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Gherman Driven, a middle-aged man, fanatical conspiracy 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 the military 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...

A story-driven horror where the goal is to find out what lies behind the experiment.
All that you have is a flashlight, a lighter, and your intelligence to solve various environmental puzzles, escape from unpleasant situations and hide 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 the game menu and activate "VRMode" 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 :)
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System requirements for PC

  • 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
  • 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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Amigdala reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
I pulled the Game completely without a VR headset, except for an Error Message from Steam, you have no Disadvantages. With Mouse and Keyboard, it's definitely playable. Speaking Of The keyboard ... You can't change the Key Assignment, just have it displayed and unfortunately it's not as set in other Games. Pro:-good Graphics, if you have batteries in the Flashlight ^^-it works even without VR Headset Contra:-Includes invisible Walls! -A 20-30cm wide Tube Lying on the Ground prevents the Character from progressing. -Fixed Control. -I fell through the floor at 3x in the same Place and had to Reload. -If you use the Lighter, it just floats next to one ...-Subtitle/The Menu/Texts are not a HUD element, meaning other Objects can obscure these Elements. Nice if you want to read Subtitles but the Interlocutor is in front of the Subtitles, so you can't read everything. -Often illogical/incomprehensible puzzles that you have to solve in order to progress. -You can sometimes no longer discard Read messages, the Message then blocks the View, and you can also no longer walk. -The Storage Menu can be buzzed so that you can no longer finish it ("click away"). Continuing to Play is only possible if you reload the Game. -Objects in the Game world Are highlighted That you can't do anything with or nothing yet. -If you have to light the Oil, you can only use a Spark of a Lamp, not the Lighter, which you carry around permanently. -If you are in the Place where everything collapses/collapses, the only Solution is to run as soon as possible. Unfortunately, this is difficult to see due to the Time so narrowly Available and requires some New Events ... Contra clearly prevails, so no Game recommendation from me.
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Before I get started, I would like to thank you again for the Key Viral! Amigdala is an Indie horror Game. From a Gameplay point of view, it tends more towards The Adventure genre with a Focus on Exploration. Storywise, I don't really want to reveal too much but it's about an Experiment in Greenland and Conspiracy Theories. One moves mainly through dark Corridors and always has to handle the Batteries for the Flashlight. In case of Need, one Can also use a lighter, but then a burst Gas Line means the Screen death. What bothered me about the Immersion is the Lack of hand Animation when using the Lighter. If you Come across Enemies, there is nothing left but to flee or hide. The Puzzles are usually about Flipping Switches. Amigdala may seem a bit bulky for some, as the Game doesn't take you on your Hands at any time and you have to look for where to go right now. The Atmosphere is definitely beautifully gloomy, I also liked the very discreet music background. Free Saving is not possible but there are special Rooms where you can save the Game. In these Rooms you will also find isolated story snippets again and again. The Memory Points are actually fairly distributed. In the penultimate Chapter there are two short sections in which you have to escape, the Ceiling collapses and provided me with some Game Over Screens. In my Opinion, the Timing here is somewhat tight, but with enough Patience it must also be achieved. In my almost 7 Hours of Play I had a Bug that didn't allow me to pick up an Item, but the Loading of the last Score could solve the Problem and I only lost a few Minutes of Playing time. Despite the Criticisms, I can actually recommend anyone with a Soft Spot for Horror Amigdala. In any case, I thought it was good enough to finish it and I couldn't stop until I played Through Amigdala.
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