The weekly Spanish video games industry newsletter (November 4)

Hello, everybody!

We hope you had an amazing Halloween. Have you played some horror video games? If you haven’t had enough yet, we have some tricks up our sleeve. We’ve seen a few new releases during this week and the announcement of a new game, so let’s begin!

First, the Halloween-related titles. On October 31st we welcomed two new Spanish titles. Keplerians, a Basque Country-based studio, released Evil Nun: The Broken Mask, a game that has quickly gathered positive reviews in its Early Access version on Steam. En Evil Nun you have been selected to participate in a religious summer camp that promises to be the ideal place to make friends and spend the summer. As soon as you arrive to this place, you realize that it is a hoax. You are locked in a dilapidated school guarded by an evil nun.

Evil Nun wasn’t the only game released on October 31st. Xan Chuchamel is an old-school cute puzzle platformer with more than 50 levels. The game has been developed from Narubane and is now available on Steam.

If you enjoyed Oxide Room 104 from Wildsphere, today is you lucky day. This week, the studio announced it’s working on a sequel of its bone-chilling body-horror game with escape room gameplay. You can check the video announcement here.

Platonic Games, known for their mobile game releases, have a new title in their portfolio. Crab Island is a relaxing fishing game where you collect dancing crabs. The game is available both on iOS and Android and it lets you choose between more than 100 skins and costumes to dress up your crab, upgrade your island while fishing coins or other treasures, and unlock mysterious shrines to summon Crabthulhu.

And today we have a few new releases. Aeterna Noctis, the metroidvania from Aeternum Game Studios, lands physically on Nintendo Switch thanks to Selecta Play, a platform that also welcomes Tape, from BlackChiliGoat Studio, a mind-bending thriller set in Spain in the 90s, and Insomnis, a horror adventure from Path Games. And let’s not forget about Maestro VR, a rhythmic music video game by Symphonic Games where you become an orchestra conductor in Virtual Reality. In this game, players will feel the unique experience of conducting a symphony orchestra.

That’s it for this week. Have a nice weekend and don’t forget to follow us on social media!

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