In Fear I Trust Is A Game I Don't Want To Know About

What I know about In Fear I Trust: It's developed by Turn Me Up Games in conjunction with Black Wing Foundation. It's built on Unreal Engine 3, and looks wonderfully creepy. It's an episodic psychological thriller set in 1979, and the first three of 10 episodes are due out this spring for iOS. It's got puzzles. Beyond that I'm completely in the dark, which seems like the right place to be.

I don't want to know too much. It's the sort of game that I'd rather experience fresh, rather than be bombarded with a constant barrage of assets that ruin potential surprises. Turn Me Up Games' design director Scott Cromie calls it an episodic mental meltdown. Can't prepare for that. Don't want to.

Black Wing Foundation seems keen on the idea of keeping things under wraps as well. They've got this new gameplay trailer, the opening cinematic and that's about it.

In Fear I Trust isn't just a game title — it's a directive.


    I prefer to stay in the dark about most games once I've seen enough to know I want it. It helps me enjoy all (or most) of the content fresh.

      Me too. I saw a lot on God of War 3 and the entire opening I knew what would happen. If I didn't I would have been totally blown away rather than be amazed

      (yeah, first world problems)

        I was lucky to not know... F*CKIN EPIC! ;)

    mmmmh... an actual game-game for ios. But is it any good?

    This looks pretty cool. Reminds me of the 7th Guest.

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