Erie drops you into a visually stunning, yet terrifying scenario where your goals are to investigate, survive, and finally escape. It’s first person horror meets intense dark-ride with hidden, rotting cats. Erie begins in October 1966, when the Fermi 1 Nuclear Power Generator suffers a partial meltdown, and locals begin disappearing from a sleepy Michigan town. Oliver Victor is a Red Cross Investigator sent to find missing locals, but quickly finds himself trapped underground and being hunted by a product of forced-mutation experiments. Oliver’s rescue mission quickly turns into a struggle to survive, escape and uncover what’s been happening under the nuclear plant on the shores of Lake Erie. Developed by the University of Utah's EAE Master Games Studio Program.
I can't download the final one. What happend in my computer? Did I need to download some files? Is anybody can help me? I want to play this game very much...
This game was a very good game to play, thoroughly enjoyed it.
This is a great game for people who are getting started with indie horror games! This game, believe it or not, is not only about escaping, but I won't spoil the suprise...
awesome game! bit short and sucked that you couldn't save, the lag and glitches were annoying but not too bad. The noise of the mutated albino thingo was creepy as! But nah, the game was pretty sick!
This game has fantastic graphics for a free to play game. The monster looks a little stupid though.
Relly hard and fun, some jumpscares but not a lot...
I liked it, but it wasn't as scary as I expected.
Nice game. Pretty scary.
Seems a bit unfinished, though. Lighting could use a little work here and there and some of the rather lowres models break the immersion built up by the rather good looking enviroments.
BTW if you want to change the resolution, press
If your PC is struggling try entering "scale lowend".
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