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Iceberg Interactive to Publish Survival Horror Title Dark Matter

Iceberg Interactive to Publish Survival Horror Title Dark Matter

Beware the parasites and a sinister alien presence


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14 August 2013 – A worldwide agreement for Dark Matter has been signed by Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Interwave Studios. The side-scrolling survival-horror game for PC, Mac and Linux is due out in Fall 2013.

Dark Matter combines a hand-painted art style with advanced rendering techniques to yield spine-tingling terror. The 2.5D survival horror game is set in a derelict spaceship, complete with a sinister presence and deadly parasites.

It’s up to you to explore, scavenge and gather an aesenal with which to fight intelligent, reactive enemies.

The game is non-linear and will consist of 14 levels.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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