Layers of Fear is a first-person psychedelic horror game with a heavy focus on story and exploration. Players take control of a painter whose sole purpose is to finish his Magnum Opus. The player must navigate through both a constantly changing Victorian-era mansion and ghastly visions of the painter’s fragile and crumbling psyche.
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Release Date: Feb 15, 2016

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March 24

March Patch!

The Painter has added a few new brush strokes to his Magnum Opus!

Gameplay

  • Refinements made to multiple gameplay elements for a better user experience
  • Fixed multiple collision issues
  • Fixed placement of several objects throughout game
  • Adjusted difficulty of several sequence
  • Resolved issues where the doors/elevators would not properly interact with the Painter’s hit box
  • Resolved issues with objects flying when they should not be
  • Resolved issues with objects disappearing when they should not have
    Performance
  • General performance adjustments throughout game
  • Improved performance when strafing with a controller
  • Lighting optimizations throughout the game

Audio
  • Fixed multiple sound effects throughout the game
  • Resolved issue where audio effects persist into different rooms
  • General audio improvements

Graphic Settings
  • Support for Ultra Wide Monitors
  • Resolved multiple graphics settings related issues

Various controller improvements

Multiple text fixes throughout the game

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February 19

Kinda Funny vs Layers of Fear

We are big fans of our friends over at Kinda Funny Games, so we though it would be fun/ny to have them play Layers of Fear in a haunted mansion. Hilarity of course ensues. Viewers have a chance to win one of our super rare Layers of Fear painter's boxes! Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwGi5pB0ZpA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8j98ifowqfc

Warning, a wonderful barrage of F bombs are dropped during these two episodes.  You know...exactly what happens when you play Layers of Fear at home ;)

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Reviews

“Layers of Fear goes into the mind of an insane artist and creates a horror game magnum opus.”
5/5 – The Escapist

“One of the best horror games ever made, this will scare you in incredibly clever ways and make you question everything you see.”
5/5 – Games Radar+

“Fear. Pure fear. The most primal of emotions is the overwhelming one while playing Layers of Fear.”
5/5 – Digitally Downloaded

About This Game

You take another drink as the canvas looms in front of you. A light flickers dimly in the corner. You’ve created countless pieces of art, but never anything like…this. Why haven’t you done this before? It seems so obvious in retrospect. Your friends, critics, business partners—soon, they’ll all see. But something’s still missing…

You look up, startled. That melody… Was that a piano? It sounded just like her… But, no—that would be impossible. She’s gone. They’re all gone.
Have to focus. How long has it taken to get to this point? Too long, but it doesn’t matter. There will be no more distractions. It’s almost finished. You can feel it. Your creation. Your Magnum Opus.

Dare you help paint a true Masterpiece of Fear? Layers of Fear is a first-person psychedelic horror game with a heavy focus on story and exploration. Delve deep into the mind of an insane painter and discover the secret of his madness, as you walk through a vast and constantly changing Victorian-era mansion. Uncover the visions, fears and horrors that entwine the painter and finish the masterpiece he has strived so long to create.


Game Features:
• Psychedelic horror – A sense of insanity means each turn of the camera may completely change the look of your surroundings.
• Victorian setting – Explore a game world inspired by masterpiece paintings, architecture and décor from the 19th century.
• Original and classic art – Numerous pieces of original art and music flesh out the story and environment.
• Story-focused exploration – Only through exploring the environment can you uncover the details of the painter’s dark and tragic past.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Quad Q8400
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 1GB / Radeon R7 250X 1GB
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Supported Gamepads: Microsoft Xbox 360 Games for Windows (Wired), Microsoft Xbox One Controller (Wired), Sony PS4 DualShock 4 controller (wired), Steam Controller
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.10 or 10.11
    • Processor: 2.3GHz Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5770 1GB VRAM / Nvidia GeForce 750M / Intel HD 6100
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Supported Gamepads: Xbox 360 for Windows controller (wired) and the Xbox One controller (wired)
    Minimum:
    • OS: Steam OS, Ubuntu 14.04 and 15.10
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 3470
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Supported Gamepads: Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows (Wired), Steam Controller
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Body of Crust
( 4.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 28
I ♥♥♥♥ my pants, and I loved it.
10/10
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ohaikthxbai
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
the art is beautiful, they're all based on real paintings. eeeeeeerie. the goosebumps are real.
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Tomatoshadow
( 5.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
Layers of fear is a horror game where you can't lose.

