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Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare (Windows)

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Title Screen

Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare

Also known as: Alone in the Dark 4
Developers: Darkworks, Spiral House
Publishers: Infogrames, Atari, SA (GOG release)
Platform: Windows
Released internationally: July 20, 2010
Released in US: June 25, 2001
Released in EU: June 22, 2001


CodeIcon.png This game has unused code.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare is an attempt to modernize the forefather of the Survival Horror genre...by turning it into a generic Resident Evil clone. Also, Edward Carnby is now good-looking, wears a trenchcoat, and has long hair.

Dammit, France.

Cheat Mode

A cheat mode can be unlocked after installing the game by editing the launch shortcut and adding wizardmaster as a launch parameter, at the end, after ...launch.exe.

(Note that this does not work in the Good Old Games release. You have to edit the shortcut so it points to aitd4.exe instead, but this will not let you modify the game's resolution, so you'll be stuck in 640x480 and the videos may not work.)

Once the game begins, after you choose a character, you can access the Cheat Mode by going into your inventory (the default key is I) and choosing it from the available options. A submenu will open and you'll be able to use these.

Goto Level

Welcome to Warp Zone!

Lets you warp to any room in the game. The blank entries crash the game, and even the act of warping might crash the game with a DirectDraw error.

Some rooms (Only accessible with Aline) are accessible with Carnby like Cave Mists. (" 805 Cave Mists " in the Level Select Menu)

Hmmm...
To do:
Check if this list contains any rooms that are not normally accessible by the game.

All Item

So many questions, so few answers.

Gives you all the weapons, objects, and documents in the game. All items are represented by a yellow question mark until you examine them, after which they show up with their normal icons.

God Mode

Gives you infinite health.

WRInf

Gives you unlimited ammo for your weapon. Even if you have no bullets for the weapon, you'll be able to reload and use it.

Debug Info

Active by default; its purpose is currently unknown.

Hmmm...
To do:
Document exactly what does this activate.


(Source: GameFAQs)

Leftover Console Messages

The file "1e292.txt" in the Provider folder contains some text remains from the Dreamcast and PS2 versions.

[START]
The controller was removed from its port
[END]
[START]
or a VM is being recognised
[END]

The file "e274f.txt" in the Provider folder contains quite a bit of system messages from the PS1, Dreamcast, and PS2 versions:

[START]
Press the open button to open the disc door and change the disc
After replacing Disc 2 with Disc 1, close the disc door
[END]
[START]
The controller was removed from its port
[END]
[START]
The game has not been started from a controller in Port A. You will not be able to save the game
[END]
[START]
There is no memory card (8MB)(for PlayStation®2) in MEMORY CARD slot 1 or the memory card (8MB)(for PlayStation®2) does not have enough free space
Please insert a memory card (8MB)(for PlayStation®2) with at least (??)KB of free space.
[END]
[START]
or a memory card (8MB)(for PlayStation®2) is being recognised
[END]
[START]
Press ² button to continue
[END]