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Minds Eyes

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Minds Eyes brings you to a world of dreams. You wake up from your slumber to constantly discover you are still asleep. You venture throughout your own home as well as some pieces of your imagination to discover who or what is keeping you at sleep. Will you ever wake up? will you ever finish the journey?

Venture through tense full moments of a chilling and nerve wrecking atmosphere that will keep you wondering "When will something happen!". Interact with the game and collect game objects which will overall affect your score in the end. Can you locate all game items?, can you make it without a single death? Check what the mind has in store.

NOTE: This game is to be played with a single sitting. The estimated game time is 30-45min.
This game also includes flashing lights. If flashing lights affect any of your medical conditions, please avoid the game.

**SO! what is Minds Eyes really? think of it as an experiment. I have developed Minds Eyes to experiment with new mechanics, features, animations, interactions, and more. Ultimately, I am using this game to gather information in order to build my ultimate horror experience. Think of it as research and development!. I will be watching a large portion of videos that you all send out to me, and note what was good and bad. With that said, If possible, please give me a full on review of the game. Tell me what you likes, disliked and/or would change. This will ultimately let me know what to, and what not to include in future projects.
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Stanislaw Truchowski
Publisher
TurnVex
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista or higher
  • Processor: i5 + anything post 2012 will suffice
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Anything post 2012 should suffice
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Any computer made in the range of 2010-2013 should suffice the minimum requirements of the game.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Processor: i5 + anything post 2014 is recommended
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Anything post 2014 should suffice
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Any computer made in the range of 2014+ should be able to run the game on maximum graphics depending on computer build.
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Minds Eyes reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
A fun little Game that is obviously very much inspired by P.T. UnityEngine5 makes the Light look really good! The game Starts with an extensive Exploration tour through the Apartment and ends with a Mazero! The Main Horror here comes from the Jumpscares or Waiting for a ... Unfortunately, any ambient sound is missing, which made the Exploration of the apartment sound at some point and makes the Atmosphere of the Game very "thin." The Jump-scares are quite good, but because they were taken from P.T. The Game was made by a single young Coder, probably as the first Project. Conclusion: Simple, effective, for nothing! To Try It out is absolutely recommended! 30min light horroratmosphere & good jumpscares for UMSONST!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Judging This Game is not easy, as it is free. Despite quite well-done Jumpscares and Moments Of horror, if it cost even one euro, I would rather advise against it. Some May find the Game enough, so I would advise you to try it out for yourself with its 45 Minutes or So of play. However, the Game absolutely lacks one thing: Link and Action. We spawn in our Apartment and walk around cluelessly. Naturally, the Electricity is out, and now yes, there is no need to collecten at most a few Items, for the High Score. So You run well and like 5x into the same Corner in the Hope that something happens just starts to get bored-and then a nasty Jump-scare comes around the Corner. Then you actually scare yourself, no Question about it. But the Game Principle would be explained by this. I personally have a lack of Substance and "good Horror," but if you just want to get a little grusuze, you don't do anything wrong for 0 Euros. The Whole thing in live action format can be found here: https://youtu.be/RAqi-u43oJw
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Free game: There is a lot of Work wrong with this Game. First the Positive: There's a Window mode and the Controls are good and I was terrified. The Graphics are not the best and are only made worse by the Softener At the Edges (I feel fuzzy all The time). I do not put negative things out that you cannot save, as you are forewarned and this is only a short Experiment. Many Elements feel out of Place or superfluous (Teddy), the Horror Elements are thrown together, such as the Chairs and the Zombie. I didn't realize that this is supposed to be a Dream. No History. Puzzles insoluble (to me at least). Power Outage was annoying, I haven't seen mall shadowing yet and that with the matches was the same. Why do the light hits (which don't even work) shine. Writings of the Teddy and Letter partly unreadable (guessed the content more). The Thing about the chairs was good, they made me stop and consider whether they were there before, the imagination alone made me gruse. I didn't find the Zombie in itself creepy, yes it scared me, that would have a white cube falling down from above aer too (that's why I see jumpscares also split in secrecy). I understand that this is just an experiment, but when you patch together a Collection of Elements into a Game, you have to expect a negative Review.
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