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Home Sweet Home EP2 Free Download Unfitgirl In our review of 2018’s Thai-themed horror game Home Sweet Home, we called it a “solid modern horror game which effectively utilizes Thai culture and mythology to create an unnerving, atmospheric, and surreal experience.” A horror game with interesting Thai cultural influences that helped it to stand out in a crowded first person horror market, it seems like fans of Home Sweet Home have more to look forward to, as evidenced by a recent teaser trailer for Home Sweet Home: Episode 2. Published to developer Ygg Game’s YouTube channel, the trailer hits a few notes that might be familiar to anyone who played the first game. While I can’t speak to the cultural importance of the shrines or dances featured in the trailer, Home Sweet Home: Episode 2 seems to be building on the solid foundation of the original entry. We see shadowy figures engaged in elaborate ceremonies and some brief first-person gameplay. By the looks of this teaser, Home Sweet Home: Episode 2 is looking to maintain the graphical fidelity of the original game as well, which was fairly impressive for a game of this scope. You can check out the teaser trailer down below. Be sure to check out the original Home Sweet Home on Steam and take a look at our review while you’re at it. In the opening scene of Sweet Home episode 2, we’re immediately given more context for Hyun-su’s mental state. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

Home Sweet Home EP2 Free Download Unfitgirl
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A long-time loner with a history of self-harm, he was driven to despair by the death of his family in a car crash and their failure to leave behind enough money for him to live off. At this stage, it’s unclear if his financial woes are being presented as inherent selfishness or just a manifestation of guilt and grief, though I imagine it’s the latter. Ji-su is watching over him with her baseball bat, as news reports of the monsters list symptoms that begin with a violent nosebleed. Both the premiere and this episode delight in those nosebleeds, and they’re obviously going to be a consistent visual shorthand for infection going forwards. The subject of infection is a pressing one since it isn’t immediately clear how the disease is spreading. Hyun-su seems to have contracted it without a bite, but anyone with symptoms is advised to quarantine. Sang-wook is bitten on the stairs by Hyun-su’s hungry neighbor, but after stoving her face in he seems okay — insofar as was ever “okay” to begin with. Nevertheless, when he heads downstairs, the bickering residents see no choice but to tase him and keep him captive, at one point even deciding to try and kill him, though it doesn’t go so well. Nobody seems sure of what to do. Perhaps the most fun aspect of Sweet Home episode 2 is a particular monster whose head Jae-heon bisects with a sword.

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Highlighting that the usual means of zombie-killing aren’t going to do much good against the much tougher and more varied monsters of this show, Half-Head crops up several times throughout the episode, now effectively blinded. It later staggers into Hyun-su’s apartment and he’s forced to creep around it without making a sound. Later, after receiving a very game-y weapon upgrade, he’s able to distract, stab, and electrocute it. Fun. But the most important thing Hyun-su does is endeavor to rescue a couple of young kids whose survival is going to become paramount for at least an episode or so. And that’s especially true since this installment ends with Hyun-su experiencing another nosebleed, urging the kids to get away from him as he’s besieged by flashbacks and his eyes turn dangerously black. For the 2019 sequel, Yggdrazil has understandably doubled down on this strength, pouring through indigenous folklore and local beliefs, in order to unearth even more unsettling material with which to surprise Western audiences. When I met with the dev team in Bangkok, they were eager to show off this extensive research: pointing to how they had brushed up on old movies; studied Buddhist legends, and cheekily pinched ideas from neighboring countries like Cambodia. When it came to creating their aforementioned ‘’Big Bad’’ however, they specifically drew inspiration from the world of Thai theatre, where there has been a long-standing tradition of dance and spiritualism intersecting. NBA 2K20

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Leaving no stone unturned, they interviewed renowned experts about the artform’s origins, its ongoing legacy and the finer points of choreography, so that their depiction of the Dancer ghost would feel fleshed out and genuine. Keen for me to understand how all this researched factored into the finished product, the devs arranged for me to meet with one of their primary sources, dance instructor Weerasin Changkhanoon. Here’s what I gleaned from our time together: When I met Weerasin at the Joe Louis Thai Puppet Theatre, he gave me a brief overview of his profession. ‘’Our country [inherited] dance from India, roughly 700 years ago. Back then, our two nations were connected by a massive trade route, known as the Silk Road. It was mainly used for transporting goods, but other things [made the trip] as well.’’ Weerasin explained how, thanks to this cultural exchange, scholars were able to bring over various books and documents to Thailand. Among these imports were specialist manuals that broke down the nuances of Indian dance in highly prescriptive terms. They outlined 108 distinct poses and gave firm instructions that had to be followed to the letter, with little room for experimentation. For their part, the Thai people were quick to embrace the rigid guides but crucially adapted them to be more freeing and expressive, whittling down the number of poses and making it so that movements needn’t be so precise.

