Fear doesn't always manifest itself in escapes from monsters or mad maniacs. Sometimes a simple walk can scare the hell out of your knees, and the mystery game Sad Satan demonstrates just that. What is the story behind the endless corridors and how to get out of the labyrinth? You may never know.
Game from the depths of banned sites
The main reason for Sad Satan's popularity was the legend of it, which quickly spread on the Internet. It was about a YouTube video where a famous streamer was talking about an unknown game downloaded from Deep Web sites. Inside the game are many real photos of victims of brutal murders or unidentified human remains. The game interested Internet users, because the unknown file raised a lot of additional questions. Who and why created this game? Whose remains are in the pictures?
The legend of the maniac creator
Theories and rumors swiftly spread across the Internet, many sites began to produce viral versions of the game to take advantage of the popularity of the strange horror game. However, the game itself isn't anything truly brilliant or horrific. It's a typical corridor simulator with the occasional shadow of a child.
Strange Exhibition in a Strange Place
At the very beginning of the game, the hero finds himself at the beginning of a monochrome corridor that leads to a maze of exactly the same corridors. Eerie music plays in the background, which changes at the most unexpected moments to its unfolding version. The journey through the corridors heightens the tension, which is fueled by the eerie photographs that emerge. Children's shadows idly see you off with empty eyeballs, and eventually it all comes to a screeching halt. But when? How? Solve the riddle inside the monochrome maze.
Versions for the faint of heart
The game came out as a scary story that ties in closely with reality. Games like Slenderman or Jeff The Killer Horrendous Smile were just as popular. It wasn't the gameplay that gave it its fame, it was just the growing horror of the lore and stories. For the particularly impressionable, Sad Satan was divided into three versions:
- Safe Version
- The original version
- Forbidden Version
They differ only in the presence or absence of shocking content. And if the original version can be played by people 16+, the forbidden version is better not to open before the celebration of the eighteenth birthday.
One legend, three games. The mystery surrounding such games is the first reason for their popularity. For the most part, however, it's just a way to draw attention to a low-quality Unity game. Wandering the hallways and looking at pictures is all the gameplay of Sad Satan.
Processor: PC compatible,
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode Multiplayer (Hotseat, LAN, Internet)