Our reader ‘Dirty Dan’ has informed us about the Steam Greenlight campaign of a new indie first-person stealth horror game he’s been working on. The game is called Quadrant and is being developed by HKFiftyOne Games.
Quadrant aims to feature a first-person full body view, no HUD elements at all, a unique in-game menu and inventory system, all displayed on your P.A.I.C (Personal Analog Index Companion) device in 3D space with no disruptive on-screen menus, and professional sound design.
Those interested can vote for it by visiting its Steam Greenlight page.
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