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CABOUS psychological thriller hits Steam

cabous psychological thriller hits steam for linux mac and windows pc

CABOUS psychological thriller hits Steam for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative efforts of indie developer Hala Al Masoud. Already gaining some recognition on either Steam or Itch.

The time has come. CABOUS is now released. You will be able to feel what it is like to escape from your inner demons. Having also played the game myself, it’s intrinsic. While you explore what seems to be simple but there is still more.

In case you are curious, CABOUS is a psychological thriller horror game. One that explores mental health issues. The story is about a young woman’s nightmares due to her childhood trauma. As she progresses, she will face a plague of creatures of the night. These also symbolize the terrible ideas and beliefs she formed as a child. All while growing up in a dysfunctional family.

CABOUS | Official Release Trailer

Key Features:

  • For fans of horror thriller games.
  • Emotional, intimate story of CABOUS by a one person team.
  • Featuring a gorgeous soundtrack by acclaimed artists like Chris Zabriskie and Savfk.
  • A short game (between 30 to 45 minutes) focused on story with some maze-like platform.

In CABOUS you play as a young lady who is imprisoned for a long time. Since she has to face her memories of her father’s abandonment as a kid. While releasing those memories will free her from this nightmare. However, as she progresses, she will then upset by creatures of the night. These also symbolize the terrible ideas and beliefs she formed as a child growing up. This in turn pits the the player in survival mode. While making you wonder how a dysfunctional family could do this.

You can buy CABOUS the psychological thriller on both Steam or Itch. Priced at $3.19 USD (regularly $3.99 USD) with a small 20% discount until September 16th. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

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