Content Warnings

This game contains disturbing themes.

Project Introduction

Take on the role of Annie, a low level employee of the SCP Foundation, A covert organisation meant to secure and contain anomalous entities and protect the general public.

Why has an organisation with the motto "Secure, Contain, Protect" created a division for replicating dangerous paranormal events and anomalous entities? Why are you tasked with repeatedly testing the same replicas, with a seemingly never changing outcome? You will need to take drastic actions to uncover your true purpose and alter the course of your fate.

Twisted gameplay mechanics: utilise existing and original anomalies to solve puzzles and navigate levels.

Explore every corner of the mysterious facility: from terrifying experiments, to loose subjects, no place in the Replication Division is completely safe.

Our take on the SCP Universe: if you're familiar with the stories of the SCP Foundation, you will find a lot to love. Besides the most popular ones, you will meet and interact with many hidden gems of the existing SCP Foundation Lore.

About Developer

Misfit Village is a young studio based in the small town of Novska, Croatia. Three devs on site, two more remote.
Our founder Mladen has been making games as a hobby since he was a kid and decided to start his own studio in 2021. Our first project is the horror title Go Home Annie, which has seen success already before release as our demo has been played by thousands of let's players on youtube and has racked up millions of views on these videos. Based on that success we found a publisher in the awesome Nordcurrent Labs from Lithuania.
Since then we've expanded our team to five people full time and various part time collaborators. We've got awesome people on board programmers, 3d artists, writer, composer, voice over director.
We're connected to the European indie games scene by being in an awesome incubator here in Novska and by being in the Croatian Game Developers Alliance, which works directly with other organizations in Europe to promote games to the public and make developing games in Croatia less of a nightmare than it is currently.