The Deep End Games' intriguing horror game project Perception, which casts you as a blind woman investigating a haunted house using, is coming to the end of its , and it's touch and go as to whether it will get the funds it needs.
With just a couple of days left to go, the game needs a bit of a bump to clear its $150,000 goal – as of this post it's earned $144,385.
Hoping to tempt a few new backers, the team has released a brand new gameplay trailer. It shows heroine Cassie getting up close and personal with the horrific 'Presence' that's taken up residence in the abandoned Connecticut mansion at Echo Bluff.
It all looks very classy. It sounds great, too, with some neat voice acting and really effective sound design. That tap-tap-tap of Cassie's cane, for instance - vital to progress, but loud enough to signal any horrible creatures lurking nearby. I know the monochrome art style and restrained approach won't be for everyone, but Perception looks like an intriguing take on first-person horror.
The game's Kickstarter campaign ends on June 25, at 2PM BST. For more on Perception, check out our in-depthwith creative lead Bill Gardner.