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Apparition Gets First Trailer

Posted by GG Goblin On November - 20 - 2017

Fat Dog Games have released the first trailer for the upcoming first-person horror game Apparition, which is due to launch on Steam around Q2 2018.

 


 
There are terrible stories about this camping site in North Carolina. Apparently, people who spend the night at Devil’s Tramping Ground disappear without a trace. To wander around there at night you must be a lunatic – or an ambitious paranormal activity investigator.

 
During the nights in the forest, you fight for more evidence of the existence of ghosts – and for your own life. Use the Ouija board to communicate with phantoms. Use your camera and audio recorder to register them, putting yourself in dire risk. There’s no defense against ghosts and the more dangerous demons other than hiding and waiting for the dawn.

 
In the forest you also find notes written by people who have lived a nightmare there. Will you survive? The better question might be– for how long? Keep trying. The more traces of ghosts you record, the more points you earn, which will affect your position in the global player leaderboard.

 
Features:
- Set in the real-life, allegedly possessed location: Devil’s Tramping Ground in North Carolina
- Interactive Ouija board that answers your questions
- Different types of ghosts with surprising behaviors
- Point system and global player leaderboard

 

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