August 26, 2013 7:05 AM | Anthony Swinnich
Dreams are a powerful phenomenon. They are far from real, but have the ability to impact us in shockingly effective ways, whether it's waking up in a cold sweat or jumping up in a startled fashion. Between Me and the Night will attempt to explore the unease and out-of-place feeling dreams often have by asking what it would be like if you continued to feel that way after waking.
This game is currently in the prototype stages, and is being developed by a team of three. João Ortega and Tiago Loureiro are from Portugal, while Karlos Garcia is from Spain. The trio is crafting a tale based around a small boy who is trapped in a floating house. Daytime allows you to explore your prison and solve puzzles, opening up previously locked areas while bestowing handy skills upon you simultaneously . You can still explore at night, but the house is dangerous and full of unexpected horrors. During this time you can explore dreams by going to sleep, where you'll don a suit of armor and face your fears head on.
The game is currently being built for Windows and Mac. A crowdfunding campaign is currently being prepped for launch in September, while a Summer 2014 is the current dream for release.