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A Room Beyond casts players as a man lost, awakening in a cave that leads out into a gloomy wood shrouded in fog. You'll soon find that you're not the only one there, though, finding others who have started up a tiny village. However, you haven't found yourself a quaint new place to live, as there is something dangerous that lurks in the fog, and it soon becomes up to you to find out what it is in this 2.5D adventure.

A Room Beyond shares a similar pixelated, angled look as games like Alone in the Dark, which loans it this distorted, jarring feeling that makes everything look a little bit off, adding to the game's eeriness. Which is nice for a game about clicking around to find items and talk to people in order to learn about killer entities that live in fog.

You can steadily figure out what is going on over the game's five episodes, as well as get to know the populace (although don't get too attached to everyone, what with lethal critters about), figure out your own place in it all, and hear a tale of spirituality along the way.

A Room Beyond is available for $7.99 on Steam. For more information on the game and developer Rene Buhling, you can head to the game's site or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.