I stumbled across this game while looking for something to play on our YouTube channel and I was immediately hooked. Raindrop is an indie horror game that’s currently seeking the funds — an ambitious $144,000 — through the crow-funding site, Kickstarter. Unfortunately, despite an incredibly promising premise and a gorgeous gameplay teaser, the game is still has only (relative to their goal) raised about $39,000 at the time of this writing.
There are only ten days left in its crowd-funding campaign, but I just had to share this game with all of you. Read on to see Raindrop in action.
According to its Kickstarter page, Raindrop revolves “around a horror themed storyline, the chilling and breathtaking atmospheres will keep you inching around each corner while uncovering the hidden truth behind the complex and its inhabitants. Scavenge items to build objects in order to piece together complex puzzles, or dangerous death traps. Gather hints and schematics to unveil rewards and information. Survive both the haunting environment and your own battered sanity.”
I’m not sure what’s going on in that teaser, but my gut is telling me it has to do with the extraterrestrial. The game has been in development for over five years now, and the team behind it is only made up of two people — Nihad Nasupovic and Max Ramirez. This only makes what they’ve accomplished so far all the more impressive. It’d be a shame to see such a promising indie game fail.
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