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Synopsis
At the end of their summer break, Nathan decides to invite his 3 friends: Felix, Ian, and Amber, to Rail Springs! A special forest with history, mystery, and most of all: adventure! However, as the gang gets all settled in, things don't appear to look as they seem, and they find themselves trapped with strange ghosts, crazy people, and more as their sanity tips. Can they survive the horrors lurking around every corner? Or will they be whisked away by the forest itself?


This game was made on Rpg maker VX Ace. The story is located in a forest known as "Rail Springs." There's 4 characters in total: Felix, Ian, Amber, and the protagonist, Nathan. It's an exploration game, where the player must search around and find the secrets of Rail Springs.

Features:
15-30 minutes of gameplay
Visual novel style choices
Small Puzzles and Exploration

Warning:
This game involves dark topics, such as:
Depression, mild jumpscares, suicide, mention of suicide, animal death, bullying, blood, murder and mental illness.

Latest Blog

Forest Adventure Demo V.2 Has arrived!

Hello everyone!


I am happy to announce that the new version of Forest Adventure is
out! I hope you enjoy it, and stay tuned for any future updates!
  • Production
  • HorrorBox
  • RPG Maker VX Ace
  • Adventure
  • 03/05/2018 04:39 AM
  • 02/12/2019 02:54 PM
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author=meaka
Hi! I just played through the demo. Overall, it seems pretty solid in terms of glitches or bugs! The only one I noticed was that when Nathan runs to follow the noise, it shows the map it teleports the player to for a second before the screen goes completely black.

There were a few typos and weird sentence structure in a couple spots:
  • At the beginning when you clarify the controls: enter to "comfirm"
  • Felix's introduction: "cofidence"
  • Nathan: "Yes...Lets" (should be Let's)
  • Ian's introduction sounds a bit unnatural. Something like "Before I moved out, he and I were in the same school for the longest time" flows a little better.
  • "It was really hard to persuade my parents" vs "It was really hard to get my parents persuaded." Again, very minor, but it sounds a bit more like something someone would say in casual conversation!


That said (minor demo spoilers?),
for being a "horror enthusiast," Nathan sure makes some silly horror protagonist mistakes! Following the noise of a wolf alone at night, refusing to leave out of stubbornness, entering an abandoned building alone, setting up camp with a grave within 20 feet of their tents, possibly not recognizing the very distinct silhouette of what looks like his friend in a spooky basement... Nathan, buddy, you can do better. Of course, there wouldn't be a game without any of these actions...! I just found it funny that a character who likes horror would make all those kind of moves.

Also, I'm really happy you went with minimal bloodsplatter in the torture dungeon! Excessive blood gets kind of cheesy, so I felt like you had a tasteful amount (if... such a thing as "a tasteful amount of blood" exists).


All in all, it was a nice little demo. I'm interested to see where the full game goes!


Aaaahhhhh! Thank you for playing the demo, I'm so happy you enjoyed it! I'm happy that there wasn't that many glitches or bugs, and I will make sure to fix that glitch with Nathan and my many typos in the game. Sorry for the late reply, but again, thank you!
Hi! I just played through the demo. Overall, it seems pretty solid in terms of glitches or bugs! The only one I noticed was that when Nathan runs to follow the noise, it shows the map it teleports the player to for a second before the screen goes completely black.

There were a few typos and weird sentence structure in a couple spots:
  • At the beginning when you clarify the controls: enter to "comfirm"
  • Felix's introduction: "cofidence"
  • Nathan: "Yes...Lets" (should be Let's)
  • Ian's introduction sounds a bit unnatural. Something like "Before I moved out, he and I were in the same school for the longest time" flows a little better.
  • "It was really hard to persuade my parents" vs "It was really hard to get my parents persuaded." Again, very minor, but it sounds a bit more like something someone would say in casual conversation!


That said (minor demo spoilers?),
for being a "horror enthusiast," Nathan sure makes some silly horror protagonist mistakes! Following the noise of a wolf alone at night, refusing to leave out of stubbornness, entering an abandoned building alone, setting up camp with a grave within 20 feet of their tents, possibly not recognizing the very distinct silhouette of what looks like his friend in a spooky basement... Nathan, buddy, you can do better. Of course, there wouldn't be a game without any of these actions...! I just found it funny that a character who likes horror would make all those kind of moves.

Also, I'm really happy you went with minimal bloodsplatter in the torture dungeon! Excessive blood gets kind of cheesy, so I felt like you had a tasteful amount (if... such a thing as "a tasteful amount of blood" exists).


All in all, it was a nice little demo. I'm interested to see where the full game goes!
author=cutiesbae
Looks interesting! I'm gonna wait for the demo :3

A demo just came out if you are interested! :3
Looks interesting! I'm gonna wait for the demo :3
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