Good atmosphere and excellent use of lighting
No glitches in the game or texture wise
The title pretty much explains the map, excellent use of scares and sounds
Good build up to the survival game, a campaign and survival in one
A different concept meaning very original map
Nice use of decals and ambient art
Good scripted events such as the closet opening
Zombies spawn from a variety of spots in survival
Interesting ways of getting into rooms rather then just doors
Had the feeling of a haunted house
The scares are ok at first, but you pretty much forget about them next time you play the map
Some routes are tricky to fit in through
When the timer starts and you go back to the start, tank cannot get you because he is stuck in the ladder
Many of the Special Infected cannot get you either
Hordes tend to be small and not much of a challenge
Scares were unique, but easy to make, nothing extraordinary
No survivor dialogue
In total a great survival map, yet it has room for improvements and extras, never the less, I recommend people play this map at least once for its original set up.
-Having the book case thrown at me and incapacitating me after jumping down the hole was a tad scary.
-Exploring all the rooms and finding the keys.
-Part survival, part exploration.
-The witch laughing in one of the rooms and the walk in robe door slowly opening.
-A fun map, with a few scares here and there.
A map that's mainly about exploration and it throws in a few slight scares here and there.
-Not just a survival map
-I panicked when the door shut and the lights went off and I heard a witch scream that actually scared me!
-The finale piece of the puzzle is to survive the zombie wave for 10 minutes
- The keys are scattered around
-Everything else is good
When I jumped down and my friend was behind me I heard a roar of a tank and a table shot violently and incaped me Karma Tank and it scared the hell out of me
What's this about Cons?
Spooky nothing is wrong except maybe this would make a good campaign and could be bigger as well as some detail