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Delve into the shadowy depths of an abandoned theme park and uncover the secrets of Crow Country

London, UK - 23rd October, 2023 - SFB Games have today announced Crow Country, a haunting new survival horror game set to launch on Steam and PlayStation in 2024.

Play as the determined Mara Forest as she searches through the gloom of an abandoned theme park to find its reclusive owner, Edward Crow. Encounter a curious cast of characters as you immerse yourself in this atmospheric blend of tension and tranquillity. Hunt for ammo, clues, maps and the other items you’ll need to solve the tricky puzzles that stand between you and the terrifying truth.

Something is lurking in the darkness. So make every bullet count.

A free demo is now available on Steam and PlayStation which welcomes players to explore and survive the horrors that await in Crow Country. ​ Engage with tricky puzzles to uncover new paths through the park - with dozens of different areas and hidden secrets to discover. ​

“This is the survival horror game you’ve been looking for. It’s really turned out to be something special.” said Adam Vian, creative director. “I seriously can’t wait for players to finally get their hands on it.

Will you uncover the truth behind Crow Country and learn the fate of Edward Crow? Or will you disappear into the night, never to be seen again?

row Country will be available on Steam and PlayStation in 2024. ​ A free demo will be available on Steam and PlayStation from October 23rd.

About SFB Games

SFB Games is a British independent game studio, founded by brothers Tom and Adam Vian, who have been making games together since 2003. They’re passionate about designing unique games with a focus on fun, artistry and innovation. These particular design philosophies lined up well with Nintendo, when the two companies worked closely together to create the Nintendo Switch launch title Snipperclips – Cut it out, together!

To see more information on Crow Country, please visit - Steam Store Page / PlayStation Store Page

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