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Invisible Mind

Invisible Mind

Adventure, Indie
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Go on a trip around the worlds created by your own mind and learn yourself.
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Go on a trip around the worlds created by your own mind and learn yourself.
buy 4.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date10 августа 2016 г.
DevelopersVGstudio
PublishersVGstudio
OSWindows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows Vista, 7,8,10
  • Processor: Core i3, 2.10 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 610M 1 gb ram
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: The sound device compatible with DirectX® 9
Recommended
  • OS: Windows 7,8,10
  • Processor: Core i7, 3820 3.6 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX или AMD Radeon 6870 HD or better (3gb ram)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: The sound device compatible with DirectX® 9

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Description

Invisible Mind is a surreal philosophical quest, a puzzle, in which players will not just look for "clues", solve puzzles, but also pass the real tests in which they will be able to learn more about themselves. In the story, the consciousness of the protagonist was extracted from frozen brain in a special environment "Vacuumnet" and the leaders of the company "Complex" who run out "the removing", try to retrieve memories about the past life of the patient, who wanders through the worlds generated by their own minds.

Who you are? Introvert or extrovert? Choleric or phlegmatic? By what percentage you're a robot? Or a schizophrenic?

Find out the answers in this game.

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Reviews about the game

Invisible Mind11.08.2016

Visually interesting, but otherwise completely unpolished, at least, in English. The "dialog" boxes are something you'd expect from a flash game. You can overflow the dialog popups by mashing the dialog button. I can't turn motion blur off. The graphical options are minimal at best, and there's even audio that's in Russian. As it's being spoken among a bunch of metal skulls, I'm sure it's saying something creepy, but since I can't understand it, it just makes me sad. And the personality test were interesting at first, but then just became punch-worthy the more they went on. Also, if you're going to try to make a game that's going to be wordy and philosophical, make sure that all of the text fits in the actual text boxes. All that said, the level design is very interesting, at least for the first two sections, which I suppose fits, because that's why I got it in the first place.

Breezy Aphid
Breezy Aphid
I don't recommend
Invisible Mind11.08.2016

This game should never have been on Steam. It is not developed or tested good enough, the technical quality is poor and the gameplay in bad. Just two examples: 1. you can load games, but you can't save them. 2. You can't read all the texts, because the text disappears out of the screen. Charging money for this game is pure fraud. Steam: please remove this game from your library!

Desperate Mockingbird
Desperate Mockingbird
I don't recommend
Invisible Mind01.05.2017

VGStudio cant even master unreal engine. Just unreal engine assets thrown into a map, with stupid mission and puzzles. These devs dont even try

Olympic Moose
Olympic Moose
I don't recommend
Invisible Mind11.07.2017

I gave this game every chance I could, but after searching a pyramid so I could go search a cube, a cone, two cylinders, two pyramids, a toroid, a sphere and a gear (did I miss something?) which I needed to unlock a portal that led to a weird stone bridge I could fall off forever and that lead to a vanishing door, which lead to some weird looking rooms with a jumpscare monster inside avoiding which let me proceed to the next level consisting of me finding a cone that was reqired to find a square which I needed to find a ball... I just couldn't continue. Also, this game was mad so sloppily, I could walk out of bounds, up a misaligned wall. In a super obvious spot. That was not the dev missing a spot, it was the dev not caring about it. Paid half a buck, not worth it. Gonna refund now. I recommend buying this game when it's on a 200% sale, but just buy it, don't bother installing. @dev: calling your player (who paid you money) a sh*thead doesn't help. @translator: please don't accept job offers as a translator, hiring underage people is weird. seriously, that was non native elementary school level english. (I know my english isn't perfect either, but it's 2:38 am and I'm not trying to translate a game.)

Medical Pelican
Medical Pelican
I don't recommend
Invisible Mind01.05.2017

If you are a fan of early computer animation (circa mid to early 90s) or Salvador Dali's work and seeking a surreal, minimalistic walking simulator type of game then I think you will find some enjoyment from this title. While that market appeal is a very niche market, I think if you find the overall aesthetic of the game to be intriguing at all that you'll find some enjoyment from its strange environments and very minimal / abstract story. The gameplay itself lacks much explanation on what the player is supposed to accomplish and is incredibly simple ala most walking simulators, and may even hinge on being bland, but I find the game is relaxing to boot up and wander around, not worry about enemies swarming you or having to have elite reaction skills to some heavy action as with so many other titles. The game is simple, low-budget, abstract, and relaxing. If those qualities don't sound appealing I would not recommend checking it out.

Blonde Fish
Blonde Fish
I recommend
Invisible Mind09.03.2022

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Distant Dingo
Distant Dingo
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