Daymare: 1994 is a survival horror game from developers Infinitap Games, makers of Kairo. The game is a prequel to the 2014 survival horror title Kairo, but will be a standalone game. Players will take the role of a new student at the Sandcastle, a school for gifted children, and must solve puzzles and explore every inch of the school to unravel the mystery of what happened to all the other students.
Daymare: 1994 was announced at Gamescom as the next game in the Daymare series, describing itself as a survival horror game. The game will be released on the PC, and will remain in first person, and will have the same survival horror elements as previous games. The game is said to currently be in pre-production, and will be released in the spring of 2015Home News survival horror prequel Daymare : Sandburg 1994 announced Publisher Leonardo Interactive and developer Invader Studios have revealed their new project Daymare: 1994. A sandcastle. Nightmare: 1994 Sandcastle is a prequel to their original release Daymare: 1998. Nightmare: The 1994 Sandcastle game will be released on PC and consoles in 2022. Daymare was originally an unofficial remake of Resident Evil 2, which was later released as Daymare: 1998 after appropriate changes were made to the title. Developer Invader Studios has just announced that the game will be getting a prequel that tells us about the events that preceded Daymare: 1998. The developer has released a trailer for the game Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle, which you can watch below: In A Nightmare Day: In Sandcastle 1994, you take on the role of Special Agent Dalila Reyes, a former government spy now working for a unit called H.A.D.E.S., and investigate the most advanced experimental research facility in the United States. The game is described as a perfect mix of gruesome and deadly enemies, with hardcore gameplay mechanics, puzzles, a haunting soundtrack, lots of exploration and a large dose of focused horror. Key features of Daymare: 1994. Sandcastle includes:
- New characters and strong return – Take part in the top secret Sandcastle mission as the game’s protagonist, Special Agent H.A.D.E.S. Dalila Reyes, and bring back to life the past of some of Daymare’s most beloved characters: 1998.
- Deadly and terrifying enemies – fight, kill and dissect enemies that stand between you and your mission. But be careful: These enemies are frighteningly intelligent, aggressive and realistic in every detail.
- Redesigned interface – D.I.D. is back, but in a completely new form. Manage your inventory, ammo and health items directly from the new intuitive game interface.
- The Scanning Eye – With an innovative device attached to Reyes’ arm, you can scan fragments of the environment to unlock new puzzles, retrieve secret documents and find hidden items!
- Environmental puzzles – the solution is often right in front of you! Search for clues and overcome obstacles in the environment to obtain resources and collectibles.
- Are you sure he’s dead? – Prepare to face the toughest and most aggressive opponents you have ever seen. Even if you’re sure you’ve killed one, you’ll find that it can come back in a whole new form and become even more deadly than before!
- Spectacular graphics, sound effects and soundtrack – thanks to the power of Unreal Engine 4 you will have the scariest experience ever!
- Back to the 90s… again! – If you liked Daymare Nostalgia: 1998, then Daymare: The 1994 Sandcastle game makes you feel like you’re playing a 90s action horror movie, with familiar references and a terrifyingly authentic atmosphere with a retro feel.
- Don’t move. – There will certainly be no shortage of weapons, but be prepared to arm yourself with one of the most innovative and powerful weapons ever created: Freeze! WARNING: It may contain liquid nitrogen.
- Veteran or beginner – choose the most suitable difficulty level based on your combat skills and experience with survival and horror games. Either way, this will be a serious challenge, not to be missed by the faint of heart!
The game’s Steam page is already open, and you can already add it to your wishlist while you wait for more details about the game. Be sure to read our review of the original Daymare: 1998, where we appreciated the classic approach to horror with puzzle-solving and lots of jumping. Let us know in the comments below if you would be interested in the Daymare game: 1994 Sandcastle, whether it comes out next year or not.