Phantasmal, Retro Survival Horror Arrives On Steam

Phantasmal, is a first-person survival horror game from indie game developer Eyemobi. The title is now available on Steam with a retail price of; $14.99. A limited special offer is currently running. “Phantasmal” has a 20% launch discount during its first week of it’s release. Gamers are promised a terrifying gaming experience with an emphasis on unpredictability. Joe Chang, Eyemobi Team Lead shared the following on what to expect in “Phantasmal”. Chang states:

“A great horror game is one where you never know what’s coming next. By procedurally generating levels, creatures, and pickups, and then updating on the fly to suit players’ differing abilities, we’ve created a constant ‘edge of your seat’ experience that never repeats,”

A port to  XBox One is in development with a planned release date for sometime in 2016. Also, “Phantasmal” will be released as a Virtual Reality (VR) compatible format.

Pre 1990’s Hong Kong’s Kowloon Walled City provides the backdrop to “Phantasmal”. The game is marketed as a throwback to survival horror video games of yesteryear. Stealth is the prime focus of the game substituting direct action oriented game play.

Below are the Key Features issued via Press Release.

  • Fear the Unknown: Every ramshackle, disgusting room and corridor is uniquely generated – it’s a constant battle with anxiety as you’ll never know what comes next!
  • Don’t Go Insane: Facing terrifying creatures and skulking in the suffocating darkness will erode sanity until you can no longer tell the difference between reality and illusion.
  • Tread Softly: Every fight could be your last. Distract and sneak past enemies as much as possible.
  • Light – Both an Ally and Enemy: Every survivability asset has a price. Use light sources wisely – use them to restore sanity, but at the risk of being spotted and seen!

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