This game looks like someone’s nightmare. Murusaki Baby makes its haunting debut at E3 2014.
You have to guide Baby through an array of horrifying and disturbing embodiment of every child’s fears. You have to navigate this platformer by making sure Baby doesn’t lose her balloon.
I actually had a chance to try out Murusaki Baby over at IndieCade earlier in the year and its good to see that the tone and overall weirdness has been amplified by 10. In this interview we learn the inspiration behind the music and concept.