Lights – Cover


This is not a horror game, I swear! Lights is an innovative and unique video game where you control a shadow monster who needs to avoid any type of light to not die.

  • Language: English
  • Number of players: 1 Player
  • Release date: March 24, 2019
  • Development time: 2 Weeks
  • Game engine: Unity
  • Author: Oriol Serrabassa
  • Controls: Arrow keys or WASD
  • Goal: Survive the longest while avoiding the lights

Additional information

For being my first real video game in Unity, I think this project is amazing. I designed the game in order to have mechanics and gameplay that I at least have never seen in any video game. Also, the game gets progressively harder the longer you live.

As a fun fact, the song that plays during the main scene of the game is from a popular kid’s video game from the PlayStation 2 back in my days. This song played in a really scary and frightening episode and since I am kinda of a coward I had a very bad time dealing with it. Unregarding that, it is an excellent well crafted stage in all means and by far the best one in the game in my opinion. I am a very playful person so if you really want to know which video game I am talking about, work hard for it.


If you simply want to play the game, just download the assets and you will find and executable file for Windows and Mac unless you also want to check the project itself which in this case you will need to follow the instructions below.

  1. Download Lights
  2. Download and install Unity Hub
  3. Go to
  4. Find Unity 2018.3.6 and then click on Unity Hub
  5. Complete the installation process
  6. Change to the Projects section on the left sidebar
  7. Click Add and select the folder inside of the project
  8. Open the project

Now you can do everything with my project like creating a Linux build in case you need one.

Assets (94 MB)


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