If you’ve been anticipating the release of our latest game Fear Equation on Steam or GOG, your chance to venture into the fog is here! The game is now out on both sites and to celebrate, we’re having a 25% off sale for a limited time.
Fear Equation is a genre-spanning horror strategy title where no two games are the same. The world is covered in a mysterious fog. Most who enter the fog disappear, and those who survive say it brings their nightmares to life.
You are The Engineer and you’re in control of a very special train. Will you rescue survivors and keep them safe from their nightmares? Can you lead them to salvation?
Join The Nightmare Train With Fear Equation’s First Trailer
With the release of Fear Equation drawing closer, what better time to show you more of the game — this time in video form! Here’s our first trailer, featuring various snippets of gameplay including rigging the lottery, scavenging missions, course plotting and driving the train, as well as a peek at a few of the fear manifestations themselves.
In addition, here’s a list of features you’ll see the final game:
Send passengers out into the fog to investigate locations, find survivors and bring back supplies
Manage defenses, power and resources. But be careful: if you aren’t the saviour they need, they’ll revolt against you
Handle disputes between carriage leaders that can end in dramatic events that swing the balance of power between your defenders and detractors
Monitor your passengers’ dreams to discover what kind of horrors will attack the train – and how to defeat them
Create your own Engineer with perks and flaws that determine your train’s starting conditions, as well as the course the game will take
Do your best to avoid the military as they seek to eliminate anyone caught in the fog
Interact with intricate machines and devices within a richly detailed, fully 3D cabin
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Fear Equation: The next game from Screwfly Studios
Hello folks! We’re happy to announce our next game, Fear Equation. It’s due out this year — we’re aiming for October.
It’s a horror strategy game — part-real time, part-turn-based — where your job is to guide 150 passengers through a fog that brings their nightmares to life. Keep things under control though, because if you mess up, the fog will be the least of your worries.
Deadnaut is Screwfly Studios’ second game and follow up to cult hit, Zafehouse: Diaries.
Deadnauts, so named because they’re unlikely to return, must explore, investigate and fight their way through the derelict ships of dead civilisations. Every mission is unique and no two locations are the same. Each ship contains mysterious enemies and hostile security systems.
Manage your Deadnauts’ skills, talents, relationships and flaws – and you might get them out alive.
Deadnaut is a challenging game. Not all strategies will work all the time. Instead, you’ll need to equip your squad with the right tools, maximise your Deadnauts’ respective talents, and adjust your approach when things go wrong.
Play it your way
There are many ways to play Deadnaut. You can focus on combat and offense with a heavily armed crew, or go quietly with sensors, cloaks and shields. Use randomly generated Deadnauts, or fine-tune your crew with the character generator. It’s your call.
Something always goes wrong
Maybe you’ll get lucky and your plan will go smoothly. Or maybe Johnson’s short-circuited everyone’s suits and no-one has any power and something’s just about to burst through the door. Just remember: your Deadnauts aren’t perfect. The game is about planning and adapting.
You control your squad from a remote location. But the signals being sent to and from your Deadnauts are vulnerable to attack from the remote security system. Losing your signals can can leave your Deadnauts isolated and out of control, so do whatever you can to keep the security system off your back.
Use the intuitive character generator to craft your perfect squad. Choose their stats, their education and their specialties. But you might want to think twice about creating a powerful squad – your Deadnauts develop flaws as they become more skilled.
The most recent version of Deadnaut is:
v1.3.1 (released March 31, 2016)
If you bought Deadnaut via Steam
As long as you haven’t disabled automatic updates for the game, it should already be patched to the latest version.
If you bought Deadnaut directly from us
To update any older version of the game, please download the appropriate patch for your platform using the links below: