Where am I? What am I doing here?
The Lunatic is an indie horror game made by Juicy Sweety Production. In an unsettling and mysterious situation, Justin is determined to investigate what has happened to him and to do what he must to find answers. Plot: Justin Simmonds wakes up on the floor in an old rehabilitation isolated room. He can’t remember what happened or how he got there. All he knows is that he is currently being treated for the apparitions he’s been seeing and Doctor Theodore Mason has offered him a chance to be cured by undergoing a risky new treatment.
Release Date: 24 May, 2018
Developer: Juicy Sweety Production
Publisher: Juicy Sweety Production
Genre: Indie, Horror, Adventure
OS: Win 7
CPU: 2 GHz
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: dedicated graphics card with 1GB of RAM
HDD: 1 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: 2 GHz
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: dedicated graphics card with 2GB of RAM
HDD: 1 GB
- Solid backstory that really supported what was going on in the game.
- Phenomenal visuals and voice acting.
- Awesome and definitely unique character models and animation.
- Good job in utilizing the lighting system of Unity engine.
The Lunatic Trailer
The Lunatic Review
The Lunatic game was conceptualized and created in 7 weeks by a small and dedicated team of student developers at the School of Game Development at the Academy of Art University. I love the concept of waking up in the mental asylum and trying to find out what’s going on as they try to escape. The characters being sprites is definitely a pretty nice and unique touch. While reminding old school games, the sprites actually serve a good purpose of making the ghost figures more believable and eerie, not to mention they were probably faster to make. The subtle whispers that echo through your ears as you explore the rooms contributes a great deal to the overall feel of the game, the voice acting is also well done and is a really nice touch to the game. All in all it is a pretty enjoyable experience, even though somewhat short. Hopefully we will see a finished game in the future!