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Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth
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Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth

Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth

Action, Adventure, Indie
Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth is a first person horror game. You play the role of Katherine, a young girl lost in the eerie hallways of a building she believes to be her school.
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Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth is a first person horror game. You play the role of Katherine, a young girl lost in the eerie hallways of a building she believes to be her school.
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Release Date6 мая 2016 г.
DevelopersGoManga Interactive
PublishersIV Productions
OSWindows
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsVR SupportedSteam Trading CardsVR SupportPartial Controller Support

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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4460 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 430 (no VR) or GTX 960 (VR) or AMD Radeon HD 5670 (no VR) or R9 290 (VR)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • VR Support: SteamVR or Oculus PC. Keyboard and mouse required
  • Additional Notes: Requires Oculus Rift DK2, Oculus Rift CV1, HTC Vive Pre or HTC Vive to work in VR
Recommended
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4590 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti (no VR) or GTX 980 (VR) or AMD Radeon R7 260 (no VR) or R9 290X (VR)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Requires Oculus Rift DK2, Oculus Rift CV1, HTC Vive Pre or HTC Vive to work in VR

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Description

Anniversary Update

Our horror arcade videogame Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth is now one year old and a renewed, involving Anniversary Update has finally been released. Face the Insanity in this new update that will add new several elements in the Labyrinth. The final glitches have been fixed and the Shadows’ AI have been refined. The Shadows’ presence in the bigger maps has been enhanced, too. You will even find them quarreling, from time to time. Creepy, isn't it?

About the Game
The Story

Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth is a first person horror game. You play the role of Katherine, a young girl lost in the eerie hallways of a building she believes to be her school.

As she begins to realise that this labyrinth that she has found herself in, is slowly warping her mind; She must make her escape in order to regain her freedom.

But freedom comes at tremendous cost.

Leaving the labyrinth is not as easy as it seems as you are not alone, there are entities that wish to keep you from escaping.

During your dreadful experience, you will meet beings called "Shadows", manifestations of your worst nightmares; you will have to subdue them as you continue wandering the darkness that envelopes you and, perhaps, you will achieve your freedom.

Why is the Game Named This?

Insanity is undoubtedly the main element: represented by the Shadow, it will encompass the entire story, haunt every frame, perhaps even disturb you own mind.

It is from insanity, from foolishness, that the decay of mind begins.

The only way to oppose this deterioration is to piece together the fragments of Katherine's story; they are hidden in the vast maze in which you find yourself, look for them very carefully.

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Reviews about the game

Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth07.05.2016

Welcome to [b]Insane Decay of Mind[/b], spiritual successor to Bonnie Tyler's two-packs-a-day anthem 'Total Eclipse of the Heart'. The first friendly face in this game that can be bothered to talk to you tells you "LOLLIPOP COMPASS" and then twists her head around at inhuman angles as you back away slowly down the corridor. Honestly, that really sums this impenetrable madness up for me. You walk around, you find objects. Sometimes you can pick them up, sometimes they just mysteriously vanish when you go near them. You're never entirely sure whether you're progressing or just dying as the game seems to randomly regenerate the level each time you're killed by a tentacle or zombie hall monitor or jackass in a rabbit mask. I'm aware that me being unsure of what in the name of god this game is trying to accomplish is not much of a valid reason to vote it down but I walked into a door, the game froze for about a minute and then reloaded the same area with the Lollipop Compass madwoman standing mere feet in front of me and I'm having a hard time believing that any of that was intentional. Lollipop Compass indeed, my dear. Lollipop Compass indeed. Baffled progress below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqtHyDLxAwY

Shiny Koi
Shiny Koi
I don't recommend
Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth07.05.2016

In its present state, playing the game with the Rift, I found several issues that prevent me from recommending it at the moment. 1. Navigation in the menues sometimes was buggy. Death sequences also trigger a load screen as if the game crashed. 2. In the Rift, the game looks greyish instead of black. 3. Locomotion feels very artificial and I also wished that you could turn by looking around (à la Dreadhalls). 4. The halls looks empty and repetitive (by design, I guess), interaction with the environment is very limited. 5. Ambient music was good, but the sounds were not rich. The developper mentionned updates and I will certainly return to the game to see them.

Rude Narwhal
Rude Narwhal
I don't recommend
Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth06.07.2016

I paid half-price for it and got an hour of druken fun with friends just running around the randomly generated halls being scared, confused, or tickled. It's buggy and the appeal burns out quickly, but there's enough entertainment to justify the price. If you want to see a video of our descent into insanity, check out the link below: https://youtu.be/clcGQrNxB6U?list=PL9EVVZhmTIs6NPNae9Yy3bbw1_m34I_XP

Spicy Whippet
Spicy Whippet
I recommend
Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth03.01.2021

YEAH BİG BRAİN TİME

Philosophical Carp
Philosophical Carp
I recommend
Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth20.08.2016

locomotion in this made me very ill quickly and I can play Vivecraft for hours flying all over the place. Seems like it could be a cool game if it had better controls.

Usual Damselfly
Usual Damselfly
I don't recommend
Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth13.09.2016

This game is just a great exercise in running around in circles and accomplishing nothing. Boring or tedious with very little in the way of excitement.

Insufficient Wasp
Insufficient Wasp
I don't recommend
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