Tri Synergy and Viperante Creative Media have announced that Corrosion: Cold Winter Waiting has gone gold and is available for digital download. Corrosion: Cold Winter Waiting is a dark, shocking, and fear-charged mystery horror game that puts the players in shoes of Sheriff Alex Truman as he attempts to piece together the origins of a disturbed and unidentified car crash survivor.
Set entirely underneath the idyllic country farmhouse of Cold Winter Farm, in the deserted and claustrophobic confines of a mysterious and secret underground complex, players will explore a place nobody knew existed. It is here players will uncover a twisted past that gets more and more terrifying with every corner turned, every door opened, and every note read.
Backed by atmospheric pre-rendered 3D scenes and a chilling yet beautiful score, Corrosion: Cold Winter Waiting weaves a tangled and brutal tale of love, revenge, jealousy, and bitter rivalry to create a horror experience that will bring new meaning to the concepts of hope and trust, and leave you questioning what you know, is really what you know.
Corrosion: Cold Winter Waiting is said to feature detailed storyline and characters, puzzles integrated into the narrative, First-person slideshow-style interface, atmospheric 3D scenes, as well as chilling and emotive original score.
Corrosion: Cold Winter Waiting is available for digital download at www.trisynergy.com & www.justadventure.com, where a free trial version can also be found.
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