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Erie drops you into a visually stunning, yet terrifying scenario where your goals are to investigate, survive, and finally escape. It’s first person horror meets intense dark-ride with hidden, rotting cats. Erie begins in October 1966, when the Fermi 1 Nuclear Power Generator suffers a partial meltdown, and locals begin disappearing from a sleepy Michigan town. Oliver Victor is a Red Cross Investigator sent to find missing locals, but quickly finds himself trapped underground and being hunted by a product of forced-mutation experiments. Oliver’s rescue mission quickly turns into a struggle to survive, escape and uncover what’s been happening under the nuclear plant on the shores of Lake Erie. Developed by the University of Utah's EAE Master Games Studio Program.

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ERIE is one of those games where you just can't believe a game that looks this good is for free!

A very good Game but i cant change the revoulotion and graphic its lag very hard

Beautiful scenery, magnificent gameplay, and a very good horror style game overall


Scary as hell, Id definitely payed for this.

I've seen a let's play of this game and it looks cool and very scary! The only downside is that there is no option to adjust the graphics. My laptop is a bit old and I can't really enjoy this game because it stutters to much. But I'm sure such a feature will be implemented in the future :). Can't wait to play it honestly, good work!


Epic game!

i would totally pay for this this is awesome


Had to change my shorts a couple times.


Very good game! What would make it more interesting is having the abiliry to use better shading when entering a lit room. Not critisizing, just noticing some graphical glitches.


Ubeleivable game! such good graphics and gameplay for free? i defineatly can't wait for more games from these guys!

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Highest Rated (27 agree) 10/10

ERIE is one of those games where you just can't believe a game that looks this good is for free!

Oct 11 2012 by cgd0029