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Gray Dawn Gray Dawn is a psychological thriller infused with religious elements seen through beautiful and terrifying worlds. You play as Father Abraham, a priest trying to find the missing altar boy.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
Downloads 89
Genre Adventure, 3D, First-Person
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Interactive Stone / Interactive Stone
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Gray Dawn reviews ( 6 )

Bastettosa, Jun 22, 2018

Finished now. Well...what an experience! Gray Dawn in the typical game that sweat courage, abnegation and creativity of its creators. So many details and references, I'm absolutely impressed. Storytelling is perfect and I love how the narrration goes on and all the dreamlike setup of the settings. I've been waiting this game since it was announced, but it was worth it!

zombilau, Jun8, 2018

For the last years I've been exclusively playing League of Legends and have been trying to find a suitable game that fills my needs as a gamer. I've tried searching for something that capture the nostalgia I had as a child while combining modern aspects such as graphis or original ideas. Regarding the graphics, I can say it looks similar to skyirm, but it adds the romanian folk to it which adds a new original vibe to it. Whenever I'm recommanded new games, I can tell from the start they're either a cash grab or people haven't put too much effort in them so it looks pretty obvious that they're poor quality, however with this game,from the start, from the trailers,from random footage of gameplay on youtube, I could tell that was lots of heart put into it. There are plenty of easter eggs, especially if you are from the east of europe that you might not even find from the first run. Initially I didn't think it would capture my imagination to this extent, but after countless laughters, some scares and in the end FUN, I can definitely say this game deserves a 10/10 and I would recommand anyone to buy it.

CthulhuRises, Jun9, 2018

Walking around through Gray Dawn's lush, baroque scenery and marveling at the impressive set pieces, it's hard to believe this is the work of just three people. I've been following development on this for a while, and while I'm only a couple of hours in, father Abraham's journey's got me hooked. There are a few things that stand out in this game. The one that's going to hit you first, and the most impressive, is how stunningly detailed all the environments are. The (single!) artist really has put a love of love and effort into crafting Gray Dawn's world, and it shows. This is Unreal Engine put to work properly. Moving on, the constantly phasing between a real-world location and surreal, dream-like places, to the point of both blending together and the player starting to inhabit this weird in-between place where crazy things start to seem common place, makes for a thick atmosphere that's sometimes eerie, sometimes heavenly serene, in a stark contrast that really works. The game's underlying themes of heavenly and satanic influences are beautifully suggested by this constant balancing, Finally, I love that aesthetically it's one of the freshest takes on first person thrillers, in that it heavily utilizes Romanian motifs, and especially Orthodox Christian imagery. This is not there for the sake of visuals, it actually nicely ties into Gray Dawn's plot and themes. You probably haven't played something looking like this, and you should. I won't go into the plot because, hey, narrative game, but I will say that even though it's a psychological horror adventure, it's not your run-of-the-mill abandoned asylum malarkey. It's the kind of game that makes you stop and think about the underlying symbolism of the stunning set pieces it takes you through, and while I'm not 100% sure I am understanding everything, it's thoroughly enjoyable. And, as a final quick technical aside, it runs beautifully in full HD on the Epic setting on my 5 year old rig, so that's definitely good news. Pros: Looks beautiful, is deeper and smarter than your average 1st person horror adventure, it's got a unique Eastern European aesthetic, and thick atmosphere that really sucks you in. Cons: This is more of a matter of preference, but sometimes puzzles can be a bit on the esoteric / surreal side, even if mechanically they're not complicated. Then again, this ties into its surreal nature, so I can't really fault it for that. Conclusion: Hell y-- I mean, heavens yes, worth buying!

SfGheorghe, Jun8, 2018

A very interesting game with a unique premise. It is not often that a game developer approaches such themes as religion and spirituality. There's certainly a high-quality production on this game, considering the fact that the team is very small and they are indie. The voice acting may be a bit unpolished here an there, but otherwise, it was a good experience for me.

Kthan, Jun8, 2018

Very interesting theme, and the environments are amazing, lots of attention to detail. Some technical issues and voice acting could be better, but from what i read this is done by a very small team. Hopefully those issues will be addressed in future updates. Good work!

AstiX, Dec9, 2018

It's an interesting little game with a pretty unique take on storytelling and visual presentation. I was impressed with how weird and unusual its horror elements were. Its main theme is something I've never seen in a game before. The story had me hooked with it's mystery, but it turned out fairly predictable as it played out. There's a lot of ominous religious text and dialogue thrown in that most of the time serves no other purpose than to make the story feel more mysterious and complicated, while having no hidden meaning whatsoever. The voice acting is pretty average which takes away from what could potentially be a much more amazing experience. I liked the music and the way it captures the local culture from the place and period the game is set in. At times it was very well used and chill inducing. The sound design however, feels very poorly done and I found it to be the worst aspect of the game. Lots of areas feel like they have sounds missing as many moving objects make no sound. When walking you can clearly hear a sound file being played for each footstep and the sound file being immediately stopped mid playing when you stop moving which sounds ridiculous. When passing the threshold from one room to another all the sounds from the previous room are immediately cutoff like you just teleported to a different location. This really breaks the flow of the atmosphere and immersion. Graphics look nice, but are are smudged and blurred with terrible anti-aliasing with no graphical options available to turn it off or tweak it. Also drawing distance is extremely near, with grass and shadows popping 2 metres in front of you when outside.