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Krillbite’s Among the Sleep shows the horrors of childhood

29 May 2012 by John Robertson
Norway's Krillbite may have hit on something quite brilliant for their forthcoming first-person horror title Among the Sleep. It's true that 'play as a two year old in a spooky house' sounds a bit like one of those ideas pitched by the pretend twitter version of Peter Molyneux; but it's also a fascinating prospect. Not only is the regression to childhood a pretty alarming concept for most people, but the change of perspective should work wonders for a horror title. Plus, you know, more things are scary when you're a kid. See for yourself with the gameplay trailer, below Among the Sleep is coming to the PC. There's no concrete release date on the game's site, but a 'coming soon' banner suggests we'll see it in 2012. [video2=2955]

Norway’s Krillbite may have hit on something quite brilliant for their forthcoming first-person horror title Among the Sleep. It’s true that ‘play as a two year old in a spooky house’ sounds a bit like one of those ideas pitched by the pretend twitter version of Peter Molyneux; but it’s also a fascinating prospect.
Not only is the regression to childhood a pretty alarming concept for most people, but the change of perspective should work wonders for a horror title. Plus, you know, more things are scary when you’re a kid. See for yourself with the gameplay trailer, below
Among the Sleep is coming to the PC. There’s no concrete release date on the game’s site, but a ‘coming soon’ banner suggests we’ll see it in 2012.
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