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Asemblance: Oversight

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We were chosen for a reason. One incredible breakthrough and the greatest minds of each generation were called upon to do the impossible — recreate a precise simulation of the human mind. But beneath all that competing genius hides a terrible truth. Ask the wrong questions or pry too deep, and you’ll be dealt with… accordingly.  Nothing is impenetrable. You just need proper oversight.  How far will you go for the truth?  A mind-bending science fiction thriller GAMEPLAY OVERVIEW "Asemblance: Oversight" is a first-person exploration and puzzle-based game.  You are part of a team of scientists and engineers charged with using a classified technology to aid in recreating the human mind. Your success relies on unraveling the truth surrounding the origins of this strange technology, and outsmarting the ones who will do anything to keep it secret.
Release date
May 15, 2018
Developer
Nilo Studios
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Nilo Studios LLC
Publisher
Nilo Studios
Age rating
13+ Teen
Website
http://www.asemblance.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • Processor: Core i5 processor or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD4400 / AMD Radeon 5750 1Gb VRAM / NVidia Geforce 640 1Gb VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
Recommended:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • Processor: Core i5 processor or equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA 760 series 2Gb VRAM or better / AMD Radeon R9 270X 2Gb VRAM or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
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Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
It would Seem impossible to recreate the exact simulation of the human brain. The Great minds of every generation are struggling with this task. But Maybe the last such attempt hides the terrible truth? Maybe by asking the wrong questions, you may find something incredible.. Or terrible? What are You ready for The truth? In the game Asemblance: Oversight We are given the opportunity to play for a scientist trying to understand what underlies the mysterious technology that simulates the work of the human brain. Riddles and adventures await us on the way to the terrible truth, which is so carefully guarded at all costs. Get Ready for what if you do not know the language-the game will be meaningless and prolonged for you. The Whole story is mainly related to Dalogami, memories and notes that you have to listen to (but with subtitles). However, the idea of the game is not bad, addictive it for an hour minimum. In the end you find yourself in the main menu and everything repeats again and again. I still do not know whether the game has an end). In General, it is possible to recommend it (there is no neutral options for the Stima), but in my opinion it is not a waste of this money. Video Controller: https://youtu.be/D1E4BpFOI5U
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Microsoft from Russian
Product received for free is Another game not for everyone. Perhaps It is worth to start with the fact that Asemblance: Oversight is directly related to the previous creation of Nilo Studios-Asemblance. The First part did not come to everyone because of the specifics of the plot and the need to think outside the "box". For those who like to break their brains with graceful turkey, both parts of Asemblance are a great stimulant of brain activity. Despite the gloom of some scenes, there are no screams in the game. The Kripot arises inside the head when you start thinking over the plot, but you will not meet the scrimers in the game, so you can relax the buns. Minimal knowledge of English for passing is necessary, otherwise you risk to pass the game, but in the end, nothing to understand. I don't want to spoiler About plot. To be very concise-you will be given access to the "Fun" project. Explore in your pleasure, look for patterns and relationships, read notes and draw conclusions. In General-The complexity of the puzzles are pleasant, without busting. The puzzles Themselves are not typical, you have to adjust your thinking to the wave of the developer. The Plot is quite interesting. The Locations are small, but the text content is decent. The Gameplay is a bit of a WASD'a, and a lot of reflection. When your pumpkin starts to work in the wrong direction, and the hands have already screwed up the buttons-risk to wake the family cry "no-no-no, bljad, Bring me back!" The Visual component is quite steep. But Personally I have 99% of screenshots-These are notes from the game, so it was easier to walk through unfamiliar words, access codes and calendar. Being in the game is comfortable only until the first "ending", after it begins a full sodomy with various color filters. Wow, I thought my eyes were faceand, to be honest. However, such a distinction is necessary to understand what is happening, so there are no claims. The Game is perfect for passing in one evening. Perhaps, Asemblance: Oversight is the best thing I've been through in recent times. I Recommend;) > moar my reviews on every weird indie in our curator DoG
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