April 5, 2013 11:04 AM | Anthony Swinnich
Digital Happiness is a misleadingly named developer. The team is currently working on DreadOut -- a game it is hoping is so scary you'll have to scoop the dread out of your pants by the time you've finished playing.
This third-person horror title has taken some cues from the Fatal Frame series, namely the use of a camera to combat ghosts and the switching to first-person perspective to do so. The aim is to take you back to your childhood fears, as you explore an Indonesian city haunted with the restless spirits of the dead.
The demo is Windows-only for now (Linux and Mac are coming) and can be found on the DreadOut Indiegogo page. Why not give it a spin, and see if you don't find a present in your shorts afterward?