We Know the Devil Review
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Before they can leave the summer scouts, theyve got to spend twelve hours in the loneliest cabin in the woods and wait for the devil to come and live through the night--or not. You know.
A Surreal Summer Camp DystopiaWE KNOW THE DEVIL is a Group Relationship Horror Visual novel created by weirdo games critic and indefensible twitter account haver Aevee Bee (Mammon Machine:ZEAL) and illustrator and comics artist Mia Schwartz, with a chilling 80s horror synth soundtrack by Alec Lambert (Antibody Productions), live photo backgrounds taken with disposable cameras in the terrifying woods where we live, and aesthetic touches and UI by Lulu Blue.
WE KNOW THE DEVIL is a story about everyone who made you cry at summer camp. Its about missing your Sailor Moon VHS tapes. Its about how being irresponsible is contagious. Its about knowing that in a group of three, two of you will be closer than the other.
And its about being weird and queer and wrong and hoping against hope no one will find out when the actual, literal devil comes for you.
Pick Your One True PairingWE KNOW THE DEVIL truly has no one protagonist; but someone will always be left out. Its up to you to decide who that is. Instead of choosing a partner, you follow pairs of characters as they learn about themselves and wait for the devil to appear.
Will Venus and Neptune stop hating themselves long enough to be friends? Will Jupiter finally tell Neptune whats been on her mind? Will Venus and Jupiter make it to morning as the only good kids left alive?
Hopefully it turns out the way you want it to. Dont forget: the price the two pay will be the third.
- Three endings for all possible OTPs, and a horrifying bonus true end!
- Washed out, overexposed background photos taken on disposable camera for that nineties summer feeling
- A chilling 80s horror synth soundtrack by Alec Lambert