Dom Rusalok

Døm Rusalok is a point-and-click horror-adventure game about childhood of post-soviet kids in 1990’s Russia. The story is set in a provincial town on the outskirts of the crumbling Soviet Empire. It is a story about children who come across a disturbing horror they are unable to comprehend.

There are a number of challenges a group of kids will have to face. A homicidal maniac is on the loose, while the street gangs thrive under the police protection. A cult with a TV psychic medium leader grows in popularity among the people. However, most importantly, at the heart of an abandoned research institute, which the town was originally built around, some ancient power is about to awaken.

The main characters of Døm Rusalok are children. Therefore, the story is told from a child’s perspective and shows how an average kid would experience all of the complex and conflicting events of that era.

Develoer: @butuzoff



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Indie game developer from Russia. Epidemiologist by education.

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