Convinced that the monsters under your bed are real? Surely that can’t be true? Well, in Just Ignore Them, it is – and with a release on Xbox One, PS4, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch, you’ll be finding out exactly how to beat the demons within.
Coming from the Ratalaika Games stable, Just Ignore them has now released on Xbox One, PS4 and PS Vita, with a Nintendo Switch launch happening a few days later – Oct 18th to be precise. Complete with the usual Ratalaika price tag attached, just £4.99 will see you being able to fall into the world of Mark, an adult who has been haunted by a troublesome past – namely the monsters that started appearing as a child when his father disappeared.
Running as a point and click adventure which comes with more than a smattering of 8-bit psychological horror, every decision you make in Just Ignore Them will create an impact on Mark’s life. You’ll need to choose wisely at every turn, as the fate of Mark’s mind relies on your choices.
- * Unique chapter based story
- * Point and Click gameplay with an adventure element to it
- * Top-down pixel artwork
- * Original Soundtrack
With Ratalaika having provided a ton of great little indie games over the past months and years – the strange One Night Stand being one of the most recent – chances are that Just Ignore Them is going to be well worth a little look. Especially at that price point.
If you agree and wish to see how things unfold in Mark’s life then you should get over to the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store, or, from the 18th Oct, the Nintendo eShop and get a download moving. We’ll have a full review of Just Ignore Them on Xbox One coming your way soon too; if you’re on the fence then that may be able to tempt you in.
Growing up we all knew that one kid who was absolutely terrified of the dark and convinced that there were monsters hiding beneath his bed, but what if it were true? Just Ignore Them is a Point and Click game that revolves around boy named Mark, who is locked in a never ending chase to escape the monsters that pursue him. After his father’s disappearance, the monsters started to appear, but one night can feel like a lifetime of pain, suffering and horror to a child… and fast forward to the present, Mark is now an adult, haunted by a troubling past. Written more like a movie, as opposed to a videogame, in this 8-bit psychological horror, Mark’s actions can wreak devastating consequences in the future and affect the ending to his story, so choose wisely, Mark’s fate depends on it.