12 creepy mini-games in one package
Experiment 12 is a package of 12 free indie horror games, each level designed by a different programmer.View full description
- 12 different scary games
- Different styles of play
- Good sound effects
- Little cohesion between games
- No single action
- Barely challenging
Experiment 12 is a package of 12 free indie horror games, each level designed by a different programmer.
Twelve games from different minds
Experiment 12 brings twelve stylistically different games to your PC in one package. While the content of each level is different, all the games have a creepy atmosphere: navigate mazes, avoid missiles and dodge enemies; solve puzzles and explore 3D environments similar to Slender, on an island, with a flashlight, at night, and in the rain.
Experiment 12 is a collaboration between independent programmers Terry Cavanagh, Ian Snyder, Jack King-Spooner, Zarathustra, Richard Perrin, Michael Brough, Robert Yang, Alan Hazelden, TheBlackMask, Jasper Byrne, Jake Clover, and Benn Powell.
Navigation is tricky
Navigation in all games in Experiment 12 is done using the keyboard. Learning the ins and outs is one of the challenging parts of the game.
Mix of different styles
The graphics used in the different levels of Experiment 12 are pretty varied, from 80's style roughly drawn characters in retro 2D to high-quality 3D graphics.
Colorful mix, but the content is lacking
Experiment 12 is a colorful collection of mini-games. The mix of styles is stimulating, but it lacks a coherent story. The overall result is less than challenging.