WhiteDay is a fear inducing horror survival game viewed, for the first time ever in this genre, completely from a first person perspective.
Unfolding like a movie, the player takes control of a love-sick teenager entering into the local school late at night to return your dream girl's diary, which she lost earlier in the day and to drop off a token of your affection – WhiteDay chocolates.
Very shortly players are introduced to two of the central characters, talking about ghost stories, in one of the school's many haunted corridors. It isn't long before the first problem of disabling the school alarm system becomes a priority.
During this challenge the game takes a very dark turn, as you witness the janitor club a man to death with a baseball bat, whilst the sounds of young and decidedly spooky children laugh on.
The most keen survival horror games player will find some pleasant surprises within WhiteDay with some real shock scenes that will have normally calm players literally squealing in their seats and shaking like a cowardly wuss!
The action is interspersed with graphically excellent cut scenes that allow the player to make decisions on the direction of the storyline, allowing the game to take one of two different directions.
There are no weapons in WhiteDay, but many ingenious puzzles litter your way throughout the game, seeing the player disable alarm systems, open combination safes and rescuing trapped school kids from weird apparitions. The difficulty setting helps the player to get into the story whilst carefully providing a harder challenge at every turn.
Taking the genre one step further, Sonnori have included a multiplayer feature giving a real time scare factor to the game as online players can pick to play from a host of horrors such as a ghost, devil, or janitor or - as per the single player mode - a hapless and unarmed school kid, to name a few.
Multiplayer option – play as a ghost, demon, school kid or janitor
Full 3D play
Ingenious puzzles that get progressively harder
Movie storyline and cut scenes
First horror survival game played completely in full first person perspective