January 2010

CP Digital announces, that release of Russian version of Phobos 1953 will be on 4th of march, 2010. The game will be distributed on DVD in the territory of former USSR by two publishers: CP Digital and ND Games (Noviy Disk).

May 2009

At the Conference of Game Developers-2009 (KRI), that was in Moscow on May, 15-17th, Phobos 1953 has won in nomination Best adventure game.

April 2009

Phantomery Interactive will participate at the Conference of Game Developers-2009 with the project Phobos 1953. It will be the first demonstration of the project to journalists and representatives of game industry.

February 2009

Phantomery Interactive, developer of Sublustrum (Outcry), in cooperation with CP Digital and cinema company Art-Pictures announces a new psychological adventure Phobos 1953.

Phobos 1953

Genre: Adventure
Russian publisher: CP Digital
Distribution model: retail sale
Status: in development

Phantomery Interactive, developer of Sublustrum (Outcry), in cooperation with CP Digital and cinema company Art-Pictures, presents an multi-part adventure game that explores the depths of the human mind. The first episode, entitled Phobos 1953, is the prequel to the Russian thriller Phobos, which debuts in theaters in March 2010. The film takes place in the present, at a night club located in a former military base. The characters of the film later find themselves in a room deep underground, where they will face different manifestations of their deepest fears.

Phobos 1953 is based on real projects conducted by the Ministry of State Security of the USSR (the former KGB). During that time they pushed the limits of human endurance, testing for the possibility of telepathy, as well as researching the psychological impact of fear on the human organism. The photo-realistic visual style of Phobos 1953 recreates the USSR of the fifties: the underground shelter's interior is constructed using real Soviet military plans, and the materials found there are based on historically valid documents.

Explore a hidden laboratory where such experiments were conducted in order to learn the truth behind the terrifying events that lead to the closing of the project and the liquidation of its staff. An atmosphere of isolation and suspense pervades throughout, bringing you face to face with your own fears, while the voice of invisible observer broadcasts over the internal communications system. Is this observer a friend, or an enemy? Your exploration of this perfectly-preserved complex may uncover what these experiments unlocked deep within the human psyche but will you survive these revelations intact?"



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Inside the Bunker 2.3 MB
Psychokinesis 1.8 MB