A new horror game asks you to return it after completion.
Over the years, games have featured many unique premises. From Outer Wilds’ time loops to Papers Please’s border control and Beatsaber’s dancing with two lightsabers, there have been many exciting premises for games. Finding a game that hasn’t tackled a specific concept would be challenging. We have a new one: the refund policy for a digital distribution company.
New indie horror Play Steam with a two-hour refund policy. It usually takes two hours to determine if the game suits you. Steam allows you to test it out for free after you purchase it. The new title, however, clearly encourages you to return it. It’s in its name.
Refund me if you can be created by Sun game Studios. It is a maze game. You play Sarah, a young girl who is having a nightmare. The game’s goal is to escape the maze, which appears like an underground labyrinth, and avoid being caught by a frightening and ungodly creature. (We’ve all experienced nightmares like that). Although it sounds easy, it is against the clock.
It doesn’t matter if the game takes more than two hours to complete. It’s still an outstanding achievement. Your PS3.42 will not be returned – it is a small price. The pressure will be increased by knowing that your goal is to complete it quickly and get your money back.
This is a spicy mechanic that some may find cheeky. We’re confident that Steam will not mind. It’s unlikely that future games will attempt it. We are confident it’s a temporary gimmick. It’s something we can’t wait for.