Adventure Game Seclusion: Islesbury Steam Greenlight Launches with Story and Gameplay Trailers
Seclusion: Islebury is an adventure game for PC in which players must investigate a decade-old murder in a quiet town. The game is now on Steam Greenlight and is accompanied by two new trailers.
Developer Silent Game House has announced that its PC adventure game Seclusion: Islesbury is now available for voting on Steam Greenlight. Additionally, the developer has released a couple of trailers to offer an idea of what the game is all about.
In Seclusion: Islesbury, you play as Jason Endel as he investigates a decade-old murder case in the town of Islesbury. The developer says that throughout this journey, you will encounter “the depths of madness and horror.” In the town of Islesbury, all goodness is now gone, and Jason Endel’s appearance in it has not gone unnoticed.
As far as the game’s primary mechanics are concerned, Silent Game House describes it as a title where players must solve challenging puzzles using “the environments and their wits,” but that these puzzles will in turn guide them through the game. These enviroments span from desolate apartments, to dark woods, as well as a variety of secret locations.
Additionally, the game will include an immersive “first person panoramic” view, and the interface has been uncluttered to ensure that it offers no distractions.
Seclusion: Islesbury is expected to have a Q3 release. Check it out on Steam Greenlight for more information.