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Indie Horror Game Darkwood Looks To Tap Into Your Fear of The Unexpected | Hardcore Gamer

The bane of any work looking to inspire fear is the expected. Once you know where a monster will jump out, what noises are the rumblings of some unknown terror waiting to eat your face and what are just a cat chasing his shadow, and where and how you need to defend yourself, terror no longer has a foothold into your rational mind. The horror is scripted, and once you've read the script and seen how it plays out, the magic is gone. Darkwood, an indie survival horror game currently in the development stage, is looking to keep that from happening. (Darkwood, PC)

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