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A Night To Remember

by Ethan Damschroder

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Genres:
Contemporary, Horror, Original
Release Date:
23 Jul 2009
AGS Panel Rating:
Player Rating:
Medium length game
Short game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium length game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full length game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
MAGS game Monthly AGS competition entry
Non-adventure game Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
Joke game You know when it fits this category ;)
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Training game Games made just to try out AGS
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Mild

Public Opinion

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16 people have rated this game so far:
Visual:
60%
Immersion:
66%
Puzzles & Pacing:
66%
Overall Enjoyment:
66%

About this game

Nathan Carter, a con man is on a routine job. He is attempting to blackmail a CEO and this is his last job before he retires. Victor Sammuels, his mark is hosting a dinner party tonight and Nathan sees this as an opportunity to search his house. However much more is going on than Nathan or even Victor has any idea about. Soon he will have to rely on your intelligence to guide him through the mansion and hopefully see him through the night. NOTE: If you are having trouble getting the music to play, open the volume settings for your computer in the lower right corner and make sure nothing is set to mute, I have found that this happens relatively often.
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Ethan D has worked on 2 other games: (see them >>)
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AGS Panel Review

"Pleasingly quaint graphics and a good, if somewhat awkwardly told, story are the strong points of this author's first game. Minimal, lacklustre sound and music, along with a overall lack of technical polish, are it's shortcomings. A good first effort."

11 people commented on this game (newest first):

Very nice atmospheric game! Not too much in the way of puzzles, but still worth a gander to see the story unfold :)
2011-05-20 20:21:26 by Andy
The atmosphere of the game (the background storm) is the strongest point.
The music is also good.
There were some imperfections in the narration but I liked the plot anyway.
Nice game!
2010-06-14 22:39:14 by Eddy_Kraft
I really enjoyed it. There were a few bugs that spoilt the fun a little but nothing too crazy that made me dislike it. I hope to see more games like this.
2009-08-21 06:28:11 by paoul
I am in fact working on a sequel right now.
I am also working on getting a website which will give more info on the characters as well as some info. into the next game. Once the site is done I will add it in the game info on this page.
2009-08-18 19:44:31 by Ethan Damschroder (Float On)
Good game. The graphics were a bit simple but the story line and game play was great. I wonder, are you coming out with a sequel hopefully. I really would be interested in learning more about the characters. Thanks for the game. I really enjoyed it!
2009-08-15 23:04:12 by Ninja Kitty
For those who wonder:
Use TAB to bring up the inventory plus the save/load/quit options...
2009-08-10 21:17:49 by Anonymous (Arj0n)
Nice horror game which does its job. Graphics are simple but effective, dialogues well written. The GUI (especially the inventory one) is quite cumbersome.
But in adventures like those what counts are storyline & thrilling moments: I can assure you there are plenty of those in "a Night to Remember".
2009-08-02 19:56:26 by bicilotti
It's a good first game, and just creating a game from A to Z is always a good thing. I didn't mind the graphics (although the rooms were really big and there wasn't much interaction), but I think the main focus you should have for your sequel would be to write more realistic dialogs. Other than that, congratulations for your first game!
2009-07-25 23:44:36 by FlyingMandarine
I enjoyed playing, but I would have preferred it if there was more background to set the scene, just something that can establish why Nathan is a good guy, even though he's a criminal. Perhaps we will see more of him in the future?
2009-07-23 15:20:47 by Scarab (Scarab117)
Although relatively short, ANTR has a captivating storyline and good, enjoyable puzzles. The graphics were simple but worked well with the style, and the music succeded at creating an intense atmosphere. I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game.
2009-07-23 15:09:21 by Scarab (Scarab117)
I had the pleasure of beta testing this game.
It's a very nicely done old school adventure game with good but not to hard puzzle elements.
Definitely recommended for those who love the old school adventure games.
2009-07-23 11:02:53 by Anonymous (Arj0n)
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