Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 10 / 11
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 240 GT or Radeon HD 6570
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
Action, Adventure, Indie, Simulation

6 Jan, 2023

Curator review

DARK NIGHT WITH FLOPPA is a simple, yet terrifying first-person horror game about finding pictures of cats in a dark forest before Big Floppa finds you.

Full review

Dark Night with Floppa is a spine-chilling experience that will have you on the edge of your seat. With its simple yet haunting gameplay, it manages to evoke emotions that linger long after you've finished playing.

The premise of the game is straightforward - collect eight pictures of cats hidden in the dark forest before Big Floppa finds you. As you navigate through the desolate wilderness armed only with a flashlight, every step fills you with anticipation and dread.

What sets Dark Night with Floppa apart from other horror games is its minimalist approach. There are no complicated plotlines or extravagant special effects to distract from the core fear-inducing elements. Instead, it relies on atmospherics and ambient sound design to create an immersive environment that leaves an indelible mark on your psyche.

The darkness becomes palpable as your character ventures deeper into the forest, illuminated only by flickering beams of light from their flashlight. Every rustle of leaves or distant growl sends shivers down your spine, heightening your sense of vulnerability and unease.

The presence of Big Floppa adds another layer to this already unnerving atmosphere. The constant threat keeps you perpetually looking over your shoulder, wondering when its terrifying figure will emerge from the shadows and confront you directly.

I must also mention my appreciation for vrfloppa2022 for providing such a fantastic 3D model for Big Floppa in this game.ย The attention to detail brings an extra level of realism and terror to each encounter.ย 

In conclusion, Dark Night with Floppa takes simplicity and masterfully transforms it into pure dread-inducing horror. It's not just about finding pictures in a dark forest; it's about confronting fear head-on while immersed in an atmospheric nightmare like no other.