Bloody Nightmare is another escape masterpiece coming from Selfdefiant. You can sense his style in every corner of an abounded institution soaked in eerie and cold sensation of fear. It's not just jumpscare kind of scary it's rather creepy, in a good way. It simply merges two of the most popular worlds: the world of puzzles and hidden object on one side and the world of horror on the other.
As you investigate through realistic images of old and rusty rooms, the objective becomes clearer and closer as you approach your goal. Every door has it's lock and every lock has it's key, and it's up to you to find all the keys and match them with the corresponding doors. The last door, the one that hides the exit, is hidden up in the attic.
Despite the well recognizable navigation style along with a cool skeleton pointer, the game does mention any purple orbs or gems so you don't get to collect them and trade them for new items as in earlier Melting Mindz games. Truthfully, you still do need diamonds and jars to put them at designated places in order to collect the keys. Generally, the game puzzles are easier than you might have hoped for.