<p>Console and PC-quality horror games on mobile are thin on the ground as of current, but after stumbling across From Beneath by Fancy Rabbit Games it looks as though we might be in for a change.</p><p><p>You better not run around these guys! #Frombeneath #gamedev #gamedesign #survivalhorror #unity3d #indiedev pic.twitter.com/Hzju2TF4i4— Fancy Rabbit Games (@FancyRabbitGame) April 29, 2016 With a cast of incredible voice talents (like my main-man, Troy Baker), From Beneath follows the story of seven characters in the suddenly-nightmarish town of Cedar Heights as they try to survive. Using stealth, wit, and your character's abilities avoid the creatures that stalk the night and live to see another day.</p><p>With a style reminiscent of Silent Hill and Amnesia, From Beneath is undoubtedly going to be one mobile horror game to look out for. While you're at it keep a watchful eye on PG, apparently Fancy Rabbit Games have a very exciting announcement to make in the next few weeks regarding their intriguing title.</p><p>If you'd like to know more about the game check out the website here.</p>
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