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Something strange is going on

When the circadian sleep cycles of all people are interrupted, strange things start to happen in a small town. A group of young adults defiantly work together to solve a mystery while the whole world unravels around them. Unlock the secrets of the Unrest Rhythm, saving those you love, and possibly the entire world.




Grave Danger

Grave Danger's gameplay is about utilizing each character's unique abilities to solve puzzles. The player will switch between these characters and master their movements and attacks, guiding our heroes further into the story.

Three Heroes

Manage your party and keep everyone alive. Nobody likes a dead teammate. Don't leave your heroes unattended in a dangerous spot or they might get beat up!

Single Player & Co-op

Play single player or co-op to solve puzzles! Enlist your friends to control all three characters locally, utilizing them to their maximum potential. If you can't play with a friend or want the completely single player experience, that's fine too; the game will be completely playable in either mode.

Teamwork

Teamwork is essential in Grave Danger. Each character must pull their weight and traverse the world to safety. Dante is capable of climbing vertical walls. Malice can float horizontally across chasms and through narrow and dangerous areas. Elliot has magical elevation and can jump again once mid-air.







The Invasion Has Begun!

Swoop down on those dim witted Earthlings and steal their sweet, sweet cows right from under their fleshy noses! We’ve studied those oblong humans for ages and have mastered their primitive culture.

Pop on a Flawless Disguise

Cloak your ship to have the appearance of a completely normal Earth object and those stupids will be none the wiser. The herd is protected by those kamikaze fools the Bomb-Bulls and there may be a “wolf in cow’s clothing” here and there just waiting to turn you over to the so called “authorities”, but on the whole this should be a pretty open and shut invasion. LET’S GET ‘EM!