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Horror Fantasy Kidnapping Simulator Life Eater is Out Now

Publisher Frosty Pop and developer Strange Scaffold also release a new trailer

El Paso, TX – April 16, 2024 – Frosty Pop and Strange Scaffold are proud to announce its new game Life Eater is out now on Steam. What’s more: you can check out a brand-new trailer below.

Perhaps the world’s first horror fantasy kidnapping simulator, you play as a druid working a dead-end job in the middle of suburbia, making ends meet to support your real vocation: conducting the annual ritual that keeps the world from ending. Doing so is simple; you just need to sacrifice a certain amount of specific but vaguely described humans every year. 

Life Eater uses a video editing-inspired interface letting you explore the lives of your victims before abducting them. Act fast before the authorities can catch on and find your lair. And, you know, before the world ends.


  • Use an innovative “timeline” interface for a new kind of analog horror game.
  • Get to know the unsuspecting targets of your town, intimately.
  • Replayable blend of authored and generated stories.
  • Fully voiced story mode featuring Xalavier Nelson Jr. and Jarret Griffis.
  • Original atmospheric soundscape from David Mason, the composer of DREDGE.
  • An additional endless mode launching within the next month.

Life Eater is available now on Steam for PC for $14.99. A special launch-week discount of 10% off will run until April 23, 2024.

About Strange Scaffold

Strange Scaffold is the development label of Xalavier Nelson Jr., known for his work as a leading developer on El Paso, Elsewhere, An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs, Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, Sunshine Shuffle, and dozens of other critically acclaimed projects. For more information on Strange Scaffold, visit https://strangescaffold.com

About Frosty Pop

Frosty Pop has developed over 30 playful original video games for Netflix Games, Apple Arcade, Nintendo Switch, Steam, the App Store, and Google Play. The studio was founded in 2014 by Faisal Sethi in Vancouver, British Columbia, and has been fully remote and distributed since its inception. Visit Frosty Pop for more information.