Alone in a secluded cabin during a violent storm, horror illustrator Stacey Liden will discover the true meaning of fear. Today, prolific indie publisher Assemble Entertainment and solo developer Tainted Pact bring us a terrifying descent into survival horror madness: Suffer the Night. Available now on Steam, GOG, and itch.io, Suffer the Night bleeds together campy 80s slasher vibes with the familiar feel of anxiety-inducing first-person survival horror, and the added bonus of classic dungeon crawler gameplay. Amidst the horror and chaos increasing in intensity around her, will Stacey manage to weather the storm and…suffer the night?
After receiving an envelope containing a mysterious floppy disk, Stacey boots it up on her old Eldrixon personal computer and begins playing. As she progresses through the terror of the text-based adventure, she’s visited by a mysterious and threatening stranger, urging her to finish his game. The strange and horrifying things within the game begin leaking into the real world…will Stacey survive, or will she succumb to the terrors around her? Only one thing is for certain: don’t let him get in.
In scarily sweet celebration, Suffer the Night is also now available in the Dimensional Horror Bundle. In this bundle, Assemble’s newest title will be featured alongside indie horror juggernaut DreadXP’s Mirror Forge.
Key Features of Suffer the Night:
- True “First-Person” Horror: After surviving the first chapter of Mr. Top’s “game within a game”, the real terror begins. Forces beyond comprehension have transported you INTO the grotesque game world, giving a new meaning to “survival horror”.
- Horror Beyond Comprehension: A highlight of this title is the text-based dungeon crawler “game within a game” filled with grisly scenarios and vivid descriptions of the atrocities wherein. Players will need to flex their old-school gaming muscles to progress within the stories, both inside the Eldrixon and out.
- Don’t Let Him In: While playing through the floppy disk game, the mysterious figure who delivered it isn’t shy about making his presence known. Be sure to address any…interruptions…he causes, or suffer the consequences.
- A Chilling Combination: Suffer the Night expertly weaves two genres of horror games into one, balancing the chilling anxiety of the text-based adventure with the dread of first-person survival horror