That fact alone takes away from the "scary" part, obviously. And to get it out of the way; Yes, it is essentially a walking simulator. I rarely ever spent time on "puzzles", they were mostly obvious and only served as a way to advance the plot.

The game does rely on some cheap concepts and popular tropes to inspire fear. To be perfectly honest, however, this did not bother me.

I think your mind set will account for a lot about how you receive this game. I had no expectations and knew nothing about the game, set it up on a big TV with speakers in complete darkness, somewhat late at night and I was pretty spooked. Do not expect some crazy survival elements with stressful danger because this isn't what this game has to offer.

What this game is is an intriguing and very surreal environment. I absolutely loved crazy changing environments in Antichamber; this game takes this to the next level. You do feel like nothing around you is real and subject to change, constantly. It does get predictable to some degree (whatever is behind you rarely ever stays the same), although I was still generally surprised.

This is all particularly impressive, also considering the game was created with Unity. The environment was absolutely beautiful as well, very well designed and crafted. There is some stutter in the game although it's hard to blame them with the constant shifting that's happening with the environment.

The game is not especially gory, doesn't present any real danger and I've seen a lot of people complain about these. However, I still absolutely consider it a horror game. Just don't expect a survival horror game or anything especially stressful.

There were plenty of unsettling segments and parts that made me feel uncomfortable without feeling completely over the top or "cheap". I'm saying this as someone who generally strongly dislikes jump scares, it all didn't feel in bad taste to me.

The story was interesting enough although I do admit I would have liked it to be developped a bit more. The plot was a least somewhat surprising but nothing especially mind blowing. Voice acting was nothing stellar although I would probably blame it on the script, which felt a bit silly at times. Even though I loved playing through the game, I can't really be bothered to get the other endings as it would require me to a complete a few more playthroughs. My first lasted around 5 hours and I am convinced that any subsequent ones would take far less time. Nevertheless, one playthrough was enough for me and worth my money (although I did get it on sales).

This game is essentially what I was hoping Gone Home would be (maybe without the victorian era and surreal environment) and yet I still feel like it's lacking a little something for me to call it amazing.

Still a great one time experience for me, like most walking simulators I have played. I definitely recommend it if you enjoy spooky stuff, surreal stuff, environments shifting / mind games and walking simulators.
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Invulgo
( 6.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
This game is absolutely amazing 10/10.

This game is extremely visually stunning, this whole game is a pice of deep psychological art. This is one of the best games I have played since 2010. There is something so special about it! The game is so incredibly deep and disturbing yet beautiful, maybe its existentialism at it finest?


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Stupid Sexy Flanders | trade.tf
( 2.6 hrs on record )
Pre-Release Review
Posted: June 26
TL;DR: SATISFYING STORY, SUPERB VISUALS, SIMPLIFY EXPLORING.
You want to tell me a story.
I am in the market for a game with a bountiful story to read/wander/whatever.
I have bought your story, and want to read it.
Stop littering it with pretty haystacks, and the immense drab spaces between them.

I got hyped for the development of this game. I very recently started checking out Youtubers ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ themselves playing horror games. I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to actually play a game like this without seeing a series on someone's channel doing it for me. I loved the graphics, the story is alluring and I jumped into it with both feet.

But honestly, reading a book would be a quicker way to a satisfying horror experience. Huge pacing and space problems; everything felt extremely tedious and longwinded. The main character's game-long limp felt symbolic of how much I felt like I was dragging my feet. Oh, it's beautiful, and it gets the descent-into-madness landing perfect, slowly realizing how screwed up who you're playing as is, and his fall from grace into disgusting, monstrous psychopath... UGH IT'S SO GUD.

I'm not crying about a lack of jumpscares, or quality of. I knew I was, and wanted to get into a story-centric exploritory game without the overdone hide-n-seek or survival elements. There's a little of that but tastefully done.

I'm not a big fan of manual everything. Leave it in for the puzzles and primary objects involved with the story. AND THE SHEER VOLUME OF THESE EMPTY BOXES.
In the beginning of the game, the first walkthrough of the house is chock full of clues and hints to who you're playing, who lives in the house, things that happened, etc. In the puzzle areas, there's usually a clue, or two, which are stashed in a few cupboards. At least make them click(or press key)-to-open, so I can scan through them in a flash.
Better yet, don't put 20-40 little drawers and doors to fiddle with that are locked or have nothing in them but ambient objects you see plenty of times.

