A downloadable found footage for Windows

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Daunting Footage is a short, psychological horror game made in Unity. Experience a video found on the dark web titled "Bodhi_n_friends.mp4" and explore a small, mazey, dark area to try find out what's going on.


[WASD] Move

[Hold RMB] Zoom in

Just to add:

I made this game in less than 24 hours and it wasn't intended to be anything big. This is a quick idea I thought of whilst working on a larger project involving the same characters featured in this game. Here is a demo for that game:

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorLachlan Shelton
Made withPaint.net, Unity, Audacity
Tags3D, Creepy, First-Person, Horror, Mystery, Psychological Horror, Singleplayer, Spooky, Unity, Walking simulator
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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Daunting Footage.zip 30 MB

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good game i like it so much but i wish you add more stuff to it tho 

Thanks for playing! I could make another game similar in the future. ;)


basically got jumped by doll things

good game

Thanks for playing! :)


this is the first game to scare me in my life. great job ur amazing keep it up! :)

That's cool to hear! Thanks! :)


Very nice what you managed to do with such limited resources and on such a time constraint. Even without a lot of jumpscare sounds and spooky animations, it managed to unsettle me. Thanks for sharing this with us!

Thanks for playing, man :)


Very creepy game. Great job! 

Thanks! :)

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A lot shorter than I hoped but not bad. When you see the text on the wall "you won't find them," I didn't know you had to walk right up to it to activate the next section so I ended up looping around twice. Not much a maze when you only have one circle to walk around, made the dead ends rather pointless but I kept checking them thinking the maze would change. The finale jump scare was expected but their silent movement  made it more eerie than loud yelling/screaming. Would've been cool if there was moments you turn around to look back at them you'd catch a glimpse of them watching you. Small details can make these quick game sesh go a long way. 

They look so happy.

Thanks for the feedback and for playing! It's much appreciated.


love your game thank you 

Hey, thanks for playing man! :)


just wondering, i know that "bunny's curse" is more of a backstory on bunny (from the first games you have published here!), is this the one for that guy in "this game is for you"?


Nah, this is a new character called Bodhi, but he does looks similar to Linus. I got the idea for this character from an image I generated once in the Dall-E AI Image Generator - and thanks for playing!


This was a cool game!

Thanks for playing! :)


This was nice, how long did it take to make?


Hey, thanks for playing! It took me less than 24 hours to make this :) I've been working on another project with the same characters featured in this game and had a quick idea I wanted to whip up which ended up being this! I'm still working on the larger project involving these characters, so stay tuned for that! ;)


Overlay was bad. It looked simple, but adding more and removing the dot from REC could have helped. The game is also dark. The zoom was bad, because when I clicked RMB it jumped the screen. Sound design was okay, but the repetition was bad. Story - good. Scares - good. Not a bad game. 


Thanks for the feedback and for playing!


You're welcome. Maybe work on 1 project at a time. Quality, not quantity - Lucius Annaeus Seneca


Nice quote, thanks for the tip :) I usually have a bunch of ideas built up in my head and like to act on them, but it is better to work on 1 at a time for a lot of reasons.