Deep Rest is a psychological adventure horror game, with focus on storytelling both direct and indirect. Combining the interactivity of the adventure genre, with aspects of different genres and mixing it with unique mechanics. You will have the ability to make dramatic changes in the story. You play a lost girl who killed herself, after suffering the sudden tragedy of her mother going into deep coma. Upon awakening you find yourself stuck. Faced with the everchanging surrealistic world of Deadwood. Engulfed by the mysterious forest that keeps changing shape and form, you soon realize its a dead end. You will encounter different characters & entities, as you progress into Deadwood. Figure out why you are stuck here, and what has happened to your mother. Did you kill yourself for nothing?
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I welcome you all on the journey through the ever changing world of Deadwood! All 7 Chapters and bonus material will be available in the full version coming to Steam Q3-Q4 2019
Description: Deep Rest is a 2D psychological adventure horror game. With a deep focus on storytelling both direct, indirect & on unique features. Utilizing a point and click interact system. Combining aspects of different genres & innovative mechanics, such as time travel, drawing sigils & paranormal events. You shape the story, you have the ability to make dramatic changes. You play a lost girl, which discovers her mother has gone into deep coma for unknown reasons. Upon discovering the horrific news, you decide to end you're own life. But when you wake up, you are faced with the purgatory world of Deadwood. Engulfed by the mysterious forest that keeps changing shape and form, you soon realize its a dead end. Overwhelmed by the journey, that challenges every emotion, life experience's & mental illness you suffer from. You encounter strange characters & entities, which you later get to decide the fate of. As you learn of your newfound time travel abilities in this world. Figure out why you are stuck here in a loop, solve the mystery of what really happened to your mother. Did you kill yourself for nothing?