Game Grumps Announces New Psychological Horror Game
After the success of their 2017 title Dream Daddy: a dating simulator for dad, GameGrumps has once again teamed up with Rogue Games for the announcement of a new psychological horror game. And to be completely honest, we all should have seen this coming.
Homebody is a survival horror game inspired by classic slasher movies and takes a different approach to dream dad. The game’s official website says it follows a group of friends who are haunted by a killer and also have to come to terms with memories of their past.
“Homebody is a horror-survival puzzle game about a group of friends haunted by memories of the past and hunted down by a relentless killer. Advance or die trying. From the mind of GameGrumps, developer of Dream Daddy: The Dad Dating Simulator, comes an entirely different experience inspired by classic slasher movies.
Game Grumps is known for being horror fans like its previous title dream dad has a non-canon secret cult ending titled “Escape From Margarita Zone”. According to the creators, they wanted to release the game with this ending but decided to cut it. But fans were able to locate the secret ending by going through the game’s files and noticed how different it was from what it was due to its horror theme. They eventually included it in the game and can only be opened when certain criteria are met.
Game Grumps is an online game duo formed in 2012 and consisting of Arin Hanson and Dan Avidan. Their content is mostly Let’s Plays and Avidan has a successful musician in his band Ninja Sex Party. Besides Dream Daddy, the duo released another track titled soviet jumping game, which was developed with another by another game company.
Homebody will release on Steam and Epic Games Store in the near future.