Morgue Assistant is now available on Nintendo Switch.
The smash-hit indie horror hit – which delivers some truly disturbing moments throughout its 10-hour run time over multiple playthroughs – doesn’t boast any Switch-specific features, but it’s the first time Chilling Creeper has been available outside Is. Steam.
“After completing your degree in mortuary science, you have obtained an apprenticeship at River Fields Mortuary. Over the past several months you have logged many hours assisting the mortician with daily tasks as well as the ins of the embalming process. and learning the ins and outs as well as how to properly in and care for the deceased,” teases the description on the Nintendo Shop.
“Late one night, you’re called into work to handle some embalming. Death doesn’t keep the time of day. But there’s something different about these bodies because there’s something different about you. The mortician on the other end The phone rings with The rumors are true, and you can’t go.”
ICYMI, The Mortuary Assistant is one of the latest video games to get the silver screen treatment. Director Jeremiah Kip says the film will be a “companion piece” to the game, and Kip expects “the minimalist setting in and around the mortuary, the fascination with the process of embalming, and the nerve-shredding gameplay”. Terror” will be maintained. ,
Bertie wrote a wonderfully insightful piece about his experiences with The Mortuary Assistant, saying: “What I didn’t expect to feel from it, and what it certainly goes through, is the work I do.” There was a sense of purposeful dignity, returning dignity to the bodies I was working on.
“Death left them disorganized and took control of them, so I had to come forward and settle them again. So I’m closing their mouths and eyes, and draining the fluids, and cleaning them no matter how savage it may be. And even though there’s a demon loose there, there’s a sense of peaceful accomplishment and peace. It really does seem like a nice place to be.