Try Your Best to Survive in ‘Tape Zero’

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Horror and survival go together perfectly. Indie developer Otingor hopes to mash these together along with a fair bit of action in Tape Zero. The game begins with a rather predictable introduction – our protagonist has amnesia.

Despite knowing nothing about himself or his surroundings, he has a powerful urge to survive. This comes in handy when strange, menacing creatures begin lurching out of the dark toward him. Players must fight back using limited resources and hopefully uncover whatever suppressed memories the protagonist has.

Tape Zero’s Steam Greenlight page just went live and is hoping to gain attention and upvotes.

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