ZAAM is a dark psychological horror adventure that unravels an unsettling story of a father and his daughter as you solve puzzles in its surreal, interactable environment.
Currently in development by Alon Zubina, creator of It’s Always Monday, ZAAM looks set to be a very dark psychological horror experience. For an indicator of how dark things are going to get you may want to check out Schrodinger’s Cat Simulator, a playable teaser for ZAAM which involves you cutting open a dying whale and possibly killing a cat. If you’re killing whales and cats in the teaser then you can only imagine what horrors to expect in the full game!
There’s very little information about the narrative in ZAAM, but it claims to be a personal story, based on a real life events and it will revolve around a father and his daughter (who may be dying). It aims to appeal to fans of games like SOMA, Gone Home and The static speaks my name and features a mixture of narrative and puzzle elements as you explore its strange, fully interactable environments.
It’s a very intriguing game with some striking imagery and promise of an unsettling, intimate and emotional story. Sign up for the Beta to delve into the dark recesses of ZAAM’s strange shadowy world.