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Point & Click Psychological Horror Detective Adventure ‘Saint Kotar’ To Launch On October 28

A small town with a big mystery.

(Featured Image Source: Red Martyr Entertainment / Soedesco)

Psychological point-and-click horror detective game Saint Kotar has gotten an October release date.

In this story-and-choice driven psychological horror detective game, you play as Benedek and Nikolay – two troubled godly men in search for their missing relative in an ancient God-devoted town called Sveti Kotar. Here, an unknown presence preys upon the weak and sways on devil worship and witchcraft. Evidence points to your missing relative being involved in the grisly murders and the occult, but what is the truth? Are you also to blame for what happened?

via Soedesco
Red Martyr Entertainment / Soedesco

Saint Kotar was developed by Red Martyr Entertainment, published by Soedesco, and funded by Kickstarter. Players will embark on a journey to solve a small town’s bizarre mystery, switching between realities to discover dark secrets. Uncover hidden secrets as you not only engage in the main story but captivating side stories as well. Be careful though, your choices don’t only affect the ending but also the gameplay. It enjoyed a popular Alpha and Beta tests as a part of its Kickstarter campaign milestones.

Saint Kotar will be available on October 28, 2021 for PC.

(Source: Soedesco)

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