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Amanda The Adventurer Is Pressing Play On The VHS This April

Amanda The Adventurer Is Pressing Play On The VHS This April

Amanda The Adventurer

The release date for Amanda The Adventurer is set for this April so we can join Amanda on the very dark adventures out there

Those that are always looking for more of the indie horror side of things out there, Amanda The Adventurer is on the way to those PC gamers out there soon. April 25th to be specific with the release date, as that is what DreadXP and MANGLEDmaw Games have dropped on us all out there for this one. If you are on the market for a new found-footage horror title based around this edutainment-style kid’s show. Yeah, it sounds like there is a lot more going on for Amanda The Adventurer that the title does not just offer up to us all. I guess it is good that we have a new video to look at to better show it all off to us better.

You can see a bit more for Amanda The Adventurer in the following trailer here as we will be going through some old VHS tapes to see the horrors that were underneath things in the show. All while it uses the 90s-style CGI and the over-the-top dialog style that these kinds of kid’s shows usually use. Even if some of the scenes do end with Amanda trying to saw into a sheep’s head for some reason. Not the usual things you would see a Dora The Explorer type character to do in the classic days. Have a look at what caught your eye here and then get ready to give this story a fun walk to see how bloody things will truly be out there.

Amanda The Adventurer — Release Date

Dust off those VHS players! Today, renowned indie horror publisher DreadXP announced on April 25, 2023, the launch date for the cartoon edutainment-themed horror game, Amanda The Adventurer, for PC!

Developed by MANGLEDmaw Games, Amanda The Adventurer is a found footage-style horror title that’s a throwback to the television edutainment era. In the game, players embody Riley Park who inherits their Aunt Kate’s house following her death. The adventure starts with the seemingly banal task of digging through the reclusive aunt’s attic, where Riley comes across a box full of VHS tapes. Watching through them, they discover that the tapes contain episodes of a long-lost children’s show starring the plucky Amanda The Adventurer and her cowardly yet loyal sidekick, Woolie the Sheep.

At first glance, the videos seem innocently childish and wholesome, depicting two best buddies as they explore and learn all about their wonderful world. However, the longer the videos are watched, the more a creeping, sickening feeling emerges that something in the tapes is watching back. Every day’s another adventure!

Key Features of Amanda The Adventurer:

  • Fun-Filled Episodes!: Featuring several play-along, laugh-along, and learn-along episodes, there’s always fun to be had with Amanda. Just don’t upset her, OK?
  • A New Take On Analog Horror: Discover animated tapes that tell a progressively more unsettling story, all under the guise of a welcoming children’s cartoon
  • Nostalgia In Full Force: Play through a classic, ‘90’s-style CGI that recalls a simpler era of animation
  • You Talking To Me?: Amanda The Adventurer brings back the familiar format of characters who interact directly with the viewer — a dream come true for any ‘90s kid…or is it a nightmare?

Amanda The Adventurer launches on April 25, 2023, on PC via Steam. Can’t wait ‘til April? Download and play the demo today!

How dark do you think things will go here for Amanda and the rest of the characters in the kid’s show? Will this carry on the interesting things that indie horror games usually do or will this be a smaller niche for only a few to enjoy? Does the nostalgia suck you in for all of this to make it feel a bit more real or is that just an easier way for the team to get things done here? Take those thoughts and comments down to the comments and discuss it all. If we have anything more to share for Amanda The Adventurer, it will be here on the site for you all. Please keep checking back in for all of that and everything else that we may have to share out there.

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