"Ib (pronounced "Eeb," similar to “Eve”) is a freeware horror adventure game by kouri made in RPG Maker 2000.
A young girl named Ib visits an art gallery with her parents.
While observing the many exhibits, she suddenly realizes she is alone.
And in her search for others, she finds things awry in the gallery...
The game is focused on exploration and puzzle-solving.
There are no battles, and it does not demand quick reflexes.
It's designed to be accessible to all kinds of players, so enjoy."
This game truly touched my heart, the two protagonists we're amazingly well made. The endings were well made too, some made me sad, some made me happy, some made me angry, there are a bit of endings to Ib.
There are three characters, even if Ib, the girl herself is a silent protagonist, you can still find out about her personality from the choices you can choose and characters you talk with.
The "horror" part isn't really that "amazing" you could say, but the atmosphere the Gallery and the music together make it quite scary, and any type of movement or sound can really rustle your jimmies. The game is pretty abstract and features symbolism that is quite awesome to notice, from art to psychological horror which will kind of mess with your mind.
This is one game I recommend, good job kouri, I hope I'll see more games from you.
"My heart is a red rose. When happy, it sparkles brillianly. When sad it bleeds and forms a dark puddle under it. When my heart dies, the soft fragile petals fall. So you might want to put your rose in a vase."
TRUE/GOOD ENDING (to Ib/spoiler):
It's the ending seen as TRUE/GOOD by the author of the game.