caffeine2Most likely you’ve already read about Caffeine, a unique horror game that takes place in a caffeine mining ship in deep space. In writing about it last week, Julie Morley said:

Caffeine is an interesting take on a psychological horror game utilizing exploration from a child’s perspective. Different emotions are stirred up; if not even a completely different mindset once players acknowledge this. The player is vulnerable and very exposed without much protection or light sources to guide them along. It’s all relying on the exploration to figure out what’s going on. A combination of suspense and uncertainty, lore, and puzzle solving will potentially capture the attention of players and keep them captivated for the entirety of gameplay.”

Sound intriguing? While you can still download a playable demo of Caffeine for yourself; if downloading, installing, and playing stuff sounds too cumbersome then you can always just watch! Our very own David Lins has posted a video walkthrough of the Caffeine demo to our YouTube channel.

Watch our Caffeine demo playthrough below, or on YouTube. Once you’re done make sure to subscribe to our channel; we’ve got plenty of content planned for it!  When you’re done be sure to check out the Caffeine Kickstarter, it’s running until June 19th and needs your consideration.

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Greg Micek has been writing on and off about games since the late nineties, always with a focus on indie games. He started DIYGames.com in 2000, which was one of the earliest gaming sites to focus exclusively on indie games.
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