It distracts from the atmosphere and the story. Anyone who's played one of these exploration horror games knows you can miss a LOT of story, scares, hidden secrets. So, throwing a heap of interactable objects is going to torture every completionist, lore-hungry gamers like myself. I'm staring at every surface already, why a horde of empty boxes, too? If I didn't know better I'd say it was to rack up extra gameplay hours. And I definitely missed half of the collectables simply because of fatigue.
/rant
Make more games, and improve on this model.
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Drea (Faorie)
( 8.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
Product received for free
Absolutely stunning graphics, atmospheric, and fantastic story.
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Gutted Swine
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
DO NOT buy this game. it crases within the first five minutes EVERY time i try to play even with drivers up to date. it crases so bad i have to restart my computer.
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Apterous
( 3.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
short but definetly worth it.
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Sweepie
( 2.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
This is a video game that is quote unquote good.
This is what happens when everyone is actually good at their jobs.
Usually, this does not happen. Usually, everyone is bad at their jobs.
Usually, everyone takes 3 hours for lunch, listens to "Off the Wall" and then arbitrarily closes 2 JIRA tickets.

Hello? Hello? Is this the book that I'm looking for? Over the last week I've more or less domesticated a snake, which I could totally have lent to this guy, providing that this actually happened, and I could time travel.

Speaking of time "Travel" (Channel), there were several times in this game where I wish Zak Bagans would come and do an investigation. Now that would have been some next level stuff. I mean, you're solving puzzles and crap, but then so is Zak Bagans, and he's using a shouting technique, and you're using sleuthery. Then, it's like DuckTales where you have to get to the end before he does and also really close to the end he starts shooting lightning bolts and you have to climb a rope, then at the top of the rope is like a lamp or something, I don't even remember. Then you could have Disney tie-ins. You know what I'm saying?

I mean, that's what video game development is all about really. Tie-ins. Specifically, Disney tie-ins. Trying to get those Disney dollars.

Shout out to sizzle, bigz, and cpow, r-man. You already know how it is. Holding it down 4ever!
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Liaira
( 6.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
awesome game i enjoyed getting a scare out of
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75 of 85 people (88%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 6
Layers of Fear is a first person adventure horror game, developed by Blooper Team, and published by Aspyr Media. The game was released in February 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. This is probably the most notable title to come out of the Polish based development studio.

You take on the role of a 19th century painter, aiming to finish his masterpiece. You follow the harrowing tale of this man who struggles with mental illness which leads you down a troubled path into his mind along the way. The game is split into 6 chapters, each chapter’s aim is to find a key item that helps you complete your masterpiece. Whilst the main story is fairly linear, you do get chances to break off the main path to explore the dark and spooky manor in which the game takes place in. You will be able to find family heirlooms which contains snippets of extra plot for you to delve deeper into this ghostly plot. The exploration portion of Layers of Fear reminded me a lot of Outlast – the way you explore rooms and navigate around the world has many similarities. There isn’t a combat system in Layers of Fear, again like Outlast, but this is because you won’t really run into any combat facing scenarios. You will come up against your foes, but these will be part of scripted events which you cannot escape or bypass from.

As you would expect from any Adventure game, the puzzles are your standard “horror style”, that usually involve the use of candles, dead babies and dolls, blood written on walls to reveal codes for lock doors and many more. I really enjoyed working out the resolution to all of the puzzles throughout, and was pleasantly surprised with myself when I did it all unaided without a walkthrough. Some of the puzzles were sadly marred with technical problems, which resulted in me needing to load from a previous check point, because simple things like objects that you need to move, suddenly stop being able to be moved. These small technical issues grew a little tiresome towards the latter chapters as game’s checkpoint system is not the best to say the least.

The graphics in Layers of Fear look spectacular – the game is built on the Unity 3D engine so the highly details character models and locations were brought to life. The scares use of lighting is used perfectly as it leads you down an even darker path throughout the game. The manor you are exploring is filled with creepy art work on the walls, which are well worth the time just to check out.

The game took me just over four hours to complete, I managed this in on sitting which is something to be noted as I often find adventure games like this to be slow paced and I usually need to break it up into multiple sessions. The game’s pacing right from the start is slow, but you are able to take the game at your own speed. If you want to spend an extra fifteen minutes exploring the house, go right ahead, it’s not going to deter you the path, however if you choose not to, you won’t be missing key plot points by skipping over the extra lore items that can be found.

