Created by Mark J Hadley, Slender: The Eight Pages is a psychological horror/survival horror video game based on the Slender Man mythos.
The goal of the game is to find a total of eight pages hidden on 8 of the 10 major landmarks in the forest, though collecting the 8 pages will not end the game. Each page is a message or drawing concerning Slender Man, who pursues the player through the forest. Each time the player collects a page (or if the player fails to collect a page after a certain period of time) Slender Man's pursuit of the player becomes more urgent.
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Added a subtitle to the game ("The Eight Pages") to differentiate it from future versions.
Improved main menu and added music to it. Also now includes links to Slender Man info and YouTube series.
Added different light sources (unlocked after beating the game once).
Added shadows (not especially noticeable except in lit areas).
Your jogging speed now increases gradually as more pages are collected.
Removed the cooldown for stamina recovery after jogging/sprinting, and reduced the stamina drain rate. When you start jogging/sprinting, however, it immediately deducts 5% of your stamina. This will allow you to jog or sprint for a much longer period of time, but makes repeated taps of the jog/sprint button cause your stamina to drain very quickly (effectively getting rid of a former exploit).
The maximum distance you can see decreases as you collect more pages; this is to keep the challenge similar for people who have fog turned off. For the same reason, Distance Shade can no longer be turned off.
Added a menu option to automatically skip the intro.
Added a pause feature, but you can only pause if there's no static (which prevents you from pausing the game in response to seeing the Slender Man).
Fixed a bug where the flashlight would try to illuminate a page on the other side of a wall.
Removed one of the hidden modes (it was only a matter of time, since it contained copyrighted material).