Sure, The Fridge is Red—however that is by far not the strangest factor happening on this psychadelic PS1-style horror from 5WORD Team, even when it is what they’ve chosen to call the factor.
Retro spooks are in every single place as of late, and whereas The Red Door does not look to interrupt the mould an excessive amount of, it is actually shaping as much as be a shining instance of it. Throughout haunted graveyards, sterile hospitals and considerably unholy church halls, you are given a tour of frightfully acquainted environments, rendered as typical in that creepy vertex-wobbling PS1 model.
The developer notes that The Fridge is Red options “experimental gameplay”, which ought to hopefully give a bit extra character to those surrealist, spooky environments. At the very least, sticking an elevator button right into a human eyeball and listening to it squirm in upsetting sufficient, and seems to be par for the course contained in the Red Fridge.
The Fridge is Red is coming to Steam close to the top of this 12 months, however has a free demo to download and check out straight away.