UIG is proud to announce, that Pineview Drive and Joe’s Diner are now available for Nintendo Switch. Both games are first-person horror games in which you have to deal with the mechanisms of repression, trauma, the horror of loss and a good dose of psychology nightmares.

Pineview Drive is your average suburb road with rows of whitewashed walls, curtains half opened, and pretty flowers adorn the gardens. However, this lovely journey changes when you get near the end of the road, and you come across an old abounded mansion.

The story was 20 years ago, a man and his beloved wife Linda stayed at this estate. During their stay, Linda vanished without a trace, and her mysterious disappearance is still unresolved. Now the husband is back to face his fears and see if he can find a route back to his wife.

Pineview Drive challenges you to search for hints and solve puzzles. You cannot protect yourself from evil in the game. You can only avoid it. However, watch out, your fear is tracked and monitored, and you lose health if you get scared.

Joe’s Diner is the typical drive-by restaurant that you would come across on American highways. The outside has large windows and inside bare tables and chairs and long food counter to sit and chat with the staff. All very welcoming. Except when you scratch under the surface Joe’s Diner’, it would seem all is not good because they built Joes Diner on a sacred Ancient Indian burial ground. Amongst the buried, are two rival chieftains who when they were alive couldn’t stand each other. The Chieftains want to rest in peace.

As an employee working the graveyard shift for the next month, your primary task is to keep the tables clean and avoid any noises. Survive a month of night shift and send them both to the eternal hunting grounds… Sounds easy, but it’s not – I promise!

Storelink:

Pineview Drive: https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/pineview-drive-switch/

Joe’s Diner: https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/joes-diner-switch/

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