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Iceberg Interactive Announces Inmates

Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Davit Andreasyan announced Inmates, a new psychological horror game with puzzle elements for PC. In Inmates, you must discover the truth behind your confinement and discover the dark secrets of the run-down prison you find yourself in.

Inmates is set for a release within the next few months on Steam and other digital retailers, at a price point of $9.99. In anticipation of the release, the above announcement trailer has been released.

The most disturbing thing about Jonathan’s nightmare is that he may not be dreaming.

You’ve awoken from a nightmare, Jonathan. But did it truly end? You are in a run-down prison cell and have no clue how you got there. You’re terrified and confused, but you also feel something else: a painful sense of familiarity.

You’ve convinced yourself this is all just a nightmare. Unfortunately, according to the voice coming from the old radio, things are not as simple as you’d like them to be.

ABOUT ICEBERG INTERACTIVE, STRAIGHT FROM ICEBERG INTERACTIVE

Iceberg Interactive is an independent video game publisher founded in 2009 by an international group of games industry veterans and is located in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Staffed with avid gamers, Iceberg works closely with an international assembly of game developers, both midsize and indie. Garnering attention with acclaimed releases over recent years, including Killing Floor 2, Endless Space, Endless Legend, StarDrive 2 and Starpoint Gemini 2, the company has a very diverse line-up for the remainder of 2017 including Oriental Empires, The Last Crown: Blackenrock and Inmates for PC, as well as Gas Guzzlers Extreme for PS4. To learn more, please visit  www.iceberg-games.com

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August 23, 2017
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