Interactive Stone, a small team of indie developers from Romania, has announced their first project is nearly done: a first-person survival horror game titled Gray Dawn. The chiller centers around Markus Abraham, a Catholic priest accused of murdering one of his altar boys. Abraham is innocent, but lacks a way to prove it — unless he can find where the boy disappeared to. The last time they saw each other, Abe was attempting to exorcise a demon from the boy…but something went wrong.

Now Abe must journey between two worlds — 1920s England and Romania — on a quest to find the missing child. Along the way monstrous demons will try to stop him, either through brute force or psychological warfare.

  • Explore the vibrant colored world of Gray Dawn in first-person view.
  • Interact with objects you find along the way to guide you in regaining your memories.
  • Solve puzzles that are scattered across the Gray Dawn universe that will help further  your quest to prove yourself innocent.
  • Travel through an eerie universe of blood and despair, terrible memories, and demonic nightmares.

Gray Dawn will be released this June on PC, through Steam and GOG. Here’s a little taste of it….