This week on the Crater Corner podcast, Jayden speaks with two members of the indie game studio, VestGames. Their upcoming game, Eville, is a multiplayer, social deduction game that draws inspiration from the classic card game, Werewolf. It features 3D gameplay, roles, and mysterious murders.
Eville is a multiplayer social deduction game inspired by party games like Werewolves. Players find themselves in a village plagued by murders and must convince others they are not the culprit to survive. The game offers real-time gameplay and interaction, allowing players to take on the role of a Villager or Conspirator. They can place wards to observe other players or visit houses to commit murders. The goal is to communicate with other players and prove their innocence.
The Crater Corner is a podcast all about celebrating everything video games. Its hosts, Jayden Hellyar and Tom Wilson, cover a wide range of topics from indie gaming to Ariana Grande concerts in Fortnite. They also frequently interview game developers such as Square Enix Development Director, Alexandre Richer, and Far Cry turned indie developer, Nathan “Jitspoe” Wulf.