Peekaboo is a psychological horror game lasting roughly 20-30 minutes or less. You play as James, a freelance journalist hired to go on out to the Halloway Mansion to write a ghost story. The last of the Halloway line has perished and so it would be quite a tabloid sort of affair! However the simple task is a bit more horrifying than initially intended. James finds himself able to die in 9 unique ways, through puzzle based game. Features: No pop out scares. Custom sounds and soundtrack (some sound effects are royalty free, most are custom). Hand drawn bloody graphics. 30 minutes or so in bite sized length (you can save of course at any time).
Festival is another old game made by Cleril Calamity Studios now published on Desura for your pleasure.
cleril calamity studios presents: festival
Cleril Calamity Studios now announces it's next project, a visual novel about the life of a porn addict and managing this addiction. Featuring a custom...
the next project: a visual novel about porn addiction
Peekaboo has received a new trailer courtesy of SkorpyoTFC.
Patch notes below. There are a few more significant changes made to Peekaboo than just fixing the bug (which took over 3 hours to fix). Damn play testers...
peekaboo updated again!
After Desura get on approving the new release Peekaboo will be patched. I'll make a comment on the profile when it's actually uploaded fully.
peekaboo update release
Yep, I just decided to start updating Peekaboo. Let me just clear up what to expect. This is primarily a polishing update rather than a new content update...
peekaboo gettings an update
Hello all, I'm Cleril, and I'd like to let you know a little about myself. I've currently made games for 3 years but due to circumstances my work has...
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Peekaboo is a psychological horror game lasting roughly 20-30 minutes or less.
peekaboo released on desura
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