Middle of Nowhere Is A Survival Horror Title, Powered By Unity – Kickstarter Campaign Launched

Middle of Nowhere

Aaron Wilde of VisionArts has informed us about his company’s upcoming indie title, Middle of Nowhere. Middle of Nowhere is a single player, first person survival horror game that is powered by the Unity engine. The game focuses on story-driven gameplay mechanics and there is a Kickstarter campaign with which VisionArts aims to fund it.

What’s interesting here is that there is a playable demo to try, so kudos to the team. As VisionArts described, the goal of this demo is to try everything out while solving the puzzle of finding 4 parts in order to build a bridge. The demo has the option to try out skills, some work in progress combat, guns, a puzzle and to see and feel the world VisionArts has created.

Middle of Nowhere aims to raise £25K in the next 34 days, and those interested can back this project up by visiting its Kickstarter page.


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