Survival horror game Dark Moonlight announced for PC

Survive in a dark world where danger lurks around every corner.

Dark Moonlight

Publisher Black Rose Projects and developer Silent Bear Studio have announced survival horror game Dark Moonlight for PC (Steam). A release date was not announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Dark Moonlight is an action survival horror game set in the near future that allows the player to control the fate of Dave Kellerman, who suffers from various fears and phobias. He goes in for modern psychiatric treatment, which at first looks promising, but with time it turns out that not everything is as beautiful as it seems.

Key Features

  • Enter the Experimental Treatment Process – Dave’s life was already unbearable. He decided to take a risk and undergo experimental therapy. Doctors promised it was completely safe and tested…
  • Something Went Wrong… Try to Escape from a Dark World Full of Surprises – You wake up in another world, nothing is right… You must fight to survive and forget about your fears and mental health. Your inventory is limited—will you survive without proper amount of ammo or first aid?
  • Solve Puzzles to Uncover a Mystery – There are tons of puzzles in the game, can you solve all of them? Exercise your mind to achieve the best result. This will allow you to find new equipment and become a stronger opponent.
  • Defeat Demonic Monsters to Survive – You can expect scary demons and monsters around every corner—better be prepared. Use the available weapons to fight the beasts, but remember that beasts can rise up from the grave.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery.

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