Shortly after the custom submarine Titan disappeared in the Atlantic Ocean on June 19, the sub-survival video game Iron Lung gained popularity on Steam. Its developer described the situation as wrong and admitted that he was afraid to imagine a similar situation in life. informs DTF Portal.
As David Shimansky, the developer of the indie horror game Iron Lung, admits, he fears real people being in a situation similar to the one described in his game. Iron Lung is a short horror game where the player controls a submarine in a bloody ocean on the moon and tries to survive.
Szymanski stated that while creating Iron Lung, he wanted to convey the feeling of paranoia and fear felt in a closed space underwater. He published a screenshot containing the statistics of the game, whose popularity has increased several times in recent days.
“There were a lot of black jokes in the responses to the first tweet, but God, nobody deserves to die like that,” Szymanski concluded.
Submarine “Titan” stopped communication 105 minutes after the dive on June 19, 2023. There are five people on board: British billionaire Hamish Harding, OceanGate Expeditions President Stockton Rush, French sailor Paul-Henri Narjolet and Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his 19-year-old son, Suleiman. According to media reports, the oxygen in the bathtub lost in the Atlantic may have ceased at 14:08 Moscow time, but the search and rescue operation is still ongoing.
Previously reportedsunken bathtub “Titan” was controlled by a game controller for 2.5 thousand rubles.
Jackson Ruhl is a tech and sci-fi expert, who writes for “Social Bites”. He brings his readers the latest news and developments from the world of technology and science fiction.