How often do you get to play werewolves? If you answered “not often enough” you're right. While Skyrim has the ability to turn into a wolf, it's really not very immersive at all. A new game by Fun Creators takes a very different approach to playing a werewolf, making the world and atmosphere a lot more authentic, forcing gamers to be smart about where the go and how they behave when they finally transform.

The new game has landed on Steam's Greenlight service and it's very similar to Frictional Games' Amnesia, while maintaining its own flair. The whole old-school point-and-click item retrieval and puzzle solving adds an extra layer of complexity to the gameplay, and the large world to explore either as a human or under the full moon as a werewolf really extends the possibilities of the game. You can see Guise of the Wolf in action thanks to a brief promo trailer below.



I like where Guise of the Wolf is going and I think Fun Creators has a potentially cool game on their hands.

Whether or not it lives up to its potential is a whole other story, but for now it's receiving a lot of positive feedback on the Greenlight forum and getting plenty of upvotes in the process. If this is the kind of game that suits your taste in adventure and horror then feel free to learn more by visiting the official Guise of the Wolf Greenlight page.
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