- 96% of the 85 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive. In one ending, Aya allows her undead mother to take her father away to another world. In flashbacks, she had shoulder-length hair that is tied in two pigtails by two blue ribbons. When Aya finds this out and runs away, Alfred chases after her. As of Version 2, the Dark Quartet has been removed for unknown reasons. In the second ending, Aya saves her father from being taken by her mother's spirit. At midnight, Aya was awoken by the sound of Alfred Drevis (Aya's father) screaming, only to find that corpses, ghosts, and dolls had all come to life, and were roaming around her home.
Maria attempts to follow her, but when she fails to capture her, Maria is attacked by Alfred. There is a rumor that the book may have directions to turn people into dolls. His glasses are also cracked in the end, which is also contrary to what he looked like in the start. Mad Father takes place in northern Germany, where the 11-year old protagonist, Aya Drevis, lives with her father, Alfred Drevis, and their maid Maria. A poor woman named Jean Rooney arrives for an examination, and Aya uses anesthesia to render Jean unconscious, claiming that Jean will no longer suffer from her illnesses.
As the house burns down, Ogre transports Alfred's spirit to another world, where he is free to experiment to his heart's content, creating a mature adult clone of his daughter, leading into the events of Misao. It is possible that Aya's father wanted to turn Aya into a doll so she will not continue his work.
His eyes aren't shown until the good end of the game, which is a bright brown. However, even after this ordeal, she still loves her father more than anyone in the world except maybe her mother.
She also has quite a bit of confidence in him, being absolutely sure that he escaped the burning house because he's such a "strange guy". Meanwhile, while walking away from the burning mansion, Aya notices that her father's medical book has survived the blaze. The bookshelves in Aya's room contain books that are dark in nature for a young girl to read. Aya The young heroine of the story. Dio responds that it's his fate to disappear, and asks Maria to take care of Aya, as that is her fate and Monika's wish. Mad Father is a freeware horror adventure game by Sen (Miscreant's Room) made in WOLF RPG Editor.
Since her mother's passed away, she's felt lonely living with just her father and his assistant Maria. In the true ending, she is now an adult who has chin-length short hair and she no longer wears a ribbon.
Sign in to see reasons why you may or may not like this based on your games, friends, and curators you follow. Maria then kills Alfred and the two women leave the mansion, which is burned down by Dio, the spirit of one of Alfred's human test subjects. The book had "gross pictures", so Aya refused to read it as a kid. Aya is a shy girl who never goes outside. Her father performs secret research in his laboratory in the house's basement, with the assistance of Maria.
At first, Aya hates Maria because she feels as though Maria is trying to replace her mother and has stolen her father's love. Aya's mother is the parent that tried to get her to be more like her father, whether it be from dark story books or a less subtle method like giving her rabbit to harm. Possibly late 20's - early 30's (True Ending). Despite this, and the peculiarities of her family (namely her father's penchant for live experimentation on both humans and animals), she had a good childhood that she reflects on fondly. Aya is a compassionate and kindhearted little girl who truly loves her family and she values even things that previously belonged to one of her relatives, such as Monika Drevis' (Aya's mother) perfume. Apparently, one of the corpses raised by the curse. Aya is a beautiful pale-skinned little girl with long black hair that has square bangs hanging over her forehead with a large pink ribbon tied in the back and light blue eyes. https://mad-father.fandom.com/wiki/Aya?oldid=15087. Her mother was incredibly ill, and presumably died of illness before the occurrence of the game. Strangely, Aya is completely unaffected by the screams and pleas for help coming from Alfred's basement; this is seen in the beginning of the game when Aya hears a terrifying plea for help from her father's basement but ignores it completely. In all of the dialogue, the top portion of … A remake of the classic horror exploration game makes its way to Steam.
This shows Aya's consideration for her father's wishes to the point of not caring what goes on in his laboratory. The game has three endings based on the player's choices.
For example, after getting attacked on a couple of cases, she simply leaves/runs out of the room and says nothing afterwards. The game then branches into two endings depending on Aya's actions; if Aya neglects to help Maria and instead attempts to escape the mansion, she is found by her father and killed, with Alfred performing taxidermy on her corpse and rendering her into one of his dolls.
In fact, her love and protectiveness for her family is one of the most powerful driving forces in the game; this is what primarily aided her in persevering throughout the whole journey to save her father, despite witnessing numerous things that would usually drive even an adult to insanity. After returning to the real world, she runs into Maria, who knocks her out, takes her to the basement and then kills her, turning her corpse into a doll.
Mad Father takes place in northern Germany, where the 11-year old protagonist, Aya Drevis, lives with her father, Alfred Drevis, and their maid Maria. To view reviews within a date range, please click and drag a selection on a graph above or click on a specific bar. Aya is a shy girl who never goes outside. She consciously avoids getting too close to her father's "research", and does her best to remain … In the 'true ending', it is revealed that Alfred wanted to turn Aya into a doll. The game was developed by Japanese developer Sen, published by Miscreant's Room and released on 10 December 2012.
When Aya encounters the enemy, her life bar appears on the top-right.  A Steam version, published by AGM Playism, was released on 23 September 2016. It may also be a sign of her lack of sympathy for others, with the exception of loved ones, due to lack of friends and social events outside her home. A mysterious man who helps Aya along the way. The life bar decreases with each attack.
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