Free Demo Now Available for Survival Strategy Game “Terror: Endless Night”
No Netflix. Just chill…
…No, not the fun kind.
As part of Steam Next Fest, publisher Feardemic has released a free demo for Terror: Endless Night.
Developed by Unseen Silence, Terror: Endless Night is a horror strategy game inspired by Dan Simmons’s novel, The Terror, which is itself inspired by true events.
In Terror: Endless Night, you will witness the harrowing trials and tribulations of the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror. Players must take command of your ship and its crew while trapped in the ice of the frozen North.
Here’s the official breakdown of Terror: Endless Night from Feardemic, followed by a new trailer:
Set out on a rescue mission into the harsh cold of the Arctic Ocean in search of HMS “Erebus” and HMS “Terror” in this turn-based strategy game. What will YOU do when harsh weather and limited supplies force you into impossible decisions?
Manage your crew
Each crew member is a living person with their own skills, and they all have their needs that need to be taken care of but so does the ship. Assign shifts, manage your supplies, and pass laws, all to one end – survive.
Make decisions and live with their consequences
Trapped in ice and with limited supplies, you’ll be forced to make difficult decisions to keep your crew alive. Will you show compassion or let the shattering frost reduce human lives to a cold-hearted calculus? Will you die with dignity or feed on your comrade’s body to live another day? What will you do?
The harsh cold and the polar night are reasons enough for someone to break. Add hunger, pain, and seeing your crewmates perish, either from the elements or by their own hand, and the weight of your reality becomes simply unbearable. You may yet come back from this mission, but will it be with body and brain intact?
You can add Terror: Endless Night to your Steam wishlist or play the free demo for a limited time (until 10 October).
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