Phobia Game Studios Unveils Carrion: Behind the Screams

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Phobia Game Studios, the independent developer behind the hit horror game, Carrion, has released a video on the making of the game. It is called Carrion: Behind the Screams, and you can watch it below. It gives you a peak “behind the pixels” at the making of the game. It even includes an interview with the game’s star beast, as you learn what went into creating its art! Here is the video so check it out:


Carrion is a reverse horror game that has now sold nearly 200,000 copies since its launch last week. Thousands of additional players have delved into the title on Xbox Gamepass.

In Carrion, players take on the role of a bizarre, amorphous creature, the origin of which remains a mystery. The creature is out to stalk, traumatize, and consume those who imprisoned it. As the monster’s anger overflows, it spreads panic throughout the facility that imprisoned it. As the frightening beast continues to unleash its vengeful wrath, it will gain increasingly devastating new abilities, making its wrath that much worse!

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