Allison Road

Allison Road is back in development

First-person horror game resurrected after publisher pulled out.

First-person horror game Allison Road was officially cancelled back in June after developer Lilith and publisher Team17 parted ways, but now the developer has announced that the project is back from the dead and moving forward.

Allison Road cancelled under mysterious circumstances

Allison Road cancelled under mysterious circumstances

Publisher and developer formed "mutual agreement" to part ways.

P.T.-inspired first-person horror game Allison Road has been cancelled.

Developer Lilith made the announcement on Twitter. "Sadly Allison Road had to be cancelled," the developer said. "Thx for all your support and very sad it came 2 this."

This cancellation is surprising as Allison Road had launched a reasonably successful Kickstarter campaign that raised Ł146K (towards a Ł250k goal) before Lilith cancelled it midway through when Worms publisher Team17 stepped in and offered a more appealing publishing deal.

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Allison Road picked up by Team 17, Kickstarter cancelled

Allison Road picked up by Team 17, Kickstarter cancelled

First-person horror game added to Worms studio's repertoire.

P.T. spiritual successor Allison Road has cancelled its Kickstarter campaign, but only because it's been picked up by a publisher: Team 17.

The studio best known as the Worms developer, Team 17 is the publisher of such titles as Yooka-Laylee, The Escapists: The Walking Dead, Deadwood, Penarium, Beyond Eyes, and Sheltered

"Working with Team17 will give us the chance to make our game unhindered creatively, but at the same time will give us the resources, support and experience that only a 25 year old studio can give," Allison Road developer Lilith said in a Kickstarter update.

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Allison Road looks like the fan-made spiritual successor to P.T.

Could it fill the void that Silent Hills won't?

Silent Hills may have been cancelled, but we could be getting the next best thing with Allison Road, a first-person horror game that looks like a spiritual successor to Kojima Productions' P.T., the now defunct free game designed to tease Konami's since shuttered horror title.