Mozart's Name Day - Halloween stories for music lovers
Last Name Day: Requiem
A mysterious client, a requiem mass which is a masterpiece of its genre, left unfinished because of the composer's death.
The Requiem was without any doubt the only possible choice for the last installment of “Mozart's Name Day” series of Halloween stories.
Therefore, if you want to discover why being seated in front of someone tapping fingers following the rhythm of Mozart's last composition can be described as a terrifying experience, just go on with the reading.
For those unfamiliar with this series of Halloween short novels, it is a story where text, images and, above all, music are part of the experience, but it's not a visual novel, there are no choices to make and no alternate endings, the only required action is touching the screen anywhere to proceed forward.
For further details about this unusual combination between Mozart's music and horror stories, check out the First Name Day in the "More from developer" section on this page.
Always remember that, if you will not like this story, it's only my fault, especially with reference to used open-source software, free online resources, creative commons images and soundfonts, all credited at the end: any flaw is attributable solely to me.
Enjoy and thanks to all people who downloaded, evaluated and reviewed the previous stories.
Happy Halloween to everyone, happy name day to Mozart and happy birthday to me.
Credits for images used in screenshots:
Hands XII - Cold Slip
by janet isn't real
by Laura Longenecker
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