White Day remake added to Steam Greenlight
posted on 04.20.16 at 08:55 AM EST by (@salromano)
Horror remake jumps from mobile to PC.

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School

Following its launch for smartphones, ROI Games is bringing its White Day: A Labyrinth Named School remake to PC. The game is now available for voting on Steam Greenlight.

White Day is a remake of the 2001 original of the same name, which centers around a high school swirling with legends and mysteries. It follows Hui-min and a group of other students who find themselves locked in their school late at night, which is full of possessed janitors, ghosts with mysterious pasts, and other dangers.

A version of White Day is also in development for PlayStation VR.

Get the Steam Greenlight outline below.

Remade after 15 years with improved graphic and game features!

White Day is a remake of the PC version of the same name released in 2001. The original game gained much popularity in South Korea and is still fondly remembered by fans. It also gained a cult-like following in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and other countries.

White Day captures a distinctly Asian perspective and atmosphere, and centers around a high school that is swirling with legends and mysteries. The game follows the story of Hui-min, the protagonist, and other students who find themselves locked in the school late at night.

Experience a whole new level of fear by being trapped in a school after hours!

While school is a familiar setting for everyone, White Day‘s Yeondu High School is full of possessed janitors, ghosts with mysterious pasts, and all sorts of dangers and horrors.

Run for your life!

There are no overly gory scenes in White Day. There are no weapons like knives or guns to use. The player is just a normal student who must run away from the dangers that lurk in the school in order to survive.

A rich storyline with many possible endings!

White Day follows the main character and his fellow female students who are trapped in a “Labyrinth Named School,” while they struggle to survive.

A rich storyline needs almost 10 hours to play for 1 ending. Offer 5 difficulties from Easy to Very Hard (Hell mode). Even Novice to Horror game mania, of course, able to enjoy the game without pressure.

Also, the player’s choices and actions determine the outcome of the game, with a total of 7 possible endings.

About the Mobile Version

White Day remake version is already released for smartphones. Please play it if you are interested. (iOS / Android)

Supported Languages

English / Français / Deutsch / Español / Italiano / Russian / 中国 (简体) / 中國 (繁體) / 日本語 / 한국어

Voice-Over Support

English / 한국어 / 中文

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  • Goth2191

    If you are not familiar with the original game, then you should read this.
    http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=492837&page=1

  • Testy

    Did some other company in S.Korea bought the franchise? I thought the original developers are disbanded.

    • Meckagon

      The CEO of the former company made his own new company and they started remaking the game.

  • Budgiecat

    interesting how the character models actually look….Asian :p

    • donkey7.9

      No offense. Asians have big eyes?

      • Budgiecat

        depends

        on certain genetics….and/or wide eye contacts or eye surgery :p

  • 7thlevel JR

    looks awesome

  • Is this some kind of ecchi game? If yes, then I am in :D

    • Meckagon

      It isn’t. It’s a horror game.

    • Budgiecat

      Mr.Howard, focus on taking care of your son, Rock…..

      • I believe Terry did a good job raising my kid, so leave Rock out of this you black cat :p

        • Budgiecat

          racist

          • I thought you were the almighty and legendary black cat? According to your ferocious handsome photo that is. If I am wrong I take it back :D

  • kratoscar2008

    Hope this doesnt has that bug where either the game gives you a wrong puzzle or if you do it wrong once you cant do it again (The lights puzzle)

  • Suraimu

    Why would you play a horror game on a phone?

    • Budgiecat

      for the horror of playing it on a phone lol

    • Seasqwaa

      The lack of control will make you feel extra vulnerable!

    • Bowl of Lentils

      Because the game is a Korean developed title and the mobile market is much bigger than the PC there. I believe the PC version is being developed mainly for the West.