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The Last Door

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Love letter to Lovecraft - Penny Arcade, Soon, I will stop trembling - Gamezebo
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Last Door?

The Last Door is a unique point-and-click adventure game with stylish low-res graphics and a spine-chilling horror storyline. An indie game, which story unfolds episode by episode, as in an interactive web series, that has been played by more than two million players across 6 different platforms. It has been published in Steam and other major digital platforms, and awarded, among public and critics, by the Academy of Arts and Interactives Science of Spain in Gamelab 2013 and 2014, Armor Games, Kongregate and Indie Burguer Developer Central.

Which platforms is this game available for?

The Last Door is available for PC (Windows, OSX and Linux), Android and iOS devices. You can play this game in your web browser, through Flash (first season) or Unity Web Players (second season), no downloads or installation is required. We recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to play The Last Door, but it is playable in other browsers as well. A special Collector’s Edition of the both seasons is also available for purchase for PC (Windows, OSX, and Linux) and mobile devices (Google Play, App Store and Windows Store).

What’s the story of The Last Door about?

The Last Door has an original and intriguing story that will leave you hunger for more at the end of each episode. The pixel art style will show you only what’s necessary, triggering your imagination to bring the game’s world alive.

Season 1: Became involved in Jeremiah Devitt’ story to unveil the mystery that follows the distress call of Mr. Beechworth, an old friend from the boarding school. The mysterious message in the letter he receives, guides him to a manor, where he finds strange things have happened. All the memories he forgot with time, start to be recovered. From then on, the investigation will lead him to the truth about his past into a spiral of nightmares and darkness.

Season 2: Devitt’s psychiatrist and his friend, worried about his vanishing in weird circumstances, set them on a journey to know Devitt’s old friends and the truth about them.

Investigate, wander and be scared in The Last Door’s adventure. The outstanding soundtrack, by the award winner composer Carlos Viola completes the strange and frightening atmosphere. The Last Door brings the player back to the 90’s genre feeling and mixes it up with a touch of contemporary gameplay and the thrill of modern TV series.

When and where is it set?

The Last Door takes place on Great Britain in 1890’s. You will travel back in time to explore dark and cryptics secrets of the ghostly and gloomy surroundings. You will be able to investigate and uncover the mysteries of the story of Jeremiah Devitt and his friends through locations which vary from cities, woods, seas and strange locations all over the country.

Who is behind The Last Door?

The Game Kitchen is a small, young indie game developer team based in sunny Seville (Spain). In our five years of existence, we've worked on many diverse projects, many of which consisted of providing development services to other studios and companies in different sectors. Now, we are devoted to create our own products and finding our spot in the indie game scene through the original and fresh nature of our games.

Please visit website to learn more from us.

Is The Last Door supporting other languages?

Yes. We provide official translations in English and Spanish (Spain). Then we provide all the required materials to enable our players to submit their own translations for their own languages.

For the browser version of the game, refer to this article for more information.

To translate both Collector's Editions, read the instructions you'll find in the installation folder.

How many episodes are in the Series?

The game is designed to be a webseries, and it comprises a total of 2 seasons of 4 episodes each, for a total of 8 episodes.

How long is each episode?

Most people finish each episode in something between 45 and 90 minutes.

What are the difference between the 'Browser' and 'Collector's Edition' versions? Which version of 'The Last Door' should I buy?

We encourage you to buy the 'Collector's Edition' version, instead of the episodic / browser version, because of several reasons:

    First, browser vendors are slowly removing the support for the required plugins, which means that at some point, you won't be able to play in the browser anymore. You'll still be able to play, by downloading the episodes to your computer, thou. Both Seasons's Collector's Editions include many improvements on the gameplay, writting, audio, extras, easter eggs... Both Seasons's Collector's Editions support mobile devices, and can be obtained though App Store, Google Play and Windows Store.

I heard it was free-to-play, why do i have to purchase it now?

To get to the quality standards that we've set for The Last Door, we have to be fully involved in its development, and that means having a significant budget for each chapter. That's why we've changed the monetization system in order to continue the saga.

Episodes from Season One will continue to be playable for free in Kongregate, Armor Games, and many other free flash game sites. Playing in our website thou will add support for more languages, and better audio cuality (free flash site has size limits). If you're looking for the best experience, we recommend you get the Collector's Editions for your prefered platform.

I love the game! Is there any more ways I can contribute to The Last Door?

Sure! The most valuable thing you could do for this project is to spread the word. Tell all your friends about it, discuss the game in gaming forums, post a walkthrough in your Youtube channel! The more people get to know the game, the more chances we have to continue developing the saga.

You can help us big time with your suggestions too: Tell us what do you think about the game, what is missing from the website and all the ideas you came up with.

I didn’t play Season One, does that matter to enjoy Season Two?

We advise you to play Season One before playing Season Two, in order to make the most of it and get the full idea of the story.

What are the system specs for PC/ Mac/ Linux?

If you are playing on the browser or the downloaded version, you need to have the Adobe Flash Player for the episodes of Season One and the Unity Web Player for episodes of Season Two.

If you are playing the Collector’s Edition the minimum system requirements you need to play the game are:

Windows
OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
Processor: Intel Atom 1.6 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: Integrated with 64 MB RAM
Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
Additional Notes: Requires Adobe AIR

Mac OS X
OS: OSX Leopard
Processor: Intel Atom 1.6 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: Integrated with 64 MB RAM
Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
Additional Notes: Requires Adobe AIR

Steam OS X
OS: Debian based Linux
Processor: Intel Atom 1.6 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: Integrated with 64 MB RAM
Hard Drive: 400 MB available space
Additional Notes: Requires Adobe AIR

How can I send my ideas / suggestions for The Last Door?

Currently, the forums are the best place to share your thoughts with us and the rest of the community. Apart from that, you can always reach us directly through conventional email. Send us your opinion to info@thelastdoor.com and we'll be happy to get back to you.

Also, you can send us your message via Twitter, Facebook and Google+. If you have any doubt or need further information you can visit the support forum or email us to support@thelastdoor.com