“See you in a week”
Those were the last words you told your parents before you left for Spain. They kept running through your mind as the plane landed in Germany. Had it only been a week? It felt like longer, and you were really starting to miss them.
You see a huge crowd as you leave the plane and head towards the terminal to grab your luggage. Many of them look exhausted, and you spot a few propped up on their luggage trying to catch some sleep. Others look exhausted more emotionally than physically, crying from a desparate attempt to make sense of the world.
After fighting your way through the crowd you find a reasonably comfortable place to sit on the opposite platform and wait.
It never arrives.
Luckily a group of people headed the same direction offers you a ride. They drop you off at a bus stop near your home.
It was a long journey so far, and you were tired from the long plane ride to begin with. Unfortunately for you the busses don't run this late, so you have to make the last few kilometres yourself.
As you near your home you realize you haven't gotten a call from your parents yet, despite being much later than you thought you'd be.
It's four o'clock in the morning when you see your home in the distance, and you hope to finally get some rest.
Rest you weren't meant to get this night...
A new kind of horror
Psychic Isolation is a horror survival game set in the current day, with an emphasis on character based story and unobtrusive gameplay. It is also about showing that horror games do not need to be overly dark with unrealistic flashlights and extreme jumpscares to build tension and induce horror in the player.
As you explore your home you unravel a complex and intricate story surrounding the main character and their immediate family. When danger arises you'll have to hide in different rooms, barricade the doors, and stay quiet to avoid raising attention.
Can you survive long enough to solve the mystery? Download the demo and find out.