Bloodmoon Church is a first person psychological horror indie game, produced by Azaxor and published on February 17th this year, on the indie gaming platform "itch.io". In the game, you control a kind of explorer or documentary filmmaker who was researching a cemetery with an abandoned church nearby. Urban legends said that the place had paranormal activities in certain periods of time and that, in some times of year an event known as "blood moon" happens, and a "protective" entity watches and guard the place. And now, on the exact day of the "Blood Moon", a rainy night, you decide to investigate the place at your own risk.
Right away, we see that the game presents itself with a more "found footage" look, that is, it simulates a VHS videotape record, where you can see the granules, the image quality as well as the 90s and even the camera icons, with a running count and everything. Apparently it is a style adopted by the developer in his works, such as the recent Crawlerphobia.
As for the gameplay, there is not much to say, it is typical of many other horror games: you walk, run, jump, lower using the keyboard, and look around and interact with the mouse. Nothing less than that. The game is very short and can be completed in 5 to 20 minutes, depending on how you play.
Check out the gameplay of Bloodmoon Church by clicking on this link here and, if interested, download the game on your "itch.io" page, at the link below: