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Creepy kids and sinister surgery in upcoming psychological thriller In Fear I Trust

By James Gilmour, on January 10, 2014
Last modified 3 months, 1 week ago

Developer Black Wing Foundation is preparing for weird out iOS gamers with its incoming episodic psyschological thriller In Fear I Trust.

We got our first glimpse of this horror-inflected adventure last year when the team posted a short video showing the intro to the first episode. Now, having partnered with publisher Chillingo, the folks behind the weirdness have published the game's first official trailer (below).

Thematically, it looks like In Fear I Trust is riffing on a whole bunch of horror archetypes. You've got the creepy hospital ward, strange experiements on human test subjects, and references to buildings being erected on sacred ground.

In terms of actual gameplay, though, its look like the developer has chosen the puzzle route. Players will have to examine notes and interact with objects to solve logic puzzles, and unlock the "horrific" truth behind the facility in which you are trapped.

Though we don't have an exact release date, we've been assured that this spooky adventure is "coming soon" to the App Store. Better still, the initial download will contain two full episodes to tide you over until the rest of the series is complete.

Will it live up to its spooky potential? In hope we trust.


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