In Woodpine Village, a blood moon rises once every ten years. The locals must prepare a ritual to save the one that transforms into a Werewolf when the clock tower ticks midnight.
Wolfsbane is a multiplayer video game where teamwork and quick thinking ensures victory.
The game is set in a village called Woodpine, a place where the blood moon rises up in the sky once every ten years. During the day, villagers collect various items that will help them fight off the Werewolf when the moon forces the transformation.
When the night comes, it’s all about communication and teamwork. Failing to do that results in getting eaten by the beast.
Every player is assigned a unique role at the start of the game. They’ll have to use the perks of their role to cause a distraction, improve defenses or reduce the time it takes for the completion of the ritual.
Wounded is a survival horror game that puts you in the role of Tim, a father who got separated from his daughter Lisa after a storm caught them off-guard out in the open sea.
Upon uncovering some of the secrets at the Big Rokk Motel, Tim realizes those who captured Lisa, are somehow related to the actions of his wife Andrea, a famous Altana Detective investigating “The Skinner” case.
The story in Wounded is rather simple, but it requires you as a player to connect some pieces of the puzzle on your own. The gameplay doesn’t allow you to fight the enemies back, which is why hiding and running are your two best options.
The gameplay in Wounded allows you to make smart decisions that ensure your survival against the enemies, but one wrong move can be the end of Tim. The main mechanic, which is hiding, is your best option in most of the situations.
For the optimal horror experience, we suggest that you play alone and in an environment that allows you to fully focus on your in-game decisions. Using a headset and playing in a dark room is recommended.