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Check out Devil's Hideout a horror point and click adventure game

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Cosmic Void are currently developing Devil's Hideout, a horror point and click adventure where you have to deal with a bunch of cultists that faked your sister's death.

The developers previously made the point and click adventures Twilight OracleBlood NovaThe Corruption Within and Void Breach with the latest two having Native Linux support (which is planned for this one too).

More: "Devil's Hideout is a horror point and click adventure. Lauren learns from a mystic that her young sister is still alive, with cultists staging her death. Traveling to the hospital where her sister received care, Lauren plunges headfirst into a nightmare.

The world of Devil's Hideout is pure horror - narratively, aurally, and visually. Playing as Lauren, explore an abandoned hospital and a nearby town to find her young sister. Solve puzzles with the help of her friend Atticus, as you delve the insidious shadows of Devil's Hideout."

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It's crowdfunding on Kickstarter in the hopes of raising €9,500.

You can help fund it on Kickstarter and follow it on Steam.

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4 comments

razing32 Apr 13
Finally .
Something other than comedy/parody.
tuubi Apr 13
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Quoting: razing32Finally .
Something other than comedy/parody.
You keep suggesting that non-comedy point-and-click adventures are rare or hard to find, and it still doesn't make any sense. I've been playing them since the eighties, and several new ones are released every year.
razing32 Apr 13
Quoting: tuubi
Quoting: razing32Finally .
Something other than comedy/parody.
You keep suggesting that non-comedy point-and-click adventures are rare or hard to find, and it still doesn't make any sense. I've been playing them since the eighties, and several new ones are released every year.

I know that some are released - it would be impossible not to - but the ones that stand out always have this comedy/parody feel to them.
whizse Apr 13
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Actually two of the best point and clickers I've played recently have been of the horror variety, The Excavation of Hobbs Barrow and Nightmare Frames.

Haven't had time to try this one yet, but brownie points to the devs for making a demo. Actually a double serving as they seem to have demos for most (all?) of their games!
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