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End of the Line horror inspired by Amnesia

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End of the Line is a new horror game inspired by Amnesia, coming to Linux, Mac, Windows games. Thanks to Plummet Studios who are ready to drop the good news. The games coming GameJolt this year. And likely Steam as well. But we do have native Linux support.

End of the Line follows a local criminal. While they attempt to escape the Chesvern Subway System. But something sinister also hunts them down.
The game will be available as a free to play demo. Doing so as early as June-July 2019. Then later coming out as a full paid game.
Also is expecting to release towards the end of 2019.

Plummet Studios on gameplay:

End of the Line will be heavy on story elements. Detailing the tragic conflict between two groups. Since these groups have opposing interests and morals.

“When we were creating End of the Line. We really meant it as a love letter to the horror genre. Ever since I was a little kid. I watched horror movies or read R.L. Stine’s books.

As most have noticed. Things are becoming a bit cliche in the horror genre. You would always get stories based on dolls and demons. Or murderers with only a few exceptions. Those exceptions became some of my favorited games. As well as movies, and books.
So we want to create a horror game (End of the Line) that builds off cliches. While keeping some of the classic horror tropes. But putting a more modern twist on horror.

People’s fears also change with the times. It’s true that some of our basic fears remain. But now we see fears like distrust. Such as in the very government that is supposed to protect us. People are afraid of the unknown. But what if the unknown doesn’t have to follow our current understanding of science?” says Aiden Rodriguez, creative director and lead developer of Plummet Studios.

Brainmelter Deluxe launch trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

End of the Line is not for children. Or those who are also the faint of heart. As the games detail include violence and mature themes. Also jump scares, references to alcohol and mild language.

End of the Line will feature thematic puzzles. While telling the story of an unfortunate incident. One that started many years ago. The main enemy in the game will restrict your light. Somewhat similar to Amnesia. Which can help you and keep you on your toes.

End of the Line will also feature a sanity system. Similar to the one in “Amnesia: The Dark Descent”. Yet working slightly differently and impacting your ending.
There are 7 main routes that can each split up. As many as 8 variations on each end. Which can keep you coming back for more. With completely different gameplay. Each ending is currently planned to take around 1 hour. That is if you complete the game a regular pace. There will also be a radio system. This can further impact your ending. While you talk to one side of the conflict.

End of the Line will be releasing on Linux, Mac and Windows. No release date or price is available yet. More information is coming in the following months. Learn more at

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