Layers of Fear does offer alternative endings; these are done by playing the game in certain ways, for instance not picking up the hidden secrets throughout a play through will unlock a special ending; this encourages players to do more than one run and will reward them rightly so at the end.

I would have to say Layers of Fear has been a brilliant adventure game that hit all the sweet spots for any horror story. The game is owned by over 100K players, so it has been accepted by the wider audience, and rightly so. It’s hard to find fault with many aspects of this game, and the price tag is fairly targeted for a game with plenty of replay value.

Tom's Score Card
1) Stay away
2) Not Recommended
3) Only recommended when on sale
4) Recommended
5) Highly recommended
6) This is a must play

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48 of 68 people (71%) found this review helpful
108 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
Start the game
Played the piano
Sh*t my pants
Got into my bedroom
Saw a picture
Sh*t my pants
Left the room
Little "something" started following me
Sh*t my pant

15/10 would buy this game again.. And some new pants too
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 22
This game takes themes and motifs from classic works, such as The Picture of Dorian Gray, to horrifyingly masterful levels. Layers of Fear is a crowning achievement in the rapidly growing genre of horror videogames. This is the type of game that makes you feel as if you should quit and never look back, out of fear, while simultaneously filling you with a sense of unbridled fascination, born out of the need for discovery and understanding, which pushes you to continue forward. At the risk of sounding like a cliché the emotions that one experiences while embarking on the journey that Layers of Fear is both intricate and layered. Though the length of the game is on the shorter side I firmly believe Layers of Fear is worth every penny and a must play if you are a fan of the horror game genre.
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 13
Layers of Fear is a Psychological Thriller.... It will seriously make you jump! Don't play it at night :P

Puzzles arent hard either . . . . Only regret is buying this game an letting it sit in my library -_- So glad I had decided to not give up on this game!!! 10/10
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 30
Sometimes it's refreshing to play a game about something other than wholesale combat. Take Layers of Fear, for instance, a game in which you get to explore the mind of an artist, as he dwells in his solitude and ponders his magnum opus.

...Sure, he's deranged....and he may be a serial killer, haunted by the spirit of his deformed dead wife and child....but ART, man!

Layers of Fear is one of those new wave indie games found frequently on Steam or in Humble Bundle deals (I snagged mine at Green Man Gaming for a nice discount on a Steam key copy). It's not about shooting stuff, or even about a coherent story, necessarily. Instead, it's about an experience.

On the Venn Diagrams of "roller-coaster rides" and "Deep psychological horror experiences" you'll find Layers of Fear smack in the center, offering an experience in which you make your way through the visions of a man either deranged or tormented (or both) in a surreal depiction of what is either a grotesque personal haunting, a madman's mind, or something more profane (such as a personal purgatory made real).

The story is told in bits and pieces as you advance, each piece suggesting the bigger picture at work. Occasionally you will run into vaguely challenging puzzle bits, but nothing remotely weird or unusual; this is not a puzzle game, and what "puzzles" you find are ultimately part of the overall process of moving the experience forward. The longest roadblock I ran in to took about three minutes to figure out, for example...and only because I wasn't looking for something obvious.

One thing which kept coming to my mind while playing....and if you play, you'll see why....was a vague sense that there was more than a little inspiration from Lovecraft's Rats in the Wall sand Pickman's Model. There's no explicit narrative connection, but the thematics, visuals, and occasional...ah....rat will have you suspecting that that Layers of Fear is in the same ballpark as these tales.

Another reason to enjoy Layers of Fear: it has some geuine, strikingly weird visual moments, well worth experiencing. There's even a moment which starts off as hauntingly beautiful (when you are in the little girl's bedroom with the mobile casting pictures on the walls) that eventually transforms....by your own hands....into something truly horrific. Very impressive stuff, and nothing like I've seen in other games of this type.

The total game experience lasted me about 3 hours, but it was well spent time. The base retail price is $19.99 but if you can find a copy for $10 or less you should grab it; if you are really, really in to this genre of horror experiences (I hesitate to really call any of them "games") then snag it at retail, you won't be disappointed. Or wait for the VR edition of the future....this game would make a great VR experience, I suspect.

Originally Posted at http://realmsofchirak.blogspot.com/2016/05/mini-review-layers-of-fear-pc-version.html
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
19.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 5
Finally, a narrative experience that utilises player identification and perspective to narrate a story through the medium of gaming itself! 'Layers of Fear' draws on art history, Lovecraft, Poe and others, synthesising them into a psychological exploration of an artist's fractured mind as he attempts to work through the loss of his family.

