A downloadable RPG Maker Horror Game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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Inspired by various classic RPG Maker horror games, like Ib and the Witch's House

It's a warm summer day and Zachary Dove is invited to his friend Connor's summer cottage, along with their other friend, Jeremy.

They are looking forward to a relaxing day of swimming, grilling, and drinking together. Later at night, however, things start to seem strange, and quickly take a turn for the terrifying.

Play time is approximately 20-30min

A walkthrough can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1o564SrLnz8S_PxZ5oZmi9vy9f6cdPUAqVSJy2GfPOOc/...

Updated 7 days ago
Published 17 days ago
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Tags2D, Atmospheric, cottage, Horror, Pixel Art, RPG Maker, Singleplayer
Average sessionAbout a half-hour


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Otter Island.zip 98 MB
Otter Island(Mac).zip 233 MB
Otter Island(Linux).zip 141 MB

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Hello mizzen I finished the game, but there is still something I don't understand that could spoil. Who is this monster?


Nice game! I wasn't sure if there were more than two endings, but I really liked the fact you based the locations on real life ones! I hope you make more games like this one!

Thanks for the feedback! Really glad to hear you enjoyed it!


Just downloaded it, and all I get is a black screen and the game doesn't load at all.


It seems it might be causing some sort of crashing issue as well. I tried to load it and 20 minutes later my computer blue screened. I think something may be causing a memory leak.


Thanks for notifying, seems like the latest patch has some kind of error, I'll have to fix this right away.


It works now! I can't wait to stream it tonight

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Greetings brother. This game was really great! I enjoyed every second of it. I am looking forward to more like these!


ah this was amazing. a great atmosphere, very much anxiety inducing.

i would love to learn more about conor's backstory (and that of his family), it for sure seems like they have some (dark?) secrets that i'm super curious about now. at the same time though i'm happy you kept this undisclosed - leaves a lot of room for imagination and allows players to think up their own reasonings and stuff. good choice!

anyway, lovely game all in all! i'm looking forward to seeing more from you dev :)


Solid game but I’ve been playing Itch IO for awhile and I have to say Jeremy is the worst character ever upvote please he was absolutely worthless he should have died. 




Not sure if it's just me, but the chase music sounds similar to the running footsteps of Zachary. If so, that's a clever touch.


This was truly an unsettling experience. There are some really good art and well-placed scares. I love the model for the antagonist and the unsettling atmosphere. It was cool to see that this was based on a real-life place but, hopefully, it's not based on real-life events lol. There is a part where if you go to the farther right corner in the back of the wine cellar and take out the safe from there you get stuck in between the safe and the wall. Not sure if that was purposeful or not but, something to look at for sure. Otherwise, great game!


Oops! Looks like I'll have to fix that :D

Thank you very much for the feedback!


Pretty sweet game! I wish that we got more info about the drawing of the girl though since it never really added to the story other than leaving me a bit confused at the end. Do you have any info on that?


It's actually just a reference to my other game, Silent Infinity ^_^

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nice creepy

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Pretty spooky game! I like the art style and design. It was cool to see your inspirations for the art while the credits rolled! The characters were pretty fun to watch and the writing was well done. The horror aspect was well done, I definitely got a bit of anxiety playing the game and freaked out a bit! Although I’m personally not a huge fan of jump scares, I’m glad it was kept to a minimum and saved for only a few effective moments.

Great work on this!