Indie Horror Game Bizerta: Silent Evil Revealed for Wii U

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Developer Edrox Interactive has released screenshots of their new game, Bizerta: Silent Evil. The game is preparing to be released directly on the Wii U eShop sometime in the near future. While there are no specific details as to a release date or even a time frame for the release, the developers have released a series of screenshots to give us a little preview of the game.

This first set of screenshots below (along with the one above) gives us a glimpse at some of the game’s outdoor areas, and the overall art style that they are going for with Bizerta: Silent Evil. The visual style seems to give the feeling of being inside a detailed illustration on the page of a book in a way. There seem to be a bunch of lights on inside that mansion. Of course, I still feel like I should just turn around and leave rather than go inside, but that’s probably not an option in the game! I mean, entering mansions in horror games usually doesn’t go so well!

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In Bizerta: Silent Evil, the player fills the shoes of a 15 year old boy who finds himself in a “Dark World.” He is not his normal self, though, as he finds himself to be a man twice the age that he was before he found himself in this place. He must find out what happened here and figure out how to get out of this “Dark World.”

The next set of screenshots shows off some of the indoor areas to be explored in Bizerta: Silent Evil. The first one looks suspiciously like a morgue, while the second one is clearly a bathroom. The lights seem to be on, but the place still has a rather creepy vibe. It looks like no one has done any cleaning for a very long time. The surfaces are all grungy, with perhaps years upon years of gunk accumulated on them.

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Lastly, we have one more set of screenshots that shows off how Bizerta uses the Wii U GamePad for the game’s puzzle-solving mechanics. We have some safe cracking, a bit of lock picking and the second image looks like hacking a circuit board by moving some plugs around, probably to find the correct setup to make something happen. The question is, what is hidden behind these locks and safes? What are they hiding here?

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Bizerta: Silent Evil | oprainfall

While these screenshots are only a small taste of the game, we will probably get more stuff in the near future if the game is indeed relatively close to launching. Hopefully, it won’t be too long before we get a trailer or video clips showing the game in action.


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