Rave Horror Strobophagia launches a new band

If you are like me, a rave is not exactly what you would call a good time. I feel like bored after two hours and get home and rubbing myself on Netflix for the fiftieth time, but for many people, it’s a whole culture. People spend thousands of dollars for perfect outfits, and raves appeared everywhere, from China’s great wall to the catacombs of Paris and, I say it without exaggeration, by weightlessness.

The raves are a big problem, that’s what I say, and the strobophagia puts you in the shoes of one of these ramp enthusiasts who find himself at the Headless Festival, only for the organizers to announce that the registration fee are your life. To escape, you will have to solve the mysteries of the festival, solve puzzles using your smartphone and help from your colleagues, and avoid the mysterious danger that hides in the shadows.

As for the style, I can not personally think of a game that combines fear with the EDM scene; It is in no way realistic, but it is very stylized, with a neon body painting, strobe lighting and bright graffiti everywhere. The music has also been designed to combine the horror and eulogy elements, the Green Tile Digital developers describing it as oppressive, but dancing.

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“We can not wait for the horror and EDM fans put a helmet and plunge into the horror kaleidoscope we have prepared them,” said Ben Clarke, CEO of Green Tile Digital.


The game comes out on October 28, just in time for Halloween, so since all parties will probably involve exclusively our loved ones / roommates / families / pets, this can be a good way to enjoy the season instead.

Once, I missed MCR and 30 seconds to Mars because an Australian walked on my friend’s ankle in the crowd for The Offspring and I had to take him to the emergency room. What was your worst festival experience? Let us know in the comments, on Twitter, or Facebook.

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