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Submitted by jlibster 936d ago | news

ASYLUM: From the designer of Scratches

Proving the Horror Adventure Genre is still "undead" and well, Senscape, the creators of "Scratches" are producing a larger, more elaborate, and oh so scarier sequel: Asylum. There is TONS of footage, images, sounds, a documentary, teasers (And screamers) all on a Kickstarter campaign whose reward lists are nearly as impressive as the footage from this game which is been in development for 4 years is in the final stages. Its at the 50% mark, so its within striking distance and will run on ALL desktop platforms, including MS Windows, MacOS and Linux. With over 100 rooms to explore, a full music (really instruments) and professional actors, it should give you nightmares for years to come. (Culture, Dev, IGN, Kickstarter, Linux, MAC, PC, Scratches, Scratches Director's Cut, Survival/Horror, Windows 7, Windows Vista)

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