New BTS Video for Folklore-Inspired Horror Adventure Game
Today we have a cool look at one of the real-world locations you’ll visit in the new hand-drawn horror game Mundaun, launching for PC and consoles on 16 March.
In this second episode, “Chapel,” Michel Ziegler takes us on a behind-the-scenes trip to a real-life chapel which inspired one of the first locations he modeled for the game. The episode highlights the various architectural inspirations which have been recreated in Mundaun.
The game is now available to wishlist on Steam. Additional BTS episodes will be released bi-weekly in the lead up to the game’s launch.
A lovingly hand-pencilled horror adventure by Hidden Fields, a one-man studio founded by Swiss programmer and illustrator Michel Ziegler, slated to release on PC and consoles on March 16, 2021. Mundaun is a tale set on the darker side of the Swiss Alps, with a story rooted in the chilling folklore of the region. Players follow a young man who travels to the town of Mundaun to investigate the mysterious circumstances behind his grandfather’s death. Along the way, he discovers that something old and diabolic is haunting the eccentric residents of the town. Players will solve a number of hand-crafted puzzles to uncover the secrets of Mundaun, and must also avoid triggering the game’s unique fear system, a “cause-and-effect” gameplay feature which impacts players if they become scared.
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