A new Kickstarter is hoping to raise $200K for Among the Sleep, a first-person horror/adventure from Krillbite Studio, formed by interactive digital art students who decided to band together to continue development of a concept they came up with at school. Word is: "The game is heavily based on atmosphere and exploration, and using the two year old child’s perspective. For example you’ll be able to see your own body at all times, and you will have to interact with the environment to find places to hide from dangers." Also: "There might be threats hiding in every shadow, but there’s no traditional combat. Instead, players will actively have to find places to hide, and avoid confrontation to survive. For example in cupboards and under furniture." They include a prototype gameplay teaser video from almost a year ago and a new environment teaser trailer for a more current look, saying all their videos are shot entirely in game. Among the Sleep has endorsements from all sorts of industry pundits, and the top of the page has plaudits from Cliff Bleszinski and Jim Sterling, though of course we never can tell when they are just trolling us. Thanks nin.
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