Monstrum procedurally generated survival horror coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC


Team Junkfish are happy to announce their procedurally generated #survival #horror #game Monstrum will be launching out of Early Access on May 20th with its final update. Taking the traditional survival horror formula and completely remixes it with permadeath and AI driven predators ensuring that nowhere on its derelict cargo ship is every truly safe.

Check out the release trailerto give you an idea of the gameplay:

Often cited as one of the horror games to look out for in 2015, Monstrum has been terrifying players across the globe with its take on the survival horror formula, challenging them to escape its labyrinthine halls and lurking predators. And Team Junkfish is not kidding, this is fill your pants gaming.

Director Jaime Cross says: “We’re really excited to be launching Monstrum fully next week! It’s been a lot of hard sailing from the initial Early Access release in January until this point, so we’re delighted to navigate our way here. I’m all out of bad puns, but it’s been genuinely amazing to see all these people playing Monstrum so far, how they take to it, and making it better thanks to their input. Watching videos and seeing fanart from people all across the world has really made the whole thing worthwhile, so we hope that they like the new additions we’re adding into the final version.”


Monstrum is still currently available in Early Access for a discounted price of $14.99/£9.99/€12.50, which will rise to$17.99/£11.99/€14.99 on May 20th.

Monstrum will be available for Windows PC on Steam, Humble Store, Green Man Gaming and other stores, and crawl into the Mac, Linux and Oculus ports soon.

What’s the word on the Linux version? “The plan is to have it out for July, so hopefully it won’t be too long”, according to Team Junkfish.

Monstrum is on Facebook as well as Team Junkfish, not to mention Twitter.


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