Signalis Wins “Best Debut” And “Best Audio Design” At German Game Awards

The community has congratulated the developers for the massive achievement.

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  • Signalis is a highly popular indie game that recently received awards for “Best Debut” and “Best Audio Design” by German Game Awards. 
  • The developers have celebrated the new awards, with one dev stating how its an incredible honor to win the best debut award, as it was the team’s first video game project.
  • The title was also praised by its community for winning the best audio design award because it is renowned for its heart-touching audio elements that enhance gameplay.
  • The game combines the best elements of the established horror franchises to craft a highly enjoyable 2.5-dimensional experience. Signalis is currently available for many platforms.

Signalis is a notable indie entry that recently received awards for “Best Debut” and “Best Audio Design” by German Game Awards. The entry combines classic horror elements and an equally dystopian future, and it blew off with a positive reception upon release last year. The team has celebrated the event alongside happy fans that are also pleased with the awards for the notable entry. The studio’s first title has proven to be really popular.

The first vision by the small team of developers brewed into something enchanting that has affected a wide array of people with its charm. The tale told by the female protagonist in the addicting entry takes you through a bundle of emotions, and the superb choice of audio also adds to the spice of the game. Hence, Signalis has also been awarded the best audio design award by the German Game Awards, with the dev celebrating the occasion.

The small yet robust community of the entry banded together to sing praises, as many users pointed out how Signalis has mesmerized them with its gameplay and audio. The third-person shooter elements blended with a top-down 2.5-dimensional perspective prove to be a gratifying venture, and its storyline is also very attractive to the users that rated the game high. If all else fails, the audio of the entry is enough to grip you.

It’s a job well done! I cannot sing praises for this game enough. It might sound weird considering the genre but this year has been really tough on me both physically and mentally. Signalis and its soundtracks are one of the few things that kept me from falling apart,” said one Twitter user praising the entry.

Signalis takes inspiration from a variety of horror games; it combines the safe rooms concept from the Resident Evil games and are remnants of the Silent Hill franchise sprinkled throughout the alluring experience. One of the eXputer’s writers thinks that Signalis is the best Silent Hill title since Silent Hill 3 happened all those years ago.

The ideal amalgamation of Resident Evil’s survival horror with Silent Hill’s psychological horror has earned it two awards only after a year since its release. To add more flavor, the devs released a physical version of the entry for the new experience for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch earlier this year. The physical edition also included a lenticular memory collectible. The physical version of Signalis is available to be bought for interested users.

Signalis is among the best survival horror video games lately that was birthed out of the relationship between rose-engine and Humble Bundle. The single-player title is currently available on a slew of various platforms, PC, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. 

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Shameer Sarfaraz is a Senior News Writer on eXputer who loves to devoutly keep up with the gaming and entertainment industries. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and several years of experience reporting on games. Besides his passion for breaking news stories, Shahmeer loves spending his leisure time farming away in Stardew Valley. His articles have been cited by VGC, IGN, GameSpot, Game Rant, TheGamer, GamingBolt, The Verge, NME, Metro, Dot Esports, GameByte, Kotaku Australia, PC Gamer, and more.

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