DirectX 8.0 compatible video card with third-generation 3D accelerator
Free space on hard drive: 1.3 GB
Sound: DirectX 8.0 compatible sound card
CD-ROM: 16x speed
Controls: keyboard, mouse


CONTROLS

Esc - Call up the main menu
F5 - Quickly save the game
F6 - Quickly restore the game
F7 - Restore the previous scene of the game


MAIN MENU
NEW GAME
Start a new game (go back to the beginning)

LOAD

Restore a previously saved game.
To restore a previously saved game, use the “left” and “right” arrows to select the file of the saved game and click “OK”. To Cancel, press “Cancel”.

SAVE

Save the current status of the game.
Use the “Backspace” key to delete the previously saved file and write the name of the saved game. Click “OK” to confirm that you are saving the file; to cancel, click “Cancel”.

SETTINGS

Game parameter settings

Shadows - turn on/off a character’s shadow
Spectrum - increase/decrease brightness
Subtitles - turn on/off text tooltip feature.
Sound - sound volume
Music - music volume

HERO CONTROLS

Left-click at a selected spot in the scene to move the hero there (if this is possible, of course). Left-click on an active object to pick it up or obtain information about it.

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