The last few months have been especially fruitful for the Spanish development, more specifically under the PlayStation Talents program , with which Sony seeks to boost national talent. After echoing Anyone’s Diary , at the hands of the Valencian studio World Domination Project, we tackled another project for PlayStation VR .
Intruders: Hide and Seek is a first-person stealth game where we assume the role of Ben, a thirteen-year-old boy who witnesses how his parents are tortured by three strangers after breaking into his house by force: “The mission of the player consists of in moving around the house going unnoticed and mocking his enemies. You will discover the history and reason for the raid in order to help your family in the worst night of their lives ».
Intruders: Hide and Seek emerged in the classrooms of U-Tad , University Center for Technology and Digital Art . After months of work, Madrid’s Tessera Studios attended the third edition of the PlayStation Awards, winning the awards for ‘Best game for the press’ and ‘Best game’. Thanks to this, they obtained the opportunity to continue the development of the game at the PlayStation Talents Games Camp facilities in Madrid, later to be published by Daedalic Entertainment.
Intruders: Hide and Seek has also won other awards such as: the ‘Best University Project’ award at the 2016 Fun & Serious Game Festival and the Best Pitch Gaming in the ‘indie’ category of the SXSW in Austin, where it won a twenty international studies.
The game is now available for PlayStation 4 in physical and digital formats, at a recommended price of 19.99 euros. Reproduce the critique under these lines to know more about its approach and mechanics, in addition to knowing our assessment.