They Drank Too Much Space Coffee. And Now Everyone's Dead.

They Drank Too Much Space Coffee. And Now Everyone's Dead.

Because nothing is scarier than running out of (space) coffee. In Caffeine, a currently heavily in-development indie horror-adventure game, you step into the role of a little boy who wakes up to find himself on an abandoned spacecraft of some description.

Of course, deserted corridors, bloodstains, and creepy, fast-moving shadows are soon to follow. Take a look: Even though it's very early footage, the video does a pretty good job of introducing you to the setting and giving you a taste of the atmosphere. It really does feel like you're a scared, lonely kid on an abandoned space station.

Caffeine is currently in pre-alpha, and will be released at some point in the future for PC. I think we should keep an eye on this one -- just to see how exactly space coffee ties it all together.

Caffeine Pre Alpha Gameplay Update [IndieDB]


Comments

    He has to stare at every insignificant thing for a significant amount of time.

    I hate watching people that play like this... Instead of checking to see if the coast is clear around the corner, they see something remotely interesting and walk right upto it, taking no care for their surroundings.

    I'm probably just a really cautious player, but it still drives me nuts.

      The guy who is making this is making this game made the video above to show his fellow students the games progress so far it is not ment as a gameplay preview its just a preview of the way the world and lighting has been built

    I don't know if I would have released this video if I was the game developers. It's not that this is a bad looking game, but it's not particularly impressive and it didn't show any gameplay elements at all.

    I think we can all agree that we're willing to cut indie games some slack when it comes to graphics and presentation, so long as the gameplay is there, but I honestly got nothing out of that.

      The guy who is making this is making this game made the video above to show his fellow students the games progress so far it is not ment as a gameplay preview its just a preview of the way the world and lighting has been built
      I dont even think he meant for this video to go public apart from the student group he released it to

    Whats with the negative feedback, I reckon it has great potential.. anyway I'd like to see you guys make something better.. it's also only been up for a couple of days and got in the top 100 on indiebd and he's an aussie. support your frelling country!

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