Played this alongside all the other games in the Collection last year. This one was easily my favorite of the bunch! Fantastic setting and great use of non-jump scare focused horror! I just wish it were longer, I was itching for more by the end of it!
A downloadable game
IN THE RUINS OF FUTURE BRITAIN, NEW GODS LURK AMONG THE RUINS...
Biotech has proliferated the world, with neural networks blurring the line between the digital and the real. But while Abuja, Tokyo and the other metropolises thrive, the cities of Britain have fallen into ruin - ravaged by chemical disasters and political opression.
Yet here, of all places, a new power has emerged. Artificial intellegences thrive in these unregulated, outdated networks - and with nothing to stand in their way, they call themselves the new gods.
WHAT IS SHATTER?
SHATTER was made in 7 days for the Dread X Collection - a bundle of 10 short horror games. It's a first-person adventure with a terrifying twist.
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So I have to buy the collection?
Is the music available somewhere? Very haunting and beautiful.
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I loved it, hoping to see a full game on this.
Such a cool idea, would love to see a full game based on this!
Hey, can you tell me if the Dread X collection on itch.io includes standalone versions of the games? I would love to buy it for Shatter alone but I don't want to use the Dread X Launcher...
Also, do you have plans on expanding the game any further? The setting and atmosphere are just lovely. I think it could be explored a bit more without losing its sense of wonder :)
Very good game, I don't see that kind of sci-fi combined with post-apocalyptism very often!
I loved this piece, my favorite in the collection so far. the atmosphere is just so good it blew me away.
I made an account just so I leave a comment about this game. It's a really cool concept! I'd love to play a longer game set in this universe someday.
Is the game finished and needs no more updates?
gonna be on itch.io?