|2 июня 2016 г.
- OS: Windows® 7/Vista/XP
- Processor: CPU Intel® Pentium® 4 2.0 GHz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 512 MB
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 320 MB available space
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Timore Inferno is the 4th indie horror game in the Timore series. Strange visitors have come to a little girl's house, robbing her home and killing everyone inside... Except her. With dolls holding the anger of her loss, everyone who tries to go there and investigate what happened wind up missing.
Timore Inferno is a horror experience through the hell of a little girl's mind. The player meets a helper whom gives advise on how to stay alive, but it is ultimately up to you to decide whether to take it or not.
Special thanks to Dominique Myers - D.EXE for helping through the game making process.
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Reviews about the game
People are getting angry at this game for no reason. it seems that they thought they were going to get some high-quality AAA experience, even though they know this is an indie horror game. Timore Inferno is not without its flaws, but it is one of the most unique and haunting indie horror games I have come across. The jumpscares got old after about halfway through the game, but I think the dev knew that because the rest of the game is just pure creepiness and atmosphere. Combat is ok, and the monster designs are pretty scary as well. Great job on this game! :)
I do think the game is generally okay. But, it is a very short story. For a $5 game they could've added more. But the game istelf si not bad.
That first jumpscare surprised me, but not enough to shit myself, but either way good game
Pretty cool indie horror game this is my first time playing one these Timore games and i have to say i was very impressed with this one really enjoyed it alot of jumpscares also the game runs smooth no problems at all. check out my video on it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_f1qgPj0UJU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z20rjXTcq98&feature=youtu.be If you are after a game that is a complete head f@#k then this may be the game for you! At the price point it is I do recommend. It does gives a few jump scares, but if you are after any sort of story or depth to the game I would probably keep looking as I found myself asking wtf is going on pretty much from start to end. The game does play well and it is what you would expect from any indie horror game. The graphics are pretty average and animations are sort of weird. For $5 though its hard to complain as I didnt encounter any bugs and did get a few scares. I have posted a full walk through above (or so I believe) as it doesnt really tell you if you have finished the game or not.
i bought this because i remembered watching dan and phil play it on their gaming channel several years ago. it's not the worst but i wouldn't say it's worth the money either. there are some decent jump-scares and you have no idea what to expect next, but that's about it as far as excitement goes. took me a whopping 37 minutes to play through and question my life choices