Forgive Me Father is an FPS game heavily influenced by 90's classics like Hexen and Blood, along with the works of HP Lovecraft.
Fight your way across a brilliantly detailed, comic-book-styled world based entirely on the mood and themes of the Lovecraft mythos. Use a whole arsenal of classic weapons and some unusual, otherworldly tokens beyond your comprehension to destroy the growing evil around you. Experience a richly pulpy story from the perspective of two characters, each with their own unique takes on the madness before you.
Inspired heavily by classic 90's FPS, Forgive Me Father looks to be a unique throwback to the genre, filled with plenty of gore and a fast rhythm of combat that anyone would enjoy.
Forgive Me Father is available for the PC.
Timelapse animations, opponents and elements of 2D in a 3D environment; first aid kits and life points, non-reloading weapons, powerups during dynamic combat with numerous opponents.
Custom combat experience
With scripture in one hand, weapons powered by an unknown substance in the other, the player will face the challenge of maintaining humanity. The evolution of equipment and unpredictable opponents as well as the way to defeat them will be up to the player.
Dynamic level of madness
Influencing directly the audio-visual experience and the gameplay itself, which increases depending on its size.
The gameplay is represented by a comic book style
Hand-drawn graphics where design is maintained in a distinctive comic book style, where any screenshot from the game can be a part of the new comic book.
Mood straight from Lovecraft's dark novels
All of it is kept in a horror mood where truth mixes with madness, and a sense of hopelessness confuses the need to find the answer. Occultism and eternal evil.
Many climatic levels and varied bestiary
A diverse world entirely made by hand, full of interesting enemies from possessed inhabitants to monsters from your worst nightmares.
Two heroes to choose from
Each with their own unique development tree. Experience the story from the perspective of a priest or a journalist.