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Supernatural horror adventure ASYLUM is getting a demo

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Arriving next month for the Steam Games Festival, the upcoming supernatural horror adventure ASYLUM will give us a peak behind the door with a 2-hour long demo.

From the creators of cult sleeper hit Scratches and the haunting Serena, comes a chilling journey into the darkest depths of your mind. ASYLUM is an ambitious and intricate horror adventure casting you into the hallucinatory setting of the Hanwell Mental Institute, a silent witness to unimaginable atrocities that transpired between its endless corridors.

The Steam Games Festival will be live from June 9 - June 15, with many developers getting involved to show off their games and ASYLUM is one of the most exciting looking. Agustín Cordes, founder of the development team at Senscape confirmed this on Twitter, and that a Linux demo will also be available.

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The full version should hopefully still make it out this year, after a ten-year long development cycle that has been full of ups and downs. It went through a crowdfunding campaign in 2013 but as things went on their funding got quite low, thankfully Epic Games helped out as late last year they announced they were approved for an Epic MegaGrant.

Once the demo is out for the Steam festival, we will be taking a look.

You can follow ASYLUM on Steam.

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2 comments

Dodger 21 May
Good news.
Eike 22 May
I wonder if they're not giving away too much with two hours...
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