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Frosty Pop and Strange Scaffold Launch Endless Mode for Life Eater

Reach horrific heights with the fantasy kidnapping simulator’s new gameplay mode

El Paso, TX – May 17, 2024 – Frosty Pop and Strange Scaffold are excited to announce that Life Eater’s much-anticipated Endless Mode is available now.

The new endless mode gives players an arena to determine how long they can evade capture while delaying the end of the world. Collect score points called ZEAL by building an airtight procedure around your sacrifices, investigate the lives of countless procedurally generated kidnapping targets, and survive as long as possible in your personal gauntlet of nightmares.

Life Eater is a horror fantasy kidnapping simulator where you play as a druid living in suburbia. You serve a dark entity by abducting and sacrificing specific but vaguely described humans every year to stop the apocalypse. Use a unique video editing-inspired interface to discover the intimate lives of your victims, one schedule block at a time. When the time is right, abduct them before authorities find out.

“We’re so excited to expand the playtime of Life Eater with a uniquely dark and intriguing systemic experience,” says Strange Scaffold founder Xalavier Nelson Jr. “You really just terrorize an entire city of people over the span of decades, now, and I can only hope that I don’t come to regret writing that sentence in a press release.”

Endless mode is available as a free downloadable update. You can purchase Life Eater on Steam for PC for $14.99. 

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.