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Post by Eorl @ 05:14pm 08/05/14 | 0 Comments
Caffeine is one of the better sources of keeping yourself up late at night while coding or gaming, but what about combining caffeine with a dose of fear?

To help us figure out that question is local indie developer Dylan Browne, who we had the chance to chat about his upcoming sci-fi horror title Caffeine. Poised as the first sci-fi horror Unreal Engine 4 game, Caffeine takes you on a chilling journey through the eyes of a young child exploring an abandoned caffeine mining platform in space.

Check out the full interview over here for all the juicy content on his plans for consoles, what its like to work with the Unreal Engine 4 and how hard it is to scare people.



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