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SIMULACRA 2 Found-Phone Horror Sequel

Kaigan Games is back again with another found-phone horror and this time it is a sequel, SIMULACRA 2 that’s built within the existing universe of SIMULACRA.

This time around, Kaigan Games along with publisher Another Indie, is looking to build on the success of the SIMULACRA series to deliver a grippingly dark horror tale that puts the players at the center of the experience. Complete with inventive and realistic apps help deliver a complete and total immersive experience.

The story itself centers around Maya who is an upcoming influencer that has been found dead. Was this a simple accident? Or was it really a cold-blooded murder? What is even more striking and unnerving is that everything about the case seems so unnatural. To solve the mystery players will need to use their social media savvy, investigative skills, and a keen eye for detail.

With a larger live-action cast and a more complex and immersive narrative containing 8 possible outcomes gives players a deeper look into the SIMULACRA universe. A look where nothing is as what it seems in this ominous universe where the player can watch 4K videos documenting the horror of the crime story. In the end if the player doesn’t figure this out, the consequence could be dire. #SolveMayaDeath

SIMULACRA 2 is available on Steam for PC at the regular price of $7.99 USD. The game is also available on Android and iOS for mobile devices. For more information about SIMULACRA 2 visit the game’s website at

SIMULACRA 2 Final Trailer | Kaigan Games

Kaigan Games (@KaiganHQ Twitter) is a Malaysian based indie game development studio. Founded in 2016, the studio has built a name for itself with their found-phone horror and narrative mobile games which have won multiple awards for their previous titles of SIMULACRA, SIMULACRA Pipedreams, and Sara Is Missing.

Another Indie (@AnotherIndieS Twitter) is a publisher headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. The publisher believes that language and geography shouldn’t be an obstacle to gamers who want to enjoy the best that the world has to offer.