"I got a phone call about a week ago from a Trust & Estates Lawyer. He informed me that my grandfather had passed away. My mother wasn’t willing to speak with him on settling the inheritance passed down through next of kin.
He found my number to see if I could convince her to reconsider, as it was a sizable property…
My mother told me my grandfather died before I was born. I couldn’t help but feel betrayed after hearing that he was alive all these years and only a short flight away. She is not an unreasonable or vindictive woman, quite the opposite, but rarely spoke of her parents or upbringing.
After a week of consideration I’ve decided to take an absence from work and travel to my grandfather’s house without my mother’s knowledge to see the estate myself. Hopefully I’ll learn about who he was and get closure on the years we may have missed together."
The manor and surrounding properties sprawl into a maze of corridors, bedrooms, foyers, libraries, studies, galleries, gardens, and more.
Filled with puzzles, traps, and hidden passageways that keep the player exploring and solving the secrets of the manor.
You are not alone, the occupants and even manifestations of the manor itself keep the player running, hiding, or fighting for your life.
The game will be available for download in 2019
After a year of development I've released a beta gameplay trailer for the game Deathbloom, a survival horror game inspired by classics such as Silent Hill, Resident Evil, and Cry of Fear. The player is put in increasingly challenging and dangerous tasks throughout their journey to escape the house, that was believed to be abandoned.
I'm aiming to release a demo for the game in the early stages of 2019 and then the full game later in the year.
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