Dream Daddy developer’s subsequent game is survival horror game Homebody

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Rogue Games Inc. has launched a foreboding trailer for a brand new horror game known as Homebody. The game is being developed by the YouTube group GrameGrumps, who beforehand did the relationship simulator Dream Daddy: The Dad Dating Simulator. Whereas Dream Daddy was a lighthearted mild novel game with colourful art work, Homebody is darkish and atmospheric. No official launch date for the game was revealed, however the trailer says it’s coming quickly. The game shall be accessible for PC on Steam and the Epic Games Store.

Homebody is described as a horror puzzle game and focuses on a gaggle of mates who’re being hunted by a relentless killer. The mates are additionally haunted by reminiscences of what occurred to them previously. The graphics for the game are low-texture and seem like primarily based on the early 3D fashions of 90s pc video games like Alone within the Dark. The trailer is crammed with loads of surreal imagery, together with a persistent picture of a brightly lit moon, which finally ends up showing on the face of an unknown character. The killer wears a protracted snout sheep masks and is chasing the characters in a repeatedly evolving atmosphere.

GameGrumps is a YouTube channel with over 5 million subscribers. The channel facilities on a number of YouTubers enjoying video video games and making humorous commentary as they play. The GameGrumps has since branched out to different channels that concentrate on different issues like board video games. The group developed Dream Daddy in 2017 and was initially launched solely on PC. The game turned fashionable sufficient as a result of GameGrumps model that it was quickly ported onto the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Homebody would be the group’s second main game, although this time the game shall be launched with assist from Rogue Games. Rogue Games is a small game firm that features a number of high-profile game veterans amongst its board of employees, together with Reggie Fils-Aime and Jack Tretton.