From the minds of Interactive Stone, a small indie game studio located in Romania, comes a new religious horror game: Gray Dawn. You play as Father Abraham, a Swedish-born priest who is on the quest to prove his innocence before he hears the swoosh of the guillotine.
Are You Guilty Or Not?
Travel back in time to Christmas Eve, 1910, where you’re suspected of murdering one of your altar boys. You find yourself trapped in the middle of strange events that involve demonic possession and divine apparitions.
In this first-person atmospheric thriller, you will be kept on the edge of your seat from start to finish. You will interact with objects and solve puzzles that will help you progress in your quest to find out the mystery behind the missing boy.
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Throughout the game you will explore both real and unreal universes that will bring you in the middle of the war between delusion and truth.
Are you ready to put your sanity to the test?
Interactive Stone, the dev team behind Gray Dawn, are based in Romania. They met while working together in a previous company before banding together and forming Interactive Stone. Over time, they turned their attention towards game development and started to produce small games. Then, they decided to make something more daring, something bigger: Gray Dawn.
They drew their inspiration from old horror games such as Alone in the Dark, Silent Hill, the Resident Evil Games, and much more. In order to make sure that you embarked on a journey that will stick with you forever, they included foreign and forbidden mysteries of cultures around the world.