Survival horror game, Clea, Scares its Way Onto Switch

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oprainfall | Clea

 

Invert Mouse’ skill-based, survival horror game, Clea, is now available on the Nintendo Switch. You can download and play it for $14.99. Clea’s parent’s have been experimenting with the chaos servants, until something when terribly wrong! The monsters are now on the loose throughout the Whitlock Mansions. Clea was left trapped inside by her family, and now she must escape with her little brother! Can you help her escape and get her brother to safety too in this paper theater platformer game? Here’s the trailer:

 

You’ll have to outwit the chaos servants if you are to succeed in escaping the mansion. Hunting down key items will be of paramount importance as you solve the puzzles that keep you locked away from the world outside. Clea makes a point of avoiding prescripted jump scares, leaving the outcome up to your skills and actions. Along the way, you’ll uncover dark family secrets in bonus chapters.

The press release also says there are Switch exclusive character costumes to enjoy:

Clea | Switch exclusive costumes

Setsumi’s sunflower dress from Narcissu and Sekai Project’s mascot Sena.

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