Hand drawn horror Mundaun is launched on March 16th
Mundaun may not be a horror game at the Callisto protocol or resident Evil: village, but with regard to the horror to come, there is a lot of reasons to be excited. Horror is a kind that feeds on novelty, and it’s hard to think of something new as a hand drawn game.
The game sees the protagonist, Curdin, go to the isolated region of Mundaun Swiss Alps to investigate the mysterious death of his grandfather. Unfortunately, the inhabitants of the region are haunted by a malicious spirit and want to keep their secrets.
The game was announced for an exit on March 16th. We do not know much about the gameplay, but we know that in addition to the unique visuals, Mundaun will present what the developer Hidden Fields calls a system for fear of cause that “deories players facing dangerous situations.. “
Before the exit, the mind behind the game – Michael Ziegler – publishes biweekly videos that deepen the creative process. The first of these videos fell today and enters the process of transformation of pencil drawings in the game, and you can see a glimpse of what we can expect – including a horned silhouette that could be a enemy of a kind.
Ziegler will give more details on the game on his discord server tomorrow, where he will hold a session of questions and answers, and I hope we will learn more about the type of fright that we can expect from the game. Between that and the videos Bimensuals, it seems that we will learn a lot about the game in the coming weeks that will lead to the exit of the game – and even if we may not get the most frightening game of 2020, it seems like us ” ‘will get one of the most unique.
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