the white chamber
A downloadable game for Windows
A young girl wakes to find herself inside a strange glowing coffin, in a dark room. Who is she? What is this place? Why is she here? As she explores the warped environment she finds herself trapped within, she must search for answers, all of which will lead her closer and closer to the white chamber and the truth it holds.
the white chamber, is a point and click horror adventure game. Explore a strange environment crafted in luscious 2D. Control a trapped young woman from 3rd person perspective as she solves puzzles and overcomes the twisted obstacles in her path.
I made this prior to my Locked Door Puzzle days while at university with two friends under the banner of Studio Trophis.
Design and Programming: Richard Perrin
Art and Animation: Paul Johnson
Sound and Music: Zakir Rahman
Sarah: Kira Buckland
Arthur: Phillip Sacramento
|Author||Locked Door Puzzle|
- Now on itch.io!Apr 24, 2019
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damn dude i remember finding this game on a forum like 15 years ago. it was when i first realized as a kid how much passion and talent existed outside of the traditional game industry and made indie horror such a life-long obsession for me.
Thanks for putting this and The Grey Tower up on Itch.
Had The game installer backed up forever but couldn't find The Grey Tower any where.
Can't remember when I first played the game, probably some time around '07-'08. But well I've been a fan ever since.
And thanks for all the fond memories this game gave me and my friends.
For those of you just seeing this game out of no where, it's absolutely worth a play. It's about 2-2.5 hours to finish (if I remember) and it has many different endings and a few secrets to find.
An absolute classic.
Now this one's a classic. Nice to see it's still widely available. Pity the old website died; it was essentially a museum.
It's a fun little horror/sci-fi point-and-click with art and animation far beyond what I've come to expect from indie games. Sad that this team was a bit too early for the indie game boom a few years after this came out; maybe they'd still be around.
Awesome, great art work, atmosphere and multiple endings. What's not to love.