Enola is a horror/adventure game about love, hate, and death. You play as a young girl on a mysterious place, looking for her missing girlfriend. However, as you explore this world, you find there is something dark and evil lurking in the shadows. You’ll have to be quick and cunning to survive. Do you have what it takes to save your loved one before it's too late?
Hi, just wanna congratulate the dev. An atypical and original horror game that moves to the reflexion while you enjoy the thrilling suspense. The atmosphere is great and, while the graphics arent top notch they are allright as they are: rough and spooky. Perfect for the mood of this artpiece.
Indie Explorer: Enola Youtube.com
Enola is a story driven first person adventure game where you are trying to find your missing girlfriend.
The overall style of the game reminds me a lot of Amnesia with the scary environments, puzzle solving, and all sorts of twists and turns along the way.
+ Story Driven
+ Great voice acting
+ Multiple environments
- Minimal Graphics Settings
- Minimal Sound Settings
Just wrote up a full preview at www.relyonhorror.com. The kind of game that will honestly make you jump when your flashlight brushes over a table leg and make you seriously hope that noise you just heard was only the wind.
Enola doesn't hold your hand when it comes to puzzles, which...admittedly, kinda sucks if you're stuck on something. I do wish the game had a little bit more direction on what you're supposed to do, especially at the beginning of the game.
Yeah, there are things that still need to be polished, but Enola has a really good thing going for it. In an industry that's flooding in jump-out scares and zombies, it's refreshing to find a game like Enola that does what it does so well.
This game was AMAZING! The story is very well thought out, and the game plays like a finished game. The atmosphere is very creepy, and the theme to the whole game is very disturbing (just how I like it). The music is great, and although there is not an immediate threat present (there is at times though, be careful) you always feel like you are watching over your shoulder. There are also "death traps" in this game, which I am brand new to the idea of. I love it, because you REALLY feel the pressure while trying to solve the puzzles. The puzzles are just right, although there are a couple that are quite hard too. The back story story is very realistic, no monsters, ghosts or zombies, (although it plays out in a metaphorical way), and because of this, really draws you in. Furthermore, the developer was very patient with me, when I got stuck and needed help. This game was worth every penny, and was so good that I will be playing it again when a new build comes out, just to see all the new additions to it.