The other day I was thinking about an indie game that is currently in development and how perfectly suited it would be to feature intellectual property from another studio. This raised the question, what if studios were more accommodating with the use of their IP?
I’m not particularly fond of mobile gaming, however the moment I read about Night Terrors I was eager to learn more. This is certainly going to be a horror gaming experience that’ll appeal to any horror fiend.
Their goal is simple, to create the scariest game ever made. It’s a highly immersive, photorealistic, binaural, AUGMENTED REALITY survival horror game for mobile devices. Gameplay takes place at home, after dark, with the lights off and your headphones on.
Think about a system that understands where you are in your environment, and is able to exploit that information in order to create an unbelievable augmented reality experience.
Think about playing a game where the storyline involves you. Consider a future full of movies you star in, experiences that seem real, and scenarios, in our case, that are freakishly frightening.
This is in your house. This is in your apartment. This is in your environment.
This is Night Terrors.