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Papa Sangre II lets you put Boromir in your ears

By , on October 21, 2013
Last modified 11 months, 1 week ago

The sequel to sound-based horror game Papa Sangre is hoping to make a big bang when it manifests on the App Store this Halloween.

Like its predecessor, Papa Sangre II lets you step into the afterlife, and challenges you to escape using only one of your five senses: sound.

Using your thumbs to tap out your character's footsteps, you must guide yourself around the Land of the Dead in complete darkness.

To help you work out where you are, the game pipes 3D-emulating binaural sound through your headphones, allowing you to orient yourself by judging the distance and direction of objects in the environment.

If that wasn't spine-tingling enough, developer Something Else has enlisted the vocal talents of Boromir and Ned Stark himself, Sean Bean, to act as your narrator. 

We thought Papa Sangre was a unique and creepy delight, and can't wait to see what the sequel has in store for us. Luckily, we only have to hang on until October 31st to find out.

In the meantime, why not check out the trailer for Papa Sangre II below.


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