A.H. is a German indie developer that’s built up a following in Germany since last year. The game is a first-person horror game about a young girl named A.H. who wakes up to find herself in a creepy place called Hell. It’s a really weird game, and the game really does look as creepy as ever.
I have to say that the game looks awesome and A.H is an awesome girl, but it seems like this game is more about the gameplay than her appearance.
A.H. is a very good example of how a game can feel like a horror movie. That’s not to say that the game is in any way a horror game. It does have some of the old-school “horror” traits that are present in some horror films. But it actually takes that same old-school horror movie approach and gives it a fun twist of “fantasy” and “horror.
A.H. is a cool, smart girl who has a lot of powers and can basically take over the game. Her best power is her ice powers. They are one of the best things about A.H. (and in fact all A.H.’s powers are awesome) and they’ve never been used before, so she has to be able to figure out what they are. This is actually one of the reasons why she needs the ice powers.
A.H. is in a party with two members of her own team, M.K. and N.K. Both of these guys have the ice powers of ice-melting, but the point is they have just been sitting on a beach in the sun without their powers. A.H. gets a call from M.K. and N.K. to come and help her out.
A.H. says she’s been trying to figure out what her powers are for a year and it just gets more confusing and more confusing. It’s a good thing we don’t need to know how ice-melting works until the game is released, because we won’t get the chance to figure it out for ourselves until after the game comes out.
A.H. uses her ice-melting powers to melt the ice in her eyes so she can see. It doesnt look like she will be able to see with the eyes that she has, but still she can easily see. When A.H. gets back to the beach with M.K. and N.K., A.H. says it is time to make her ice-melting powers work. A.H.
I don’t know why theres always a “but” after an “either/or” sentence but this is confusing. A.H. says that she has ice-melting powers and they arent working. Then she says they arent working yet. Then she says they are working. Then she says they are working. Then she says they are working. Then she says they are working. Then she says they are working. Then she says they are working.
A.H.I tries to make ice-melting powers work but they only work when she is near the ice (that is, in the water). The water temperature is too cold for them to melt. So A.H.I sits in the ocean and starts to build up the ice by melting her body.