The weekly Spanish video games industry newsletter (October 14)

Hello everyone, and welcome one more Friday to our weekly newsletter! This time, we’re afraid our update is a bit light on content. It’s been a quiet few days in terms of video game releases, and a little breather is also needed after the Steam Next Fest. But you, our dear readers, are always hungry for news — so we couldn’t let you down!

Our first protagonist is the first-person psychological horror game Accursed, which has been developed by the Canary Islands team Nintai Studios. In this game focused on exploration, players will wander through the ever-changing rooms of a home as empty as sinister. You will have to find a way out against the clock, because something will try to hunt you down as you solve puzzles and riddles to access each new area of the house…

Accursed will be released later today on Steam, but if you don’t feel sure about spending your money in such spooky experience, you can try its demo now for free. Either option can be fun for a game night with friends, especially now that Halloween is approaching!

But in case you’re a true horror enjoyer, there’s more good news for you. A project called Atlas Negro: Infernum, a survival horror developed by Night Council, is now live on Kickstarter. This new adventure takes place in a world that is falling apart after hundreds of ghosts took the streets and massive electrical storms started sweeping across the Earth. In this situation, your character will start hearing a mysterious voice in his head called The Word, which seems to want your help to reach the sacred book of the Corona Radiata.

The dev team is aiming for a goal of 8,500 euros. At this time, they have already collected approximately a 20% of the money needed to fund it successfully. Don’t forget to take a look at their rewards, where you will find an amazing list of goodies like limited-edition tarot deck and a physical copy of the horror anthology that gave birth to Atlas Negro: Infernum.

And that’s all for today! We’ll be back next week with with a new update on the Spanish games industry. If you know any other game that we should have included, please let us know and we will feature it on our official Twitter account.

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