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In Sound Mind Free Download Unfitgirl Nightmare House is certainly a name that brings back memories. I played that way back in 2010 and, 11 years later, it still stands out as a memorable first-person shooter that managed to genuinely frighten me. So of course when I saw the folks behind it made In Sound Mind, alongside having music from The Living Tombstone, I had to pick it up In Sound Mind covers the story of Desmond Wales, a psychiatrist trapped in an otherworldly version of the apartment complex housing his office. He is seeking answers in the cases of his previous patients, all of whom took a drastic turn for the worse. Transported to the scenes of their breakdowns, he re-explores what they went through, and along the way pieces together the common thread tying their tales together. What really struck me is the WAY the writing is presented. Horror stories, and especially psychological horror stories, tend to take themselves very seriously. They are cerebral matters of the mind delving deep into the harrowing depths of humanity, so of course everything must be high art couched in metaphor and seventeen different levels of allegory. “Not so,” says In Sound Mind, presenting with a story that’s not afraid to have fun with the idea. If we were to compare it to horror movies, this is less trying to win the Cannes Film Festival and more relishing in being a B-movie popcorn muncher. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

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Your primary antagonist is a mysterious agent that enjoys calling you on random phones just to childishly tease you, and so many times you’re given a jump scare and it is played for laughs. One extremely notable one has you going down a narrow passage to a door. It’s locked, because of course it is. You turn around and there’s a creepy mannequin standing right behind you, and naturally you jump. Creepy mannequins moving behind you worked in Nightmare House 2 and it certainly works here too. But… what’s that in his hand? A key for the door you need. You take it, unlock the door, grab what you need, and on the way out, the mannequin is on a bench giving you a thumbs up. This is but one example of the MANY times you’re given a scare and the game just laughs and says “Gotcha!” Of course, in the end this is still a horror game, and the humor is more slasher film camp than full blown comedy. Just as often the threat is real, to keep you on your toes, and it does dive into the trauma these patients experienced. On that note, I will say I definitely appreciate having the mentally ill portrayed as human individuals undergoing trauma, rather than the dehumanized portrayal we so often see in media. It’s not perfect – the resolution to each patient’s arc feels a little simplistic sometimes – but I can’t exactly praise the game for not taking things too seriously and then criticize it for not taking things seriously now can I?

I’m Howling at the Moon

It did well with the tone it was trying to set. As someone who lived through that period of gaming, the lineage of Half-Life inspiration that the developers began with can truly be felt. In Sound Mind is a first-person shooter, but with an emphasis on exploring the 3D environment and solving puzzles more than actually shooting. Oh, there are enemies, but they’re mostly there to have something unpleasant to greet you with in a trap, rather than as the main piece. Of the whopping seven “weapons” you can use, only one of them I felt was primarily for shooting monsters, and it’s an optional weapon at that. The rest could certainly be used to fight back but were mostly useful for how they interacted with the environment. I’m even including the pistol there, because boy howdy does this game put exploding barrels front and center. The game itself is divided up into the central hub of the apartment complex, and then the individual levels accessed by the patient’s taped sessions. Each level takes place in its own unique environment, but more importantly they also all manage to feel different in how they play. Your overall goal is the same: explore the level, find keys and notes, do puzzles, and work your way up to the final climax with the boss. But the way each level is structured and the manner in which the bosses fight gives each level a unique feel, in spite of using the same tool kit. Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition 

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Speaking of the bosses, they’re one of the biggest draws in my opinion. Now, the showdown at the end of each level is typically not super involved, but what makes the bosses exciting is how they show up WELL before then. You’ll meet every one of them shortly into the level and then they’ll be a constant presence throughout. You can drive them off temporarily, but not for good until the level is over. Each of them acts in particular ways that serve as more storytelling into each patient’s trauma and breakdown and also make each encounter unique. To use two very extreme examples, one encourages an almost stealthy approach of keeping an eye out for it in reflections and avoiding loud noises that would alert it, while another is extremely persistent and requires attacking it until it leaves you alone for a few brief seconds so you can do a puzzle. The others are similarly unique, their actions serving to set the tone and sub-genre of the level. Still a first-person shooter in terms of controls, still a psychological horror in terms of tone, but each an exploration on what can be done with the theme. I love everything about the presentation here. They truly went all out in making each area feel truly distinct from each other, not just in the base appearances but in all the little ways like lighting or how open the spaces are. Each stage is a different take on what’s spooky what traumas can be explored, where might someone have absolutely reached their limit.

