Free to Play Survival Horror Game Released by Danish Academy of Digital Interactive Entertainment
Survival horror game developed by student team available for those who have the nerve and courage.
Black Pipe, a group of 18 students working together for the first time, released Blackwell, a survival horror game that is free to play. The result of a 6-week production at DADIU, the Danish Academy of Digital Interactive Entertainment, Blackwell aims to entice the survival instinct within the players as they guide a young woman under narcotic effects to escape a lunatic asylum.
This is not just your typical survival horror game, as the wardens who patrol the asylum will investigate anything suspicious left by the player, whether it be a noise or doors left open or even lights left on in rooms. Fighting against the drugs, players will encounted tunnel vision, blindness and dizzyness in their adventure. There is a caveat, as the drugs enhance the sounds to the player, which ripple like waves through walls and furniture, serving as a guide and as assistance to danger.
A trailer is also available to give you a peek into what Blackwell is all about: TRAILER