Decarnation is a fantastic and surreal narrative-driven psychological horror journey the place a struggling cabaret dancer battles her internal and outer monsters.
Taking place in 90’s Paris, in Decarnation you observe the story of Gloria – a cabaret dancer in her late 20’s who’s coping with relationship, vanity and profession points. One day a mysterious benefactor presents her a gig that appears too good to be true. As it seems, perhaps it’s…
The demo construct of Decarnation takes round an hour to play by means of and follows Gloria’s life as she visits a statue she posed for, has some relationship points together with her girlfriend and contemplates a shift in route for her profession. She has many worries, and these spill out into surreal nightmares that play out in fragmented unconscious landscapes full of grotesque monsters.
It’s a really promising sport with unbelievable pixel paintings, a deep and compelling story and a robust feminine protagonist in a world that doesn’t fairly settle for her. It’s received a really unsettling and surreal vibe akin to the works of David Lynch and it’s a horror story with one thing to say. Highly really useful.