P.T.-inspired Allison Road Kickstarter launched

Lilith Ltd. seeking £250,000 in funding for 2016-due horror game.

Allison Road

Lilith Ltd. has launched the Kickstarter campaign for Allison Road, its P.T.-inspired, narrative-driven survival horror game (and the closest thing you’ll get to being able to play P.T. again).

If it meets its £250,000 funding goal, the game will be shipped for PC by the end of 2016. Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions will follow after regardless of whether or not their stretch goals are met, but meeting them will allow Lilith to add additional programming resources to bring the release of those versions forward. Currently, a £300,000 stretch goal to bring the Mac and Linux release forward is announced. Further stretch goals will be announced later in the campaign.

Here’s a rundown of the game’s story:

Follow us deep into the house and discover a story to die for.

A quiet street in the suburbs of Manchester, U.K.

It is late autumn and the trees and bushes have long lost their green summer coat.

Thick clouds and rain dominate the grey days and chilly nights.

With nothing but the sound of distant traffic and crows to pierce the omnipresent silence, you wake up one night without any recollection of prior events.

Now it is your turn to uncover what happened to your family, and face off against the horrors that await in the house…

…and beyond.

What would you do if you could feel something stalking you in the dark, in the safety of your own home? If you couldn’t tell what’s real and what’s not?

Watch a prototype gameplay video below.

Fund Allison Road on Kickstarter.

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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