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The Story

Dec. 19th

It's been a year since you passed away.
It feels different here at home without you.
I remembered how much you loved Christmas...
... until last year.

There are only a few days left until then. I don't have anything planned but for sure, I will go visit you.

The storm outside is looking pretty rough and it's getting late. I'll write more tomorrow.

Love and Miss you Mom,


Development Background: 

Notice: This game is still being developed. It is a remake of my old flash game series From Heaven to Hell: The Cries of Lost Souls. This version is somewhat similar but will be longer from the flash version. Updates and screenshots will appear here throughout the process. Feel free to comment or ask me a question here. 

"Click here to play the Original Flash Game Version"


Additional Links:

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Demo Version 1.2 -Now available!


Storage:  622MB  //  Ram: DDR4 -6GB or Higher //  Processor: I3 or Higher.


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1.2 demo.zip 625 MB

Development log


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It has some potentials, but it could be a lot better if you add some jumpscares. Nice work with the graphics.

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Gave it a play and some feedback, I liked the atmosphere, though felt at least it could have 'a bit more'. I'd also think that you should maybe shrink the name of the game down a bit and not include a subtitle but perhaps leave it for in-game storytelling. Long names make metadata for everyone a bit of a pain :P


The game looks good and it controls well enough. You might want to tighten up the objects you can interact with in the game. I sometime had the interact prompt show up and my back was facing the item I could interact with. But beyond that, it's a good start.

Hi Levnot, 

Thanks for taking some time out of your day to play the demo. I really appreciate the feedback.  These playthrough's are helping me polish this game as time progresses. I took some notes while you were playing to get an idea how to improve on it.

Overall, I appreciate your feedback!