What a Terrifying Work of Art

I feel like I’ve been repeating this point a lot, but all the variety didn’t just keep things from going stale, it also represented an excellent breadth of talent for the designers Just as noteworthy is the soundtrack brought to life by The Living Tombstone. Known for their many songs across various fandoms, most of the tracks are understated bits of background instruments and percussion that set the tone without really being noticed, but even then we have the choice of instruments helping define each patient’s realm. Where they truly go all out is with the unlockable vinyl records for each character’s theme, a full fledged vocal track where getting to listen is your just reward for finding it. Special shoutout to “Bottom of the Pit” which has been playing on loop in my head all week. In Sound Mind feels like a call back to yesteryear, in a good way. A style of game design not often seen these days, more of a niche title but one that hits that niche VERY well. It’s easily the best psychological horror game I’ve ever reviewed here, and the amount of polish and sheer heart help it stand out even outside of the niche. Above all else, In Sound Mind is fun. The horror and melancholy of what’s going on in the plot is balanced out by light-hearted camp, the levels are all interwoven exploration puzzles where a new tool invariably makes you realize several new areas you can discover, it’s all so easy to just get lost for hours and hours until next thing you know it’s 3AM. Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition 

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I’ve played a huge number of first person horror games of vastly varying quality and they generally occupy one of two extreme positions: either spooky jump-scare puzzlers or full of high-octane gunplay. In Sound Mind breaks the mould here by offering a well measured balance of both of these styles. There is an enjoyable mix of environmental headscratchers and explosive combat to be found here, all wrapped up in some impressively polished presentation and a memorable soundtrack. In short, In Sound Mind is a really pleasant surprise after the likes of Those Who Remain and The Inner Friend. In Sound Mind starts off in very familiar territory as you find yourself trapped in a dark building with no idea of how you got there. So far so predictable, but things soon take a turn for the more interesting. Once you’ve got your bearings and solved the first few environmental puzzles, the narrative really picks up. Fixing a broken elevator opens up the top floor of the building and reveals you to be a practicing therapist who must look into what has happened to his recent patients and find out how their plight is related to his own. There is a comforting gaming loop to be found here. You explore the main building, find a parallel version of each patient’s home, locate an audio tape of your therapy sessions and then enter their respective level through listening to this tape.

The World is Being Torn Apart

This successfully makes the hub building feel like an evolving space rather than a static one and there is even a light Metroidvania feel to the whole affair. Many rooms and areas tease you from early on as you can see collectables that you won’t be able to get for a long while. Even more pleasingly is that there are often multiple approaches to some environmental dangers which opens up alternative ways of playing. Puzzles are frequent and well devised. Some require you to utilise vents and short cuts to move around the various levels, whilst others take the form of finding keys to unlock doors, but a few really rise above the norm. The first true level makes great use of a mirror shard as you have to use it to reveal hidden secrets or disguised items whilst a later one gives you a radio control switch that opens up some innovative electricity-based puzzles. Narratively, the game develops pretty well, and the links between the various patients and your own situation is slowly revealed. Each patient’s area has its own distinct style and look meaning that they all feel enjoyable to explore and are less bogged down by the repetition that often afflicts games in this genre. So varied are these levels that I genuinely struggle to pick a favourite, with each having a particular atmosphere or mechanic that stands out. One aspect that isn’t as pleasurable, however, is the inclusion of quite a lot of first person platforming sequences. Rise: Race The Future Switch NSP

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These are most common in the narrative introductions to each level, so fortunately have little consequence for failure, but they do suffer from the usual lack of precision. They are greatly improved from the original demo, though, and the final boss battle makes good use of a floaty atmosphere to help ease the need for precision. Still, the overall presentation here is impressive for an indie game, with some lovely lighting effects and good enemy design. There is a lack of variety in the standard enemies, but this is less of a problem given the mixed nature of the game’s style and the excellent bosses. These boss battles take place in a good range of locations that closely mirror the psychological issues of each patient. Sound design is also very strong and I’d definitely recommend playing through decent headphones, especially as one of the key advertising points of the game is the involvement of ‘internet icon’ The Living Tombstone for the soundtrack. I’ll freely admit to not being familiar with their previous work, but the music included here are fantastic. Each character has a theme that can be unlocked by finding the relevant vinyl record in game and these offer a great reward for full exploration. Getting these collectables requires you to make full use of the various items and abilities that you gain throughout your adventure and it is a nice surprise for them to be actually worth the effort.

In Sound Mind is a first-person psychological horror/action/adventure developed by We Create Stuff and published by Modus Games. The game is probably one of the most unusual horror games that I have played. It combines action and puzzle solving quite well and gives you tons of unexpected moments that can be scary or quite funny. Overall, it’s a very unique game and it’s easy to tell that the developers had a lot of fun making it. Players take on the role of Desmond Wales as he awakens in a strange building where he learns of victims that were exposed to an experimental chemical. It turns out that these victims were his former patients and he must find their tapes and listen to them then enter a world shaped by their mind. The world is constantly changing around Desmond and he must gain items to advance forward and find the truth behind this building he is trapped in. In Sound Mind is a great surprise of a game for me. At first it appeared like it was going to be a run-of-the-mill walking simulator, but it is so much more once it gets going. You start out in a building and must collect patient tapes then go to your upstairs office and play them to enter one of the main stages of the game. The stages are shaped based on the patient’s experiences. You’re basically playing through someone else’s head while learning their story. The game combines action, adventure and horror rather well.

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: 64-bit Windows 7
Processor: Core i5-4460 / AMD FX-6300
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 / AMD Radeon R9 280
Storage: 20 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: 64-bit Windows 10
Processor: Core i7-3770 / AMD FX-9590
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 / AMD Radeon RX 480
Storage: 20 GB available space


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  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
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