In terms of mood and mechanics, it feels somewhat like what I saw of the 'Silent Hills' demo; you explore and interact with the environment to move the story forward: the way you interact with the world will affect how things unfold. It falls somewhere between the uninteractive walking simulator and a full adventure game. However, the game's relative lack of mechanics never bothered me, as the art and sound design, the narrative, the environments, the use of visual effects to suggest feelings/mental state are all absolutely brilliant and compelling in their own right.

This is one of the very few games that have ever delivered on the promise of telling a story effectively through a game engine, while also using game mechanics effeciently and intelligently to enhance its storytelling. I look forward to seeing whatever this studio comes up with next.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 27
Layers of fear is a horror game where you can't lose.

That fact alone takes away from the "scary" part, obviously. And to get it out of the way; Yes, it is essentially a walking simulator. I rarely ever spent time on "puzzles", they were mostly obvious and only served as a way to advance the plot.

The game does rely on some cheap concepts and popular tropes to inspire fear. To be perfectly honest, however, this did not bother me.

I think your mind set will account for a lot about how you receive this game. I had no expectations and knew nothing about the game, set it up on a big TV with speakers in complete darkness, somewhat late at night and I was pretty spooked. Do not expect some crazy survival elements with stressful danger because this isn't what this game has to offer.

What this game is is an intriguing and very surreal environment. I absolutely loved crazy changing environments in Antichamber; this game takes this to the next level. You do feel like nothing around you is real and subject to change, constantly. It does get predictable to some degree (whatever is behind you rarely ever stays the same), although I was still generally surprised.

This is all particularly impressive, also considering the game was created with Unity. The environment was absolutely beautiful as well, very well designed and crafted. There is some stutter in the game although it's hard to blame them with the constant shifting that's happening with the environment.

The game is not especially gory, doesn't present any real danger and I've seen a lot of people complain about these. However, I still absolutely consider it a horror game. Just don't expect a survival horror game or anything especially stressful.

There were plenty of unsettling segments and parts that made me feel uncomfortable without feeling completely over the top or "cheap". I'm saying this as someone who generally strongly dislikes jump scares, it all didn't feel in bad taste to me.

The story was interesting enough although I do admit I would have liked it to be developped a bit more. The plot was a least somewhat surprising but nothing especially mind blowing. Voice acting was nothing stellar although I would probably blame it on the script, which felt a bit silly at times. Even though I loved playing through the game, I can't really be bothered to get the other endings as it would require me to a complete a few more playthroughs. My first lasted around 5 hours and I am convinced that any subsequent ones would take far less time. Nevertheless, one playthrough was enough for me and worth my money (although I did get it on sales).

This game is essentially what I was hoping Gone Home would be (maybe without the victorian era and surreal environment) and yet I still feel like it's lacking a little something for me to call it amazing.

Still a great one time experience for me, like most walking simulators I have played. I definitely recommend it if you enjoy spooky stuff, surreal stuff, environments shifting / mind games and walking simulators.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 7
Layers of Fear is more of an experience than a game. You'll see a lot of weird and sometimes scary things. Rooms and hallways will change behind your back as you move around making you feel as if your slowly losing your mind. It does a lot of things I've never seen before. I think everyone should give it a go. However... it does have it's downsides, it's not that scary, it's very short, the frame rate drops when you turn the graphics to max, it has some glitches, and the ending sequence feels padded.

I would recommend the game, but for much lower than it's current asking price of $20.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
17.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 17
Layers of Fear pulled me in from the very first moment of gameplay and didn't really let go until the final ending. It's visually beautiful, paintings, drawings, colorful ideas and all sorts of hidden things creep in the dark around you as you walk through a neverending house or - better said - a living nightmare. While for you it's going to be just a creepy house with a bunch of scares at first, it's actually a walk through the main character's twisted mind. The story itself is pretty simple but told in such an entertaining way that you're going to collect everything you can to get just a little bit more of it. And as a bonus, you can get one out of three different endings!
The only negative which I got to admit is that as the game heads towards the very ending, it's atmosphere is getting kind of weak although various creepy things are happening (maybe that's the reason- too many things happening). But that didn't ruin the game for me.


9/10. Don't look back.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 22
pretty good horror game. you never know what the game is going to do to mess with you due to it's content nature. i have played it through twice, and apparantly there are tons of secrets and ways to get different endings. play with a friend for added fun. we had a blast.
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