PlayWay Has Two More Upcoming Indie Horror Games to Fill Those Drawers

With first-person survival horror game Agony already on the way, indie publisher PlayWay is doubling and tripling down on the genre with another pair of creepy delights you’ll be able to enjoy this year with a soiled pair of undies.

First up, we have Bad Dream: Coma, a point-and-click horror adventure with a unique sort of handdrawn sketchbook art style. From developer Desert Fox, Bad Dream: Coma takes place in a disturbing, surreal world where you can’t die, but you do have to make tough choices that lead to non-linear progression. The game’s currently slated to launch for PC in Q2 2017. A playable demo is currently available to try on Steam, should you feel so inclined.

Later on in the year, PlayWay will distribute Puzzling Dream’s horror adventure Unlucky Seven. From the creators of last year’s well received Flashback-like retro adventure The Way, Unlucky Seven combines pixel art with a stylized VHS 3D vibe to present a dark sci-fi narrative also built around a system of choices and consequences. The storyline centers on a crew of death row inmates trapped on an alien planet, fighting for survival as they try to find a way to escape and return home.

Look forward to 20 different ending possibilities (plus choice rollback for added replay), tons of late 20th century horror and sci-fi movie references, gruesome death scenes galore, and even VR support. Apparently, the characters are anthropomorphic cats and wolves, which is an odd yet fascinating twist.

Having already been voted through on Greenlight, Unlucky Seven will be out on Steam in Q4 2017. Go wishlist it already so you don’t forget between now and then.

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