|28 марта 2016 г.
- OS: Windows 7 - 64 bit or above
- Processor: Intel i3 or AMD equivalent
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: 2GB Video RAM
- DirectX: Version 10
- Storage: 2 GB available space
- VR Support: Oculus PC. Keyboard or gamepad required
- OS: Windows 10 - 64 bit
- Processor: Intel i5 or AMD equivalent (VRMode Intel i7 or AMD equivalent (AMD FX 9500+ Series)
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: 4GB Video RAM (VRMode NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD 290 equivalent or greater)
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 2 GB available space
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, a middle-aged man, fanaticalconspiracy theorist
, who has abandoned all joy of his life.
Family, friends, work. Gherman remained without anything because of his obsession with the"Philadelphia experiment"
, which led him to neglect every other aspect of his life.
11 years after the events of the alleged experiment, Gherman found a document that marked the coordinates of themilitary establishment
in which all involved in the project were taken.
After spending all the savings of a lifetime for trip to Greenland, certainly he did not expect to find so much...
where the goal is to find out what lies behind the experiment.
All that you have is aflashlight
, and your intelligence to solve variousenvironmental puzzles
from unpleasant situations andhide
from what you find.
This game was developed to be played perfectly in virtual reality.
Each menu, object, or text, will be implemented in the game to allow who will use the Head Mounted Display to have a realistic effect.
All you have to do to activate this mode, it's open thegame menu
in the"Graphic Settings"
I'll hope you enjoy it.
I'm 20 years old, this is my first game and it's a one-man-project.
I learned to use the engine, techniques and everything related to the development of a video game with this project.
I hope you like, and leave feedback if you want :)
Reviews about the game
While waiting for regular priced HTC Vives arriving in Austria, I bought myself a VR Headset for my mobile phone and accidently stumbled upon Riftcat, which enables you to stream Vive and Oculus VR games from your PC to your mobile phone. As far as I can tell this works really great (I am using an LG G3) and costed me less than 50 Euros! Riftcat contains a demo version of Amigdala and that's how I found this game. Now I bought it on Steam and after solving two problems (first I was floating a few meter above the floor and after fixing this I could see a blue horizontal line from Vive's chaperone system, which I could also get rid of) it works perfectly with Riftcat. By the way, my system is an i7-2600K / GTX-970 and the game runs smoothly with less than 50% GPU load using default Riftcat settings (i.e. 1920x1080 with 60 FPS). I have read a lot of negative reviews about this game, like the slow walking speed, the poor voice acting, and a few bugs. Although this is all true I do not care at all, because this game offers an outstanding atmosphere with good graphics and very good sound effects. Playing it in the night with earphones will give you a good number of really scary moments. Imho Amigdala is not only an excellent demonstration for the "power" of VR, it's also a decent computer game. The level design is good and diversified, the distance between two save points is okay, the (few) controls are easy to learn and work very well. The "puzzles" in the game (like finding a crowbar to open a jammed door or checking a security camera to see the code for a locked door on a wall) are fun and not very hard. The slow walking speed is also no problem for me because usually you want to proceed with caution, and the levels are not that large. Not to forget that you can run if you want, but only for about 10 seconds, then you will have to wait that your stamina meter fills up again. So far there is only one thing that could have been solved better, namely that the display for the remaining battery of your flashlight is projected directly into the middle of your view, which disturbs the immersion a little bit. Imho it should have been placed on a less prominent location. Conclusion: If you can play this game in VR it's definitely worth its price, even if you should only use it as interactive demo. But actually this would be a waste since it's a good game as well, and it's sole developer really deserves some recognition for it!
Great VR game... Very scary!!!! one of the best VR games i have played on steam. We need more games like this .
I originally bought the game not realizing it was Oculus only, but now it's somehow working with my Vive Pro. There is one issue though. You are probably meant to be about 6 feet tall, but the camera placement has you at about 8 feet tall. Though this did not prevent me from completing the game. If you so chose, you can play the game crouched on Vive, putting you at about the right height and most of the time can still sprint, even while crouched. There was one small section, where you're in a low duct filled with water. For that one section, I had to get off my chair and get down on the ground to be low enough to see, but it's not a big section and it's late in the game. As for the game itself it was pretty good. Much longer than many VR horror games. Great atmosphere. Decent puzzles. A little problem with some of the translations, but I enjoyed playing it. Definitely worth the price. Glad I finally got to play it. Rock On!
I enjoyed it. Graphics were nice. Took 3.7 hrs to finish. Always nice to have a vr game with a story. The price is nice too.
wow what can i say iv been playing this for a week now and cant get off it one of the best horror games iv seen in years i cant what to see what come next if you like horror this is a good one for you
Great Vr experience