Indie Horror Adventure Game 'Tormentum' Gets a Demo - Bloody Disgusting!

Indie Horror Adventure Game ‘Tormentum’ Gets a Demo

The nightmarish point-and-click adventure game Tormentum made its way onto my radar when it arrived on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo last month. It’s being crafted by OhNoo, a Polish developer comprised of three people, though you wouldn’t know that by looking at this game. Tormentum looks twisted, and I mean that in the best way possible.

So far, the game has raised about $7,300 of its $9,000 goal. With a little under two weeks left in the campaign, I have confidence they’ll reach their goal.

In an effort to reinvigorate interest in the funding campaign, OhNoo has released a playable demo to give fans an idea of what to expect when Tormentum proper releases on Windows and Mac possibly later this year. I now know what game I’ll be playing next on our YouTube channel.

If you’d like to support the game, you can do so on its Indiegogo page. Donating $9 will get you a Steam key to download the game when it launches. You can find the demo there as well.


  • Sick_skwerl

    I can’t wait to see the Let’s Play

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  • marklola12 .

    not my kind of point and click game, I would like a good horror one but the design of this I do not like, I prefer proper 3rd person point and clicks im affraid

  • fruitcake555

    It looks like a 3D pop up book, and that would be a great thing … If it was a 3D pop up book.

  • Brodequin

    I downloaded and played it yesterday. It’s classic point and click mixed with puzzle solving game, full of beautifully designed animated assets (not like in most of hidden object games just standing still), with great background music. Playing it was relaxing and chilling… I LOVE THIS GAME!!!

  • Brodequin

    Btw: OhNoo is not a Finnish developer. It’s Polish.

    • Adam Dodd

      Oops, not sure why I thought they were in Finland. Thanks for catching that, it’s fixed.