Concluse is an atmospheric horror game which features puzzles, outstanding cutscenes, and something a little twisted..
Recent Reviews:
Mixed - 64% of the 14 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
All Reviews:
Mostly Positive (161) - 75% of the 161 user reviews for this game are positive.
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Jun 29, 2018
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November 19

We're on Patreon! (Plus a New Free Horror Title)

Patreon
We had some awesome fans in the past who asked about ways to donate and/or support us and the creation of Concluse 2, and we'd like to share that we now have a Patreon. The Patreon is a way to support us in the form of a monthly subscription, while getting various rewards based off the amount pledged. Rewards can include access to patron-only posts (like behind the scenes looks at Concluse 2 development), early access to free games, access to exclusive games and game editions, beta access to paid titles, free download keys for paid titles, and even custom shirts and a place in the credits of our future games.

If you have interest in supporting us and the getting any of the above rewards, you can do so starting at just $1/month here: https://www.patreon.com/StudioSnowspotAndTAllenStudios

The Emulator
Now for another bit of news: We have released another free horror experience that we made for a week long game jam; in which we won both best game and scariest game. Though it has received multiple updates since. The Emulator is a short horror game based on the premise of finding a way to survive in a house with a killer released from the deep web. You can get The Emulator on itch.io or GooglePlay via the links below:
https://t-allen-studios.itch.io/the-emulator
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.StudioSnowspot_TAllenStudios.TheEmulator
https://youtu.be/-RcFr97tFPM
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October 3

Patch Notes 5 - Higher Res Notes, 60+ FPS, Fixed Inverted Option

While hard at work with CONCLUSE 2, we wanted to address some of the last remaining issues players have reported in the past with CONCLUSE. The biggest of those being the hard to read notes. We have redone all of the ones we felt had been the most reported and caused the most difficulty in game. Below you can see a before and after of the 'infamous' sewer puzzle note:



The other two changes in this patch are the addition of a 60 fps option (many of you already know that by default the game is capped to 20), and a fix for the inverted controls option. We of course understand that not everyone wants to play the game with framerates experienced on the 20+ year old PS1, especially steamers who are also running recording software. The inverted controls fix removed the inverted x-axis, so that now only the y-axis is inverted.

The notes portion of this patch was also part of our mobile 1.3.9 update along with some scene specific tweaks.

Thank you for reading, we hope you're as excited as we are going forward with CONCLUSE 2!
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Reviews

“Concluse feels like it is only the beginning of a story, but there’s so much potential there that I’m looking forward to what it might have in store for us next.”
Kotaku

“Concluse is a word which here means, 'my dictionary's all the way over there', so let's pretend it instead translates to 'a damned fine, PS1-style horror adventure'.”
PC Gamer

“CONCLUSE doesn’t just look like an old PS1 survival horror game, it plays like one too (albeit without the combat). It doesn’t use jump scares, instead it instills you with a deep sense of dread, much like the early Silent Hill games..”
Free Game Planet

About This Game

You won't find your now typical jump scares here; there is something deeper at work, something which begins to bridge the gap of what is real and what isn't.

Story

After three long years of searching for his missing wife, Carolyn, Michael Benson is at his wit's end. Just as he is about to throw in the towel and end his search, he receives an anonymous tip on his answering machine. The caller claims to have seen Carolyn in 'Hell', a strangely named town in the boondocks of New England. With little else to go on, Michael sets out for 'Hell', could his wife really be there?

Features

  • Low resolution graphics keep the game true to its lost ps1 origins.
  • 60+ keys and items to aid in your search.
  • Unique puzzles to uncover hidden items and gain access to new areas.
  • High quality cutscenes, which are also brief to keep emphasis on gameplay.
  • Excellent voice acting pulls players into the shoes of the protagonist.
  • Full Xbox 360 controller support.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: WINDOWS 7 / WINDOWS 8 / WINDOWS 10
    • Processor: Any 64 or 32 bit processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL Compatable Video Card
    • Storage: 700 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.10 Yosemite or later
    • Processor: Any 64 or 32 bit processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL Compatable Video Card
    • Storage: 700 MB available space

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