Oculus Go Version
“Doors of Silence – the prologue” has been nominated in 14th International Mobile Gaming Awards Global (IMGA GLOBAL).
<<Nominees like “Doors of Silence – the Prologue” highlight the new standard of creativity and the emerging quality of the productions found in mobile gaming>>, said Maarten Noyons, founder of The IMGA.
One of the best VR Horror game for Upload-VR
<<Visually, this might very well be the best looking VR horror game on Oculus Go, period. Environments are incredibly detailed and hand-crafted using Unreal Engine 4. >>
Best Horror Games for Oculus Go – Androidcentral
<<Doors of Silence is a horror game that won’t just get you with jump scares. This title will also have you questioning your sanity. You’ll go through an abandoned, haunted insane asylum. So, what’s the best way to learn of your insane patients than to live our their horrors?>>
Demo for DK2
Doors of Silence has been terrorizing people ever since its debut at the 2015 as a one of the first VR demo for Oculus DK2
Below are some reviews about the demo
Review UploadVR (vote: 9/10)
<<..Doors of Silence has visuals that are currently only rivaled by Alien Isolation in the horror VR genre.>><<The way the game built tension all the way to its first crescendo moment was priceless and is something that should be experienced by all fans of VR. <<..it is an excellent example of what a full horror game in VR might feel like. I highly recommend it to every VR fan out there.>>
Interview on “The Georgetown Voice”
The Georgetown Voice is Georgetown University’s premier student-run newsmagazine since 1969.
Gelardin media center, the largest library of the famous American university Georgetown in Washington, selected Doors of Silence to show Virtual Reality to students eager to make a trip into the virtual world.
List of Virtual Experiences here at Gelardin
Hands on TheRiftArcade
<<There’s something about Doors of Silence that elevates it above other horror games on the Rift. Perhaps it’s the photo-realistic graphics with pin-sharp texture work, perhaps it’s the darkness that envelopes the player throughout most of the experience, or maybe it’s just the sense of dread that permeates every nook and cranny. Whatever the reason, this is one game that many players are unlikely to finish.>>