Indie horror game Among the Sleep, which had you play as a toddler exploring a creepy house, has sold over 100,000 copies, developer Krillbite Studios has announced.
The Norwegian studio revealed the numbers to Eurogamer at GDC. Not bad for a game that originally began as a student project.
Development of Among the Sleep began in 2011, and was partially funded by the Norwegian Film Institute. Another $250,000 was earned through a Kickstarter campaign in 2012.
It's a singular, if not always entirely consistent, experience, more interested in studying psychological trauma and the effect it has on a child's imagination than cheap jump scares or gore. Well worth checking out if you're looking for a new horror game.
And you can even try out a free demo over on the game's Steam page.