The developer behind the subway horror game U55 – End of the Line — one of our 30 indie horror games to watch — has released a new behind-the-scenes video that gives you an idea of how much time is invested into ambiance, or the way a game sounds.
Sounds is especially important when it comes to horror, as it’s often used to build tension (Outlast), atmosphere (Silent Hill), or immersion (Resident Evil). If a game doesn’t sound great, it can easily break the experience.
In related news, U55 is currently seeking a €32,000 loan on the Swedish crowdfunding website Funded By Me — you can support it here.
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