We celebrate our first birthday and we are part of the Steam Mystery Fest! On February 22th our company turned one year old and we celebrated it with a typical Swiss “Raclette”. The team from left to
Set in a fictionalized version of the 1920s where the lines between modern psychiatric treatment and pseudoscience are still muddy at best, Sanatorium is a card-based workplace adventure where you test, diagnose and treat patients.
Your dear Auntie Patty has been admitted to a mental asylum. As an imposter, you try to get her out of the sanatorium.
As a freshly recruited doctor, without a medical license, you try your best at treating patients without being discovered as a fraud. Your ultimate goal being to bring good old Auntie Patty home safe. You will use patient files to assess symptoms and order them into a chart to form a diagnosis and recommend treatment. At the end of the day your work will be reviewed, and you will learn if your decisions helped your patients or possibly made the matter worse.
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Merry Christmas from the Castle Woods Sanatorium
… and thank you for your support!
To Drag or not To Drop
How Sanatorium—A Mental Asylum Simulator is basically a Drag-n-Drop Adventure
We were at Gamescom and it was a blast!
Sanatorium – Steam page is live!
We have pushed the button and our Steam page is live!
Dev Diary 5 “Dressing up for Gamescom”
We are currently preparing everything for the big fair in Colonge.
Dev Diary 4 “Greetings from Sanatorium Castle Woods”
Today I would like to say a few words about the setting and world of Sanatorium.
What treatments and tests are historically accurate? How do we do research?
Sanatorium @ Gamescom 2022
Thanks to the swissgames outreach program of the Swiss Arts Council, we will be at Gamescom 2022 in the business area at the swissgames booth. This year’s expo will be crucial for as because it will b
Dev Diary 3 Going full indie
It has been a long time since the last developer diary and to be honest, there has been a lot of developing and not a lot of journaling going on.We’re excited to announce that from today onwards, we’r