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Yet whilst certain rules were relaxed, others were conversely made stricter. For example, a greater emphasis was placed on the physicality of dancers, who were now required to have perfect body symmetry at all times. This meant that if their arms were too long, they’d be expected to contort them into the right position, or if their palms didn’t curve enough then they would need to forcibly bend them on a regular basis, until they became more supple. Meeting these exacting standards was obvious very tough and there’s no denying that the performers suffered for their art. Home Sweet Home: Episode 2 seems to have latched onto this idea, as the backstory for the Dancer is clearly linked to the harsh tutelage she endured as a child. Throughout our preview, there were several opportunities to look through tiny peepholes in the walls and eavesdrop on conversing shadows. Echoing past events, these ethereal figures depicted a fledgling pupil who was desperately trying to impress her overbearing teacher. At one point we hear that she is being chastised for having ‘’stiff’’ palms, with the instructor derisively asking if her muscles are too cramped. Meanwhile, we also see that she is unfavorably compared to her dance-prodigy sister, who happens to have the ideal figure and perfect body symmetry for the class. It’s reasonable to assume that the Dancer’s origins can be traced to these flashbacks. NBA 2K21 

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After all, being subjected to that kind of pressure must surely have taken a toll on the girl’s mental state. Perhaps she was pushed too far and enacted vengeance upon her domineering teacher. That would create negative karma (disrespecting her instructor have been bad enough), potentially dooming the student to walk the earth as a spirit. Or maybe she murdered her sister out of jealousy and it’s this wronged sibling that now haunts the player. Either way, the demanding nature of Thai dance is at the center of the story. Prayer, the Afterlife and Ceremonies: The Relationship Between Thai Dance and Spiritualism Having caught us up to speed with the roots of Thai dance, Weerasin continued with his lesson: ‘’Originally, performances were reserved exclusively for royal occasions. To have them anywhere else would not only run [counter] to tradition, but it would be illegal. You see, our dances were more like prayers, intended to encourage rain for crops and things like that. This only changed when King Rama III ascended to power and the monarch showed little-to-no interest in [such] ceremonies.’’ Due to Rama’s apathy, dance troops were forced to make a living by taking their productions outside of the royal palace and onto the streets. In the process, they inadvertently discovered that the medium could be a lucrative form of entertainment and its purpose was changed forever.

Immerse Yourself In The Nightmare

Yet even after its commercialization, dance managed to hold onto its spiritual links. ‘’The medium remains very sacred to the Thai people’’ confirmed Weerasin. ‘’In fact, many of us still pay our respects to the old, dead masters every time we put on a show’’. He then went on to detail an astonishing seance that he, and many other practitioners, perform to this day. Essentially, they will have a small area in the theatre that is roped off and consecrated by a scholar. The cast of the show – which will invariably consist of a man, a woman, a giant and ‘’the monkey’’ – will then get together to summon the relevant master (apparently there’s one for each dance). Once the invitation has been accepted, the group will have to ascertain if the visiting ghost is legitimate, or if it’s just an imposter. They will do this by consulting an encyclopedia of dance, much like the ones from India, that contains all the information on each master. The spirit is then quizzed according to its own biography (they are typically asked to spell their name) and if it fails, then it will be promptly banished. However, if the ghost passes the test and proves itself to be one of the old masters, then the group will treat it with due reverence and make a food offering to secure its blessing. ‘’We wanted it to feel 100% Thai’’, muses director Saroot Tubloy when talking about his upcoming project, Home Sweet Home: Episode 2. ‘’That’s why we included the Dancer enemy. Necromunda: Hired Gun

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People will see her, and they will instantly recognize where this game is from and who made it.’’ The spectral nemesis is certainly destined to become the face of Yggdrazil’s latest, having been plastered all over the marketing material and placed center stage in each of the trailers. Much like Pyramid Head in Silent Hill 2, or Mr. X of Resident Evil fame, the Dancer will be a constant, looming threat that stalks players throughout the imminent release. It makes perfect sense for her to fill this important role as well, because – as Tubloy points out – she taps into the indie horror’s greatest USP: its Thai heritage. A cursory glance at the reviews for Home Sweet Home will demonstrate that – irrespective of whether critics actually liked the game – they were all unanimous about one thing. That the interesting cultural tidbits and creepy Asian mythology really helped give it a flavor that was entirely its own. For the 2019 sequel, Yggdrazil has understandably doubled down on this strength, pouring through indigenous folklore and local beliefs, in order to unearth even more unsettling material with which to surprise Western audiences. When I met with the dev team in Bangkok, they were eager to show off this extensive research: pointing to how they had brushed up on old movies; studied Buddhist legends, and cheekily pinched ideas from neighboring countries like Cambodia.

When it came to creating their aforementioned ‘’Big Bad’’ however, they specifically drew inspiration from the world of Thai theatre, where there has been a long-standing tradition of dance and spiritualism intersecting. Leaving no stone unturned, they interviewed renowned experts about the artform’s origins, its ongoing legacy and the finer points of choreography, so that their depiction of the Dancer ghost would feel fleshed out and genuine. Keen for me to understand how all this researched factored into the finished product, the devs arranged for me to meet with one of their primary sources, dance instructor Weerasin Changkhanoon. Here’s what I gleaned from our time together: ‘’Did Your Hands Get Cramps’’: Thai Dance and the Strive for Perfection When I met Weerasin at the Joe Louis Thai Puppet Theatre, he gave me a brief overview of his profession. ‘’Our country [inherited] dance from India, roughly 700 years ago. Back then, our two nations were connected by a massive trade route, known as the Silk Road. It was mainly used for transporting goods, but other things [made the trip] as well.’’ Weerasin explained how, thanks to this cultural exchange, scholars were able to bring over various books and documents to Thailand. Among these imports were specialist manuals that broke down the nuances of Indian dance in highly prescriptive terms.

Add-ons (DLC):Home Sweet Home EP2

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS:Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4460
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 760
Storage: 26 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-3770
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050
Storage: 26 GB available spacel

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  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
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  9. Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
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