I'm playing through a game right now and I'm seeing って used at the end of sentences a lot. I know って can be a shorthand version of the と particle, but it doesn't make sense as nobody is being quoted or nothing is is being declared as in "X is called this"
For example a character says
My translation: Uwaa! This is really strange!
After a friend screams for suddenly being really hungry
The use of the って doesn't make sense here to me, so what is really intended or why is this ending used?