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Plenty of creepy clowns in Vlad Circus: Descend into Madness

by: Elliot -
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Growing up my family would frequently go and visit my grandparents. In their room the walls were lined with clown painting after clown painting, probably 8-10 unique, expensive sad-clown paintings. They never bothered me, my wife hates them. When my parents inherited that lake house they kept the clown paintings up. It’s now the room we stay in when we visit, again, my wife hates it.

So when I see something with clowns I will always take a look; if I find it really creepy I’ll send it to my wife, I sent her the trailer to Vlad Circus: Descend into Madness. It’s a recently released pixel-art survival horror adventure set in the 1920s. It takes place in a world of mystery and madness, every shadow hides a secret or a bloodthirsty threat, and no one is safe from tragedy. “Experience the chilling story of a 1920s freak circus that burned to the ground, and the grotesque quest to found the circus anew. Follow the tormented Oliver Mills as he struggles to survive.” Vlad Circus: Descend into Madness promises a twisting, psychological horror tale with an “unforgettable ending”. I was really drawn into the art style and use of shadows in the trailer.

Vlad Circus: Descend into Madness is now available for PlayStation 4|5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, as well as Windows PC via Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG.