I present to you Minecraft: The Dark Descent, gamers.
It’s a recreation of Amnesia in Minecraft, and it was done so well that at points I still got the heebie-jeebies! Redstone is EVERYWHERE outside this castle, and various scares will trick you into thinking one of the monsters is actually about to pop out and get you.
This map uses tripwire and potions to give the same effects as the script in the game, and I must say I’m very impressed.
One of the things I most enjoyed about playing it was that it not only had all the same scares, but the inside is an exact model of Castle Brennenburg! Good. I needed a way to know the castle’s inside structure without scaring myself to tears.
Fan of Minecraft? Fan of Amnesia? Play it.
Oh, and I almost forgot:
(texture pack: Auracraft)
“The Dark Descent” Film
Hey, remember that time I wrote an essay on how an Amnesia: The Dark Descent film could work out? Because this is it. Yeah, I know a lot of video game turned movies were not so good. But you know what they say: If at first you don’t succeed, you try, try, try again!
Oh my lord. Someone should really write an Amnesia fic actually relating to the story line for once.
I understand Pewdie’s characters are fun to play with and all, but what about Daniel, Alexander, Agrippa, Justine, Alois, Basile, and Malo? They need love too!
I-I think I’m going to make this Amnesia movie.
zomg amnesia tag shut up lol
I’m going to write the scripts,
the scene direction,
make props and sets,
make them act,
buy a decent camera,
get someone to film it,
download an editing program,
get people to edit it for me,
burn it on a disc,
then get it to play at Disney’s El Capitan in Hollywood.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent is a seriously pretty game. So pretty even, that I don’t care if I payed 15 dollars more than I needed to because it’s WORTH that much. I cannot believe that only 5 people made it! It’s profound how much work they put into everything. I consider the game to be a true masterpiece of survival horror. It’s original, it’s entertaining, it’s intense… I don’t know what more I could ask for.