Occult thriller Night Book and Livingstone gamebook adaptation The Golden Room confirmed as part of Steam, Xbox demo events
Cardiff, Wales — June 16, 2021 | Wales Interactive, acclaimed for its FMV games, narrative-driven adventures, and interactive movies, confirms that two upcoming games are set to appear at the Steam Next Fest and Xbox Summer Game Fest demo events.
Night Book: Enter the world of the occult, in this psychological thriller starring Loralyn, a pregnant woman who finds herself in danger after accidentally summoning a demon into her home. After being tricked into reading an ancient text unleashing an untold evil, Loralyn must ask herself; who is she prepared to sacrifice to survive?
Completely live-action and shot remotely during lockdown, the full game will feature branching narrative paths and multiple endings.
Play the Night Book demo here from June 16 as part of the Steam Next Fest event.
Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room: Based on Ian Livingstone’s multi-million selling gamebook, Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room is an interactive movie featuring a daring female adventurer, a series of perilous tricks and traps, and a rich reward.
Featuring the same CGI technology used in Disney’s hit TV show The Mandalorian, the Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room is a completely live-action fantasy adventure.
Play the Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room demo from June 15 as part of the Xbox Summer Game Fest demo event.
You can also enjoy the game here from June 16 as part of Steam Next Fest.
Night Book and Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room will enjoy a full release on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and iOS devices at a later date.
About Wales Interactive
Wales Interactive is a multi-award winning video game and interactive movie developer & publisher, based in South Wales, UK. Our catalogue of titles includes Maid of Sker, The Complex, Late Shift, The Bunker, Don’t Knock Twice, The Shapeshifting Detective and more. We are passionate about video games and our aim is to create original games that entertain the world as well as put Wales on the video games map. Find out more here.