Ringers is a tense and atmospheric near-future first person horror game where experimental neural networks have some severe side-effects.
Taking place in the year 2030, in Ringers you take on the role of a specialist who lives off-grid. You’ve just been contacted by one of your contacts about a job, but he’s tight-lipped about the details and will meet you at a remote cabin to discuss it with you. However, when you get there there’s no-one around and something very bad appears to have gone down.
Taking around 15 minutes to play through, Ringers has beautiful visuals and a tense atmosphere. The narrative is very intriguing (and will hopefully be expanded on in future builds) and the remote rustic log cabin setting feels very unique for a game set in the future. A freaky fifteen minutes of future-tech horror well worth checking out.
Download Ringers Here (Windows)