We have a new trailer for the eerie indie horror game Caffeine, which recently made its way to Indiegogo. The game follows a young boy who wakes up alone on a caffeine mining station as something lurks in the shadows of each empty corridor and darkened room. Like its predecessors, this teaser is comprised entirely of in-game footage, and unfortunately, it also doesn’t offer much of the horror aspect.
I recently played through the demo for Caffeine and I had quite a bit of fun with it. Even though — for the most part — nothing is happening, there’s a general sense of uneasiness that permeates every room. Evil has a presence, and it’s made more effective by the fact that I have no idea what it is that’s in the station.
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