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In short: What is Death In Candlewood?
- Death In Candlewood is a psychological action game taking place over a single night in and around the 1940s American town of Candlewood
- It's primarily a first-person shooter. But it's not all about gung-ho action - there's also third-person driving, free swimming and a huge open world to explore
- In a departure from many action games, Death In Candlewood is strongly story-based and revolves around a gothic romance between the living and the dead
- It's in production at Rosebud Games, a new studio comprising industry talent with credits including Silent Hill, The Witcher and F.E.A.R.
- The game's already over half-way through development and Rosebud need $60,000 on Kickstarter to finish things off
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