The 2D pixel horror game titled Ellen, developed by Red Mount Media, will be celebrating its official console release next week. The PC game was originally launched on the Steam Store earlier this year, February 15th, and will soon be playable on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Ellen is a game about a detective, a missing child, and a (possibly) paranormal mystery. A long time ago, there was a horrible mysterious case involving the Smiths’ family from White Hill. Each of the family members had been found brutally murdered, all except for their daughter, Ellen. Now years later, a large number of passersby have said that they have noticed some paranormal occurrences, including witnessing the dark silhouette of a little girl coming from inside the house. Is it her? Is it a ghost? After many claims to seeing her, a young Investigator James is determined to get to the bottom of this mystery.
Players will join the brave detective as he ventures deep into this house, as well as its secrets. “Dive into an emotional and thrilling experience while solving puzzles and persisting through nerve-racking scenarios. Prepare to be immersed in a horror narrative accompanied by an excellent soundtrack and six chapters to fully explore this haunting residence.
If you have not already, you can view the trailer for Ellen below.
Red Mount Media is currently expecting to celebrate the game’s console launch next week. In addition to its PC version, the game will also be playable on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on September 13th, 2019. According to its Microsoft page, Xbox One players may be able to access the game one day early, September 12th.
For more information regarding Ellen, you can visit the game’s webpage on the Red Mount Media website. You can also check out the title’s page on the Steam Store. For news on Ellen or the studio’s future projects, be on the lookout for updates posted to the team’s Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook pages.