Knock Knock is an eerie title that has arrived on Steam today for Mac OS X, Linux, and of course Windows PC which was allegedly developed based on a string of mysterious messages that were intercepted by Ice-Pick Lodge who just might be living out a real life version of CreepyPasta (the phenomenon we dare not explain, but Google it if you don’t already have enough demons in your life 😉 ). In the following Full 1080P High Definition Teaser Trailer we are presented with the first peak at what the end result of this spiritually dangerous game development experience has become. Scroll below the video for a look into the lore and concepts behind the title which is now available for 15% off until October 11th after successfully being green-lit by the Steam community.
Excerpt from today’s Official Press Release by Ice Pick Lodge:
A wooden house stands in the forest. A single man lives there.
The house receives visits from unusual guests that knock on the window inviting this strange hermit to join them in a game of hide-and-seek. To win, simply remain alive and maintain your sanity until sunrise. Approaching the Visitors head-on is a dangerous idea.
As soon as the first Visitor emerges from the forest, the countdown begins. Every passing hour brings them closer to the house, and the house’s walls offer no sanctuary. Something is already inside. Something is opening the window and banging around in the kitchen. Something controls the cellar and attic. Floorboards creak softly deep in the bowels of the house.
The Visitors are well aware of your position, so you must make your rounds of the house and find the breaches that let the creatures inside while doing your best to mend them.
You may come across some useful items that might help your survival, but those items are always random and your inventory is limited to 5 slots, so your gear changes by night.
Survive until sunrise and the monsters disappear, but if they get you before the sun peeks over the horizon, well, just the idea is terrifying.”
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