Lost in Vivo is a creepy and cerebral first person horror game in which you battle with claustrophobia, paranoia and monsters as you explore the sewers searching for your (possibly imaginary) dog.
Currently in development from the creator of Spooky’s Jump Scare Mansion, Lost in Vivo is a dark, gloomy and claustrophobic experience that makes you question what’s real and what’s in your mind. You’re exploring the sewer system looking for your anxiety service doy (which may or may not really exist), and can whistle for it now and again to give you audio clues as in which direction it’s in.
Lost in Vivo has some grotesque looking monsters in it, but they’re fairly easy to defeat, and afterwards you’re given the choice whether to kill them or not. By the end you’re left with a distinct feeling that maybe you’re just another monster wandering the sewers. It’s left open to interpretation, but there are some cryptic clues throughout that seem to point to you being in your own personal hell, or perhaps it’s just all in your mind. Either way, it makes for an intense, dread filled experience that really gets under your skin.
Note: The three offerings you can give at the end may have something to do with the scribblings on the wall throughout the game (‘I gave him my eyes…’). We couldn’t figure it out though, maybe you can!