I've heard people claim they beat the game in 5 minutes. Supposedly it is getting free DLC and such down the line to make it bigger but I dunno... I guess that will make the game 10 minutes long? Plus it apparently sucks so bad that you wouldn't want it to be longer anyway.
I'd say it took me a half an hour to complete mostly because I missed an item so I wandered the initial area for a while. For a so-called "narrative driven" horror game it had neither narrative or horror. Outside of maybe those teddy bears that whispered "help me".
I'm glad I didn't blow two bucks on this. Seriously, come on! Couldn't the dude put a little bit more imagination into the game. Sure, it could have had the same ending and all. Uggggg....
If anyone has a couple bucks to spend, buy Abyss. A much, much, much better game that will give you a few hours of enjoyment, maybe more depending on how hard the game controls for you. Not that it controls poorly, it has a fairly steep learning curve, some pick it up quicker than others.
Someone mentioned, The Letter might have dlc for it, which I find weird cause once you play through the game once, what could could the dlc possible be? I will say, the game's graphical presentation was pretty good, esp. for $2, but there needs to be a little more. Again, I almost bought this the other day, I am glad I did not. Again, more substance would have really helped the game, plus if this guy ever decides to make another game, wouldn't he or she want people to buy the second game. Stuff like this just turns people off.