Gothenburg, Sweden – October 6, 2020 – The Steam Game Festival returns on October 7th-13th! Fans can try out demos, chat with developers, watch live streams, and learn about upcoming games during the multi-day celebration on Steam. Thunderful Publishing are super excited to announce that Source of Madness will be part of the festivities!
Source of Madness is a dark action rouge-lite game, developed by Swedish studio Carry Castle. The developers have an avid interest in incorporating new technologies to influence creativity and bring something fresh and exciting to their games. For instance, applying machine-learning to conjure some truly weird and grotesque creatures. Another, is the use of AI-technology to bring life, natural movement and decisions to the monster to constantly challenge the player in this ever-changing world.
In Source of Madness you start as a newly initiated Acolyte who uses magic to battle against a physics-rigged world and it’s hordes of procedurally-generated monsters. The official release of Source of Madness is planned in 2021.
During the Steam Autumn Festival, the players will have a chance to try out a demo, playing through early parts of Act One of Source of Madness! Available for a limited time from Oct 6th to Oct 13th, during the festival. Don’t miss out on this chance to play through the demo!
About Carry Castle
Carry Castle is a three-man indie studio, located in Gothenburg Sweden. They like to think of themselves as game jam pioneers, always ready to test the latest and greatest technology that few dare to touch. To attest this they started out making VR games and experiences and are now focused on being on the forefront of neural networks in games.Thunderful Publishing is a games publishing company, founded in Gothenburg, Sweden in 2017. Part of the Thunderful Group, which also includes development studios Zoink Games and Image & Form, and publisher Rising Star Games, Thunderful Publishing focuses on premium PC and console games for a worldwide audience and is the publisher behind award-winning games such as Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamesh, Lonely Mountains: Downhill and Curious Expedition 2.