Title: A Girls Fabric Face
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Release Date: 10 Mar, 2017
A very enjoyable game having been ghost hunting myself and I do it quite often this is good although there is more action in this.
I recommend this.. Meh. It's worth the under a dollar purchase , I guess. The game is just not engaging enough. the mechanics are fine, but the story needs more development or maybe add more story or something. Not sure, but didnt pull me in. Nice mood tho.. Developer Stanislaw Truchowski has shown potential with A Girls Fabric Face (Fabric Face), but a game ruining bug holds back what could be a decent indie horror game. Other technical mishaps, writing mistakes, and a questionable development choices leave a lot to be desired. However, the game does tell an unsettling story, and it does manage to create a tense atmosphere at times. Fabric Face shows enough potential that, even though I cannot recommend it, I would consider buying this developer's third entry.
The main reason I cannot recommend Fabric Face is because of a game ruining bug. In Fabric Face, you play a girl who is exploring a decrepit house. After setting up two cameras and a campsite, you call it a night. At night, you can control these two cameras, switch back and forth, and record paranormal activity. The bug occured to me during this, which the game refers to as dual mode.
It is a shame, because this is one of the features that makes Fabric Face stand out from the swamp of Unity-built indie horror games. However, this bug completely ruins this. For some reason, I could not switch between the two cameras. The game menu instructs me to press  or  to switch back and forth, but nothing. Its further complicated by the fact that in this dual mode sequence happens three times during the game, and the bug occurs in each time.
Unfortunately, this bug has a snowball effect where, not only does it affect your gameplay experience, but it affects your ability to collect an achievement for recording paranormal activity, which seems harmless enough, but recording certaina mount of paranormal activity (of which big chunks occur in these sequences), grants you access to at least one alternative ending. Finally, you can try to replay the sequence, but that requires you to start over, and Fabric Face has no save feature, so you'll have to do most of the game over again just to hope the bug doesn't occur.
Moreover, the game has poor English translation and the subtitles contain multiple spelling errors -- all of which undermines my suspension of disbelief. I also do not understand why the "Stubborn Ending" is "Bad." If, according to the "True Ending," holding a grudge is what allowed me to be in this Hell Loop in the first place, why would a seemingly perpetual trial-and-error run until you succeed be "bad"? Those two narrative ideas seem inconsistent with each other. Not to mention you are telling a teenage girl it's "bad" that she feels a grudge against her assaulter, who is still stalking her in the afterlife. In addition, the fact that the doors in this game open inside and out makes the character bug out, and just doesn't feel right.
That being said, Fabric Face does have some reedeming qualities. The overall plot structure is interesting, the decrepit house has multiple rooms, stories, and crawlspaces -- all of which incentive exploration quite nicely. Fabric Face also manages to create a tense atmosphere by using grunts, heavy breathing, crying and static sounds to distort reality and hint at paranormal activity nearby. To end in a good note, I would be willing to buy this developer's next entry, because I think Fabric Face shows good potential. And I'd also totally rewrite this review if the developer addressed the game's main issues.. This is an interactive novel/walking simulator where you are playing a video camera as it investigates a house with a murder. For some reason investigation for this very special police force involves moving into the house and sleeping on the upstairs landing for a few nights, with video cameras everywhere.
There's not much gameplay, you can finish this in about 40 minutes. To make sure you do, there's no save feature. The game isn't too scarey and the jumpscares aren't too bad. It's very impressive that it was made, from what I understand, single handedly. The story didn't really grab me and there were a few other deficiencies that holds this one back.
For the purposes of Steam reviews, it doesn't matter if the game was made by a single person or a AAA studio, the game must stand on it's own merits. Some games are harder to recommend than others, but it's tough when a game comes close but doesn't quite get there. Do I recommend this game? No.. very nice horror game :D the best :)
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