P.T. remake Hyper P.T. reimagines the Silent Hills teaser as a Macintosh game

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Kojima Productions’ fantastic scary game teaser P.T. has, after its uncomfortable elimination from the PlayStation Store, been remade by fans on a range of platforms– on PC, in virtual reality, in the video game production game Dreams. A brand-new take on the game reimagines P.T. in HyperCard, the black and white visual database application for Apple Macintosh computer systems. It works remarkably well, recording the corridor scary of the Silent Hills teaser in tidy, lo-fi graphics.

Hyper P.T., identified by Warp Door, was developed by Ryan Trawick and sent to Itch.io as part of a current HyperCard-themed game jam called, properly, HyperJam. You can download it for free or pay what you want; the game is playable on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

Image: Ryan Trawick.

Trawick’s version of P.T. isn’t a full- on entertainment, he keeps in mind. “Some stuff is stripped back, some stuff is added; you’ll just have to play to find out,” the developer stated on the game’s Itch page.

HyperCard was first launched in 1987, and consisted of with Apple Macintosh and Apple IIGS computer systems. Apple stopped the software application in2004 The software application was utilized to develop the original version of Myst and early demonstrations of You Do not Know Jack.

Tristan Dyason
Tristan Dyason
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