You might’ve heard that in space, no one can hear you scream. I’m not sure if the same rule governs all sounds, such as nervously grinding your teeth together because you’re a child who’s been left unsupervised in a space ship filled with raw caffeine, or if the “no one” it refers to includes ship-dwelling space monsters.
At least one of those questions will be answered when the first of the three episodes that make up Caffeine hits PC next month. The game will eventually make its way to PS4 and Xbox One, we just don’t know when that will happen yet.
I have serious respect for developer Incandescent Imaging, which may be the first — or one of an exclusive few — to finish a game after three failed attempts at crowdfunding.
Congrats, you. Now pop open a Red Bull and watch a movie or something. You’ve earned it.
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