Among The Sleep, the horror game you play as a toddler, is officially out today on Steam. We've shown you what early levels where you roam your childhood home look like—but that's not the only location you get to play.
Toddler-horror game Among the Sleep is coming to the PlayStation 4 — with virtual reality support. As if playing a small child exploring a dark house in search of his missing mother isn't scary enough, developer Krillbite says the game will be among the first to take advantage of Sony's Project Morpheus VR technology.…
YouTuber Jackfrags usually posts videos about Battlefield 4, but he took a break from that to play through Among The Sleep, an upcoming horror game where you play a toddler looking for his mother.
Yep, Among the Sleep is still hair-raisingly scary, and there's a new trailer to prove it. The surreal survival horror-themed toddler simulator is still on track for its Spring release date, by the way. Can't wait to see more reaction videos on YouTube.
Rather impressively, it only took six days for the community to put Deadly Premonition on Steam. That's pretty quick. Of course, SWERY's quirky horror game isn't the only title we'll get to play on Steam thanks to Greenlight. There's 13 more games (and two software titles) to look at, so let's dive right in!
Playing a horror game as a toddler already sounds, well, kind of scary. Know what could potentially make the experience even scarier? Virtual reality.
Remember Among The Sleep? It's that game by Krillbrite studio where you play as a two year old who has yet to "develop a full sense of reality, making you weak and susceptible to the horrifying creatures inhabiting your nightmares." If you've forgotten, this is your reminder that This Cool Game Still Exists.
This is the video game trailer that the people I follow on Twitter have been buzzing about all day. It's for Among the Sleep. It's a horror "experience" played in the first-person perspective. You're just two years old.