The party soon turns deadly in Strobophagia: Rave Horror, a PC game that drops you into a deadly and psychedelic occult forest rave.

Ah, raving in the great outdoors. What could be more liberating? You hear of a party in the forest called the Headless Festival. Kind of a strange name but no stranger than any other. You arrive and the party is already jumping, with lasers, Day-Glo clad revellers and banging techno. There’s just one problem: the organizers announce that the price of admission is the lives of all attendees.

This is the premise behind Strobophagia: Rave Horror, an upcoming PC game from Swedish developers Green Tile Digital. At its heart, it’s a first-person survival game but what makes it unique is of course the setting. Taking place in and around a rave in the forest, you have to navigate your way out as well as solve macabre puzzles in the form of ‘rites’. The game also features a smartphone-mechanic, which allows you to home in on wi-fi signals from pirate boxes scattered around the rave.

The game was clearly made by techno heads, with what the company describes as “an oppressive yet danceable dark-electro soundtrack” that plays in the rave areas.

Green Tile Digital started the game in university and have continued to work on it while doing part-time jobs to make ends meet. It has already garnered positive advanced word thanks to a playable alpha version and YouTube videos.

Green Tile Digital will release Strobophagia: Rave Horror on October 28. Visit their website for more information.

Author Adam Douglas
2nd October, 2020

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You currently have an ad blocker installed

Attack Magazine is funded by advertising revenue. To help support our original content, please consider whitelisting Attack in your ad blocker software